I love the millennial generation and generation Z. I really do! They are full of energy, fun, and bright ideas. We all love it!
What we don’t like is how they come out of the womb thinking they are experts. This is not how life works. I have lived a long time and I am still not an expert on some things and neither are you.
Just because your mom thinks you are great, doesn’t really mean you totally are and that you truly know everything there is to know in the world. See The “You Are Special Disclaimer”
Can the next generation learn to value life experience and actually do some activities to become an expert before assuming the role?
Don’t tell people how to live, vote, and make life choices when you have only read a few books, are barely out of diapers and have not registered yourself for college courses and/or made your own doctor appointments.
I know an older gentleman (age 40) who owns a coffee shop and I honestly don’t know how he kept the doors open until he hired the new generation to tell him how to run the place. God knows they have plastered their opinions of his management style all over social media.
Never mind that while he is away, they can’t make change from the register without putting 2 heads together, the creamery is always empty, and the music is at concert level rather than coffee shop level. Not to mention, they generally act like they are doing me a huge favor by showing up to take my order. The “just rolled out of bed” look is the new “professional attire” look.
I think the poor man deserves a medal of honor for trying to mentor the new generation rather than sending their expert behinds out with the trash.