Shortly after Steve Jobs died, I wrote a post suggesting his role as the proxy leader for a generation without many great guides.
Thomas L. Day has a provocative piece up in today’s Washington Post about the failures of the Baby Boom generation. You should read it. (No offense to all you Boomers doing good things…like leading well).
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Thanks for the tip about Thomas Day’s article. It was a very interesting piece. My parents are Boomers and they think their generation walks on water because of the Beatles and the moon landing. Nice to see someone from our generation speaking up.
The Beatles and the moon landing! I love it.