Originally Posted by HonestChieffan
Im actually quite open minded, I work a good bit with young people, have spent a good bit of a career recruiting. So my exposure to young folks is not too limited plus I have raised one. I generally like young folks. I generally like old folks too. But I do see substantial differences in how each approaches problems, how they evaluate a situation and how they arrive at a decision.
If how I phrased what I said is a problem, its yours.
The young generation brings a lot of good that hasn't fully been harnessed. They for sure bring some baggage. I'm over 30 and can tell you that once my peers started paying taxes and raising families, a good chunk have started to shift conservative. So I wouldn't worry about a new breed of socialism. But uncompromisingly, younger people are liberal on moral issues. The right has to adapt or continue to lose more and more new generation voters.
To your last point... I said the talents haven't been fully harnessed because the world hasn't adapted to the next gen yet. What I see is the youth have an increasing disconnect in how the world works, but unlimited ability to better connect the world. Too many companies have failed to untapped the full potential of digital. Once companies move to the next generation, think you'll see the young generation evolve into leaders.