Archive for May, 2013

Breaking Down Generational Silos

May 18th, 2013

image1This post was co-authored by Angela Maiers,  founder of Choose2Matter, and originally appeared on The Huffington Post here.

Beware of random collisions with unusual suspects.

Unless, that is, you want to learn something new. In that case, seek out innovators from across every imaginable silo and listen, really listen, to their stories. New ideas, perspectives, and opportunities await in the gray areas between the unusual suspects.

It seems so obvious and yet we spend most of our time with the usual suspects in our respective silos. One of the most important silos we need to break down is the one between generations. Read more