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Amy Lynch

Generations Expert + Idea Warrior + Entrepreneur

Category: Generational Cycles

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What's in a Name? Gen Edge

Move over Millennials. There's a new kid in town. Recently demographers and gen theorists documented a clear shift---distinct behaviors and attitudes that signaled the start of a new generation. Technology plays a role here. For people 19 and under, digital relationships and multi-tasking on five screens at once are the norm. In fact, many of them were read "Goodnight IPad" rather than "Goodnight Moon" at bedtime. Now the question -- what to... Read More
Posted by Amy Lynch at Wednesday, July 22, 2015
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New Life Stages, Same Old Generations

“I know the younger generation is different now, but when they get older, they’ll act more like us. Right?” That’s a question I often hear from audience members on the plus side of 50. The answer: Yes. Maybe. Definitely no. It’s complicated. When I was in school generational theory wasn’t even a theory yet. It certainly wasn’t a standard part of sociology, psychology, anthropology, history and business courses. But we... Read More
Posted by Amy Lynch at Wednesday, July 15, 2015
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Gen Z Kids Are Like Their Great-Grandparents. Here's Why.

Alas, it’s the Millennials’ turn to feel old. Gen Z (also called Homelanders or GenEdge) is coming of age. The oldest Zs turn 22 this year.  They are the newest employees and interns in your company and the youngest people who buy what you sell. Zs are the kids in your house, teens at the mall, students in our classrooms, your nieces, nephews, and grandkids. Here’s the surprise. Gen Z shares generational DNA with their grandparents and... Read More
Posted by Amy Lynch at Wednesday, July 8, 2015
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Marriage & the Generations: Change is constant, but so is love.

    Generation after generation, we fall in love.   But marriage, is another matter. Just as the generations run in cycles, so does the prevalence of marriage. The great constant is that we keep trying. The only constant is love.  Read More
Posted by Amy Lynch at Wednesday, February 11, 2015
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Moms Are In This Season

Season Finale of Project Runway , Season 8. Host of the show, Tim Gunn tells the contestants some celebrity guests are coming. Anticipation runs high. Who will the mystery celebs be?  The moment arrives. From behind the curtain comes MOM! That’s right. The contestants’ mothers. The place went wild. The Millennial contestants ran to their mothers, hugged, cried big tears and were SO happy. “I felt so lost without her here," said one young man. That... Read More
Posted by Amy Lynch at Wednesday, May 28, 2014
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Generational Differences

People have thought about the gaps between generations for thousands of years.  For example, there’s a folk tale that dates from the Middle Ages in Croatia. It goes like this.  A man is born into bad times and has bad luck. He gets angry and goes to see Destiny to complain. Once at Destiny’s house, the man watches and waits for seven days, as Destiny has asked him to do. Every night at midnight the house shakes violently and wakes both the man and Destiny. A... Read More
Posted by Amy Lynch at Wednesday, May 21, 2014
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