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Amy Lynch

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Generational Gifts, An UNserious Guide

For Millennials on Your List   Read More
Posted by Amy Lynch at Tuesday, November 15, 2016
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Millennials Revive Rust Belt Cities

What are cool cities for Millennials? Denver, Austin, San Francisco and Nashville top the list of“it” cities for Millennials, but they are old news. To find hot cities right now think Rust Belt. Millennials are revitalizing Pittsburg, St. Louis, Detroit, Columbus, Baltimore and Cleveland, cities once given up for dead. To imagine whats’ happening, picture an airline route map in a flight magazine in which all the lines curve up from the coasts and converge in the... Read More
Posted by Amy Lynch at Tuesday, September 27, 2016
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Animation for Gentler Generations

Once upon a time, a boy named Finn and his magical dog Jake saved a candy princess from an evil king in the land of Ooo—and sparked a viral phenomenon. Since 2007, Adventure Time has garnered dozens of awards and 3 million viewers per episode--kids and adults in equal numbers.   I was fascinated when several Millennials told me they watch AT . What gives? Why would 20-somethings glom onto a seemingly naïve cartoon?   First, there’s the way it... Read More
Posted by Amy Lynch at Wednesday, September 30, 2015
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Katniss and Harry: What Makes a Millennial Hero?

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Posted by Amy Lynch at Wednesday, September 23, 2015
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Which Generation Are You REALLY at Work?

Sure, you were born into a generation. But then you went to work and encountered a culture shaped by generations before you. Company culture reflects the people who founded and grew the place. In order to succeed, you may have adopted ways of doing business from an earlier era.  Maybe you're a surreptitious Silent. Or not. In fact, if you’re curious, far-sighted or just plain rebellious, you may behave like a generation younger than you age... Read More
Posted by Amy Lynch at Wednesday, June 24, 2015
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Top 10 Reasons Millennials Will Volunteer for You

Millennials are the next great volunteer generation!  75% of 20-somethings donated to causes last year, and 63% of them volunteered time.  They are going to volunteer for somebody. Will it be you? Check the list! Ms will support you because . . . 1. You give them new experiences. Millennials volunteers are drawn to unique experiences, learning opportunities or adventures.  Help them spend their volunteer hours doing something they’ve never... Read More
Posted by Amy Lynch at Wednesday, April 1, 2015
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Managing Millennials: Amy Lynch talks with Entrepreneur Magazine

Generations expert Amy Lynch  knows why older leaders fail to connect with Millennials. "I get it," she says. "Leading Millennials doesn't come naturally for Boomers. It means breaking out of the top-down mold and becoming collaborative. It means learning to say " Here's what we have to do. Now, talk to me. How shall we get it done?"   Fortunately, most Boomers are getting the hang ot it. And, at the same time, Millennials make... Read More
Posted by Amy Lynch at Wednesday, March 18, 2015
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Trusting Tech (and Strangers)

Trust is interesting currency. The other day I requested a ride from Lyft and was shown a photo of my smiling “new friend.” When she arrived, smile intact, I gave her the prerequisite fist bump and got in. Never saw her before in my life. Total stranger. And total trust. But what was I trusting? Lisa, my driver, was chatty and bright, easy to trust. But before I ever met Lisa, when she was still just pixels on my iPhone, I had decided that, barring a bloody axe on... Read More
Posted by Amy Lynch at Wednesday, February 18, 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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Want that Feedback Open-faced or Sandwiched?

    Last week I met with a video editor who had done some work for me. I started out with “This is great. I love the narrative you’ve created . . .” and so forth. Then I started on the list I’d made of the changes I wanted in the video. His face fell.  “Wait a minute,” he said. “You’re using that Generational Voodoo on me.” Busted. By praising him first and working on relationship before I... Read More
Posted by Amy Lynch at Wednesday, February 4, 2015
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