Generational Perspectives of the Future - Discussion

One of the things we have noticed from previous discussions is how different age-groups seem to have very different perspectives on the future. In this meetup we will have a discussion on what different generations think about the future to see how much they differ and if we share the same concerns. It would be nice to get a few people from lots of different age-groups represented at this meeting so I am appealing to all members young to senior to come and give us your views. Everyone will be given the oppurtunity to share and I will do my best to create a sense of order to what I hope will be a busy event. All i ask is that you RSVP with your age group which I have catagorised here so people do not have to feel embarressed about giving their real age (like me)!
biggrin All are welcome to this event, if you have a interested guest please don't forget to "tag" their age group. # Greatest Generation (1901–1924) # Silent Generation (1925–1942) # Baby Boomer (1943–1960) # Generation X (1961–1981) # Millennial Generation (1982–1992) # Generation Z (1993–2010)

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  • A former member
    A former member

    What a interesting meeting - Thanks for all coming.
    Shame the older generations didnt attend as I think they would of added some spice to the coversation.
    Will be writing some kind of review very soon....

    November 24, 2009

  • Brett H.

    Lots of nice, interesting people!

    November 24, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    need more from the other generations - Please feel free to invitte a interested freind who is not part of the group.
    A good broad section will be more interesting and fun.

    November 15, 2009

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