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Don’t be discouraged: Overcome your doubts
business / Contributor / Personality

Don’t be discouraged: Overcome your doubts

***Written by Greg Witz, researched and edited by Jared Kligerman, published initially at witzeducation.com“ Growing up, Gen-Y’s were told that if they went to university/college and got the degree they would get a job. This in turn would lead to buying a house and starting a family. Unfortunately this has not been the case. Between … Continue reading

Reflections on generations: Are we really different?
Contributor / generations / leadership

Reflections on generations: Are we really different?

“Gen-Y are entitled and expect everything to be done for them. They don’t understand what it means to do a hard day’s work.” “Boomers are too traditional and don’t know how to use technology.” “Nobody talks about us! Don’t forget Gen-X!” These are generalizations of what you can find when you read about the generations … Continue reading

Growing and Engaging Membership for all Generations
Contributor / generations / leadership / Made By Others

Growing and Engaging Membership for all Generations

***Developed from a keynote presentation researched by Jared Kligerman and delivered by Greg Witz ** About a month ago the Association Management team at MM attended an extremely practical and informative CSAE workshop on engaging and growing membership. The workshop was presented by Greg Witz, President of Witz Education. While the workshop focused on growing membership … Continue reading

Interview on It’s All About Me Radio Show (1/3)
Contributor / generations / Personality

Interview on It’s All About Me Radio Show (1/3)

A bit of a unique post this week! I’ve been involved with It’s All About ME, a documentary exploring the entitlement of the millennials that was shown at the COMMFFEST Global Community Film Festival (won the MADA Award), the Ottawa International Film Festival, and the Daring Independent Film Festival (won Best Documentary).  I was interviewed … Continue reading

Guest Post: Logan LaPlante on “Hackschooling” at TEDx
generations / Made By Others / Personality

Guest Post: Logan LaPlante on “Hackschooling” at TEDx

I was home schooled for most of my elementary years and I certainly credit it with much of my success today. My mother taught my siblings and I based on a curriculum of her own design, that integrated approaches from a variety of sources, including Ontario’s curriculum and Waldorf. I generally had half of each … Continue reading