35 Burst results for "Gen Z"

The BEST Pro-Life Arguments Around With Seth Gruber

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last week

The BEST Pro-Life Arguments Around With Seth Gruber

"There is this kind of raging debate around abortion in our country. It shouldn't be much of a debate. And let's just kind of start at the basics, which is for a listener right now who might be agnostic on it without knowledge or just kind of people can make whatever decision as they see fit. What's wrong with that perspective? Why should a listener the Charlie Kirk show care about life? Yeah. Amen. I gave a talk to a Republican women's group recently in Simi Valley about why conservatives actually have to be pro life if you want to call yourself a conservative. And our founders said we hold these truths to be self evident, right? The translation for that for gen zers is duh. You know, we hold these truths to be done. This is obvious. It's axiomatic that we're endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights. And of course, he put the right to life first. And Reagan talked about this at length in his book abortion and the conscience of a nation. Reagan, former governor of California used to be pro choice. And actually had some blood on his hands because of some bad bills. Yeah, he did. And doctor Mildred Jefferson, the first black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School who started the national right to life committee. Once gave a defense of the pro life position, so persuasively on TV, Reagan watched it, wrote her a letter and said that he had become pro life because of her presentation. And he wrote his book abortion and the conscience of a nation. And he makes his point, I think, to your question about why life is the most fundamental right and why we as conservatives need to get that right right. He says that Abraham Lincoln recognized that we could not survive as a free country, as long as some men could decide that others are not fit to be free. And should therefore be slaves. Likewise, we can not survive as a free land today, as long as some men can decide that others are not fit to live. And should therefore be abandoned to abortion and infanticide. So there is no cause more important than affirming than the transcendent right to life of all human beings. The right without which no other rights have any

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Chris Farrell and Sebastian Discuss the Deep State

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | Last week

Chris Farrell and Sebastian Discuss the Deep State

"Now there's a double whammy here because in the beginning, it would be big enough challenge for legacy national security architectures like the CIA, the FBI, the NSA, to suddenly switch targets and say, okay, it's not the Soviet Union, but we have to deal with cultural marxists who are American in America trying to undermine America. That would be hard enough because that's like trying to get a, you know, an ocean liner to become a catamaran. But then there's the double difficulty when these institutions are captured by those self same neo Marxist next gen leftists, clearly, or at least when people like Mark milley or Christopher at the FBI parrot, the verbiage for people. Correct. And this is going to sound almost too personal, but I mean, so I'm going to say it anyway. There are two stupid to know the difference. They are so intellectually unpack that. That's really important. That's really important. And you have to know enough to be able to ask the question. And so when you choke down wholesale, the garbage put out by the 1619 Project. That white rage in America is founded on racism. And so the starting point is, yes, that's the starting point. Matt, well, what are you talking about? What does the foundation for what you're let me unwind your argument and really prove or disprove? And when you have Howard zinn of all people and his history book is probably the de facto go to history book in three quarters of the country's high school. The people's history, the Marxist lensed people's history of America. So that's your starting point. And you've brainwashed these people into believing, oh, I'll give you another great example. This is very superficial, but it's impactful. Since when are Republicans read that a vest is a bugbear for me. So let's unpack that. If you go back to Reagan's landslide victory and you look at all the news reporting, you show that they show the entire country blue, except for Wisconsin. I think it's Wisconsin. Yeah. Which is red because mondale wins his home state. But the red is always the color of the left. Every country of the globe.

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Even Good Morning America Acknowledges Baby Formula Shortage

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

Even Good Morning America Acknowledges Baby Formula Shortage

"Play the cut 7 This is Good Morning America of all places a noted for left you know radical group over there Having to acknowledge its stores around the country are now running out of baby formula Here check this out This morning a terrifying prospect for parents around the country stores running out of baby formula unable to restock He has a very specific brand new trauma gen that he has to have due to allergy and intolerance issues Shawna Bowman says she can't find any formula for her 11 month old son Jacob We have been having to look pretty heavily for it I would say for the last four or 5 months but this last month it's just become impossible to find This morning a terrifying prospect for parents around the country stores running out of baby formula unable to restock That's all right It seems like sorry about that No it's okay It just says the same thing over and over again Baby formula The folks why is that a problem Well for an obvious reasons I don't have young children anymore My daughters are 18 And ten But if you have a baby and you're not breastfeeding right now formulas you're only option What are you going to do folks You're going to give the kid a gargantuan from Jimmy John's You're going to give him a triple from Wendy's The baby's GI tract doesn't have the capability to handle that kind of stuff You don't have any other options How do you screw up baby formula The answer is you put Joe Biden in The White House

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Former Acting Atty Gen Matt Whitaker on the Durham Investigation

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Former Acting Atty Gen Matt Whitaker on the Durham Investigation

"Now that Durham has sort of revealed how fusion GPS, how Perkins cooey, how the Clinton campaign, how it all worked and exactly kind of how they were pulling this DNS server information, somehow intercepting it from the Trump Tower and essentially they saw spam emails going from Trump org, which essentially is marketing their winery, their golf clubs and whatever. And going to alpha bank and then saying that that was a back door for communications. I mean, the whole thing is farcical. And I think those that the intelligence community knew better. And so this to me is, you know, there are several people that need to be held to account. And explain, knowing that this was created, that this rumor, these facts were created by the Democrat committee, how was this allowed to turn into a criminal investigation of the president of the United States? I got there too late and there's going to be people that hear me say that and say, well, that's just an excuse, Matt. Well, I mean, so you're running the Department of Justice and the Mueller investigation is already going and you're trying to get it landed. You know, this kind of this original sin is so far away and there's people that know it and nobody is telling you the truth. And maybe you're not asking the right questions, but my God, you know, how do you get to the right question to ask the right person when there's just so much muck to dig through?

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Should We Push for the Appeal of the 'Chevron Deference'?

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:29 min | 2 weeks ago

Should We Push for the Appeal of the 'Chevron Deference'?

"Out there who just throw around, I have a constitutional right. Need to be aware that they may not understand what they're talking about. And I think that's an interesting talk about that for a minute because Gorsuch, you mentioned the two. Gorsuch and Kavanaugh in particular. They're the sticklers on this and I'm concerned on some, you know, the mandates and the military and others that they're going to run into this doctrine and which I believe Gorsuch and Kavanaugh are completely state them. Along with Roberts, when I came to Washington D.C. to be in the Department of Justice and the Trump administration, Chevron deference and sort of whether or not we should sort of push for the repeal of Chevron deference is an interesting intellectual exercise. I mean, obviously once you're in the executive branch to sort of enjoy Chevron deference, it allows you to sort of get the benefit of the doubt as you're implementing your policies and your interpretations of Congress's legislation. So on the one hand, it is convenient when you're in the executive branch to take advantage of Chevron deference. On the other hand, it allows for quite frankly bad policy or policy that is not otherwise necessary and appropriate. I think it's grown so big now that it's almost like a convenient way for courts to actually get out of constitutional analysis ultimately.

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Matt Whitaker: 'I Don't Have Anything Personally Against Roberts'

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Matt Whitaker: 'I Don't Have Anything Personally Against Roberts'

"I don't have anything personal against Roberts. In fact, he's been always very gracious and kind to me when we've interacted, which hasn't been often, but from time to time, I would run into him while I was in the administration at various official functions. You know, he's a product of Department of Justice. But, you know, I think back to the opinion on Dobbs. And this is where I think it gets really interesting based on this leaked opinion. Because if, you know, depending on who leaked it is sort of depends on their strategy, if obviously, Robert only needs one of those 5 that did sign on to this majority opinion to peel off into a concurrence with him to really actually write the opinion that is the law. And that's what's interesting to me. You know, I think Robert still has some power in shaping this, but as long as the 5 in the majority opinion stand firm, then roe V wade has been overturned. It's progeny. It's emanations in penumbras and all the kind of things Doug that you know was very frustrating as a law student to read and to say, you know, why is this entirely different than any other, you know, court opinion and analysis. And it's always been because it took a political issue that was reserved to the people into the states. And turn it into a legal question. And the science, you know, the left loves to point to the science. Well, the science has evolved and changed and viability and all those kind of issues are going to continue to change. And that's where, again, elected politicians that are responsible to the people can handle it much better and write these laws and adjust based on their constituents and their feedback from their constituents, then a court can, like you said, every decade or so when this issue is presented

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Matt Whitaker Discusses the SCOTUS Roe v Wade Debate

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Matt Whitaker Discusses the SCOTUS Roe v Wade Debate

"We spent 50 years with a court that has now been just bombarded with an issue that they take up. Maybe in the last 50 years, I took up three to four times. That's it. Yeah, and you're so right. Supreme Court politics have always fascinated me because when a justice is nominated, you immediately go to what have they said on life. What have they written on life? All those types of questions. And it really, to your point, ignores a lot of the other qualifications that you would look for to Supreme Court Justice. I think this is one of Trump's greatest legacies that he was able because in his unique way you know him, I know him. And his unique way, he was able to vet out, you know, people that were really conservatives. And, you know, I've had my complaints about Kavanaugh and Gorsuch, especially. I think Amy Coney Barrett is probably the ideal Supreme Court Justice out of those three that Trump appointed. But, you know, I mean, obviously, I was around in the Bush administration as well. And I was promised that John Roberts was a conservative. And you know, I mean, I still kind of scratch my head on that whole deal because I knew that a guy with his kind of pedigree and experience, you know, sort of inside the beltway, you know, institutionalist. It was going to be very dangerous. And it's proving exactly that. I mean, if you look, if you believe the leaked document, when I know we're going to talk about leakers and liars, but if you believe this leaked draft opinion, you know, Roberts is not in the majority. And that should tell, you know, I mean, I look at life as a litmus test for conservatism, you know? Somebody once told me on the campaign trail when I was a young candidate for state treasure in Iowa that, you know, I know that if they're right on life, they're going to be right on the economic issues as well. Right, right. And I think that is exactly what you see in the case of the three Trump appointees on the

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Hot Takes With Former Acting Atty Gen Matt Whitaker

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Hot Takes With Former Acting Atty Gen Matt Whitaker

"Former acting attorney general is here with us today. A lot to talk about, man. I mean, it seems like the election years rolling in, the world situations rolling in. And then, you know, just recently, I mean, the what may be goes down in the history books is one of the, you know, those law school cases that every law school student is going to have to learn about in their constitutional law class. This Dobbs case out of Mississippi. Preliminary that it looks like what a lot of us thought that it could be a 5 four overturning completely of row. Give me your hot take on that. Well, I'm actually pleased with Alito's leaked opinion. I think it puts everything in its historical context. It explains why roe and Casey and its progeny were incorrectly ruled and I just have to say this Doug. I think the left has put a lot of faith in the court and in roe and the power of the Supreme Court. As you know, those of us that are comfortably on the right and those are from normal places like you said, north Georgia, central Iowa, and all parts in between. Know that the constitutional structure puts the power in the people. Not the courts. And that's

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The Economy's Not Great and Young Voters Blame Biden

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

The Economy's Not Great and Young Voters Blame Biden

"Economy is not great and younger voters blame Biden. That's totally right. Things are expensive right now. Voters ages 18 to 34 are getting poorer every single month. Prices are going up. It's difficult to live in a major metropolitan area. Phoenix and Dallas and Atlanta, inflation is anywhere between 20 to 25%, which actually doesn't hurt older people as much. If you own a home, inflation actually is somewhat good for you. Your debt liability or your debt that you own your home, your mortgage, technically stays the same, but a decreases if there are more dollar bills in the economy because everyone has more dollar bills. And so even though your debt is fixed, the amount of dollar bills is fluid, therefore the dollar bill to debt ratio goes in your favor. But most 18 to 34 year olds don't own property. They can't afford a down payment and certainly not right now, with the skyrocketing price of housing across America, not to mention student loan debt, where young people borrowed money they did not have to study things that did not matter to go find jobs that do not exist, but they do have a piece of paper showing that they studied 13th century queer poetry, which I hear is a all the rage right now at Brown university, 13th century queer poetry, very compelling stuff. And there is this general feeling of generational disgust. They know that something is not right. And they're not exactly sure who to blame. They're not exactly sure who to pinpoint for their suffering, but they know that Biden is a good start and says here, quote, the current inflationary spike is the first time many millennials and gen zers are confronting this kind of economy. Coupled with rising rent debt and ultra hot housing markets in the country's 20 largest metropolitan areas, the current affordability crisis is hitting young people, especially hard. In part due to the last recession, millennials were already a lost generation financially. And Generation Z both graduating into a recession and dealing with the pandemic economy saw higher rates of job instability, causing them to dip into their savings more than older generations.

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How Do the Next-Gen Marxists View Sex? James Lindsay Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | Last month

How Do the Next-Gen Marxists View Sex? James Lindsay Explains

"Talk to us, I talk kind of terrorism for many years for the Defense Department. I got to understand a little bit about how the new left looks at sex when we examine the weather underground, a domestic terrorist organization, which is associated, which is linked to Obama through its founders and leaders like bernadine dornan Belair's. They had a phrase smash monogamy, meaning monogamy, a man and a woman together is a bad thing. There should be infidelity or there should be no even concept of fidelity. We'll explain the broader, dark reality of how the next gen left, the next gen marxists look at sex between a man and a woman. Yeah, for sure. And just as a kind of a pointed aside for the moment, you mentioned the weather underground. So of course this was led by Bill ayers, another friend of Obama, but he also was a strong supporter of this woman. Most people have never heard of who implemented common core since we talked about education by the name of Linda darling Hammond and Linda darling Hammond was a big friend of Obama. She, like I said, implemented common core, very significantly, but she was also heavily praised and supported by the weather underground and Bill ayers and specific. So these connections are very important to recognize. As far as far as I bring that up, she is actually instrumental in creating and implementing what's called social emotional learning, which is how they're bringing the comprehensive sex education to the kids in schools today. And so then you have to ask yourself, well, why are they bringing this comprehensive sex education the way that they are, the sexualizing of children, the grooming of children, both politically and sometimes unfortunately sexually in schools. And the answer is that the marxists have known that this is a absolute powerful, it's like a nuclear bomb against the society to sexualize the children. George

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Ryan Helfenbein: The Role of Standing for Freedom Center at Liberty

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:39 min | Last month

Ryan Helfenbein: The Role of Standing for Freedom Center at Liberty

"So what do you see it as what do you see the role of the freedom center at liberty being? In the main thing, I mean, we are in many ways Eric. It's almost like the canary in the coal mine where you see what's happening in the culture and within institutions within evangelicalism. Oftentimes, people are looking for signs of courage, holding the line. What's a demarcation that you guys are really standing for truth? And we point to the freedom center as an example of that. We really, really are trying to press into the issues. One of the things that we have to recognize is that this generation Gen Z that is one of the hardest generations to reach for the gospel. We have to hold the lines for freedom in this culture when you think of life. When you think of liberty and truth and all these things that made America great, it goes back to spiritual principles. You go to Liberty University, for example, there in the welcome center. First Corinthians ten 31 is right there in the rotunda. God is spirit and where the spirit of the lord is there is freedom. There is liberty. We understand that this is a spiritual principle first. It is a pre political thing. And downstream for that from that is culture, downstream from the gospel as culture downstream from that is also politics. So the freedom center really does exist to sort of hold the line there in many ways. And I think both institutionally and also on the outside as well. In addition to you being one of our fellows, of course, we've got Mike Pompeo. We've got Mike Huckabee. We have Abby Johnson. We have several others as well that are a part of the

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The Success of Turning Point USA Event at CU Boulder

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:39 min | Last month

The Success of Turning Point USA Event at CU Boulder

"All you need to do and all that is necessary for conservatives to win in certain areas is that younger voters and younger young left wing activists have a little bit of a loss of enthusiasm, all of the models change. If their brand becomes polluted with a negative emotion, conservatives win. And young people no longer believe that Democrats help change anything. They look at them as machine politicians or corporate types, and they also see that the policies just put simply are not working. They control everything. They control the FBI and they control the CIA they control Google, they control Facebook, they control the federal government and young people, they look at that. They say, that's kind of like the man. I don't want to support that. That's the very same person that I thought that we're supposed to be fighting. But was so incredible was the response and the enthusiasm. From students at Boulder, that are conservative. Many of whom had said to some of our staff members and some of our turning point, you'll say chapter leaders that they would never feel comfortable being an outspoken conservative on campus. But this event gave them an opportunity to go finally know that they were not alone. There's something generationally significant happening here. And I don't want to try to get your hopes up too much. I'm not saying that every young person is going to become a conservative overnight or this generation is going to be predominantly conservative immediately. What I am saying though is that the trend of students and Gen Z being nothing but reliably left wing, that's being put in serious jeopardy.

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Strategist Della Volpe: Republicans Will Do Better With Younger Voters

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:44 sec | Last month

Strategist Della Volpe: Republicans Will Do Better With Younger Voters

"But a specific strategist by the name of Della volpe is known as a Generation Z whisperer. He's basically able to make sense of what Gen Z wants and their political demands and their political wishes and how they view things. So he briefed Democrats recently and was warning them that young people young voters are not buying what Democrats are selling. In fact, he's warning them that not only will there be a decreased youth turnout, not only will there be less people voting, but Republicans are actually poised to do better with younger voters than they have in any recent election.

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Disney Execs Celebrate Targeting LGBTQ+ Content to Gen Z, Millennials

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:13 min | Last month

Disney Execs Celebrate Targeting LGBTQ+ Content to Gen Z, Millennials

"Disney executives celebrate targeting Gen Z and millennials with LGBTQIA two S plus content saying nobody stopped them. Play cut one 14. Company, when I was at free form, it was very much in the brand ethos of free form to be the tip of the spear when it comes to inclusion in part, I think nobody stopped us because we were, you know, we were targeting Gen Z and millennials. We were targeting a younger I think more open minded and now we know as my son texted me this morning. You know, Gen Z is 30 to 40% queer than the other generations mom. So Disney better get with it. Unbelievable. That's a Disney executive being told by her son that Disney gets to get even gayer. She used the word queer, which if I use that word queer in high school, I'd be suspended for hate speech. It's hard to keep track of the rules. That's a mark that you're living, and that the totalitarian moment you can't keep track of all the rules. If you can't keep track of all the rules you're living in a tyranny. I can't forget that what's rule in my violating what can I call people? What shouldn't I call people? That means the person who holds the sword has all the power.

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Biden Deploys TikTok Stars to Amplify His Lies

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:49 min | Last month

Biden Deploys TikTok Stars to Amplify His Lies

"Communication strategy from The White House has been bubbling up for the last couple of months. We knew that The White House was employing these TikTok influencers. But now some I guess you could call them whistleblowers are coming out and saying, we were just told to pair it direct talking points from The White House. And this Gen Z for change is an organization, coalition of 500 content creators who leverage the power of the Internet to educate mobilize our generation to create change. Originally founded as TikTok for Biden as a network to defeat Donald Trump, ultimately capturing 324 million views. Now that's pretty weak. If you know anything about turning point USA's ambassador program, purely educational, not political, these numbers are low. But what they are doing now is they're offering they're basically becoming a public private partnership within the Biden regime where Biden is stuffing his unpopular ideas to now get into the phone's directly of your grandchildren or your children or maybe you yourself if you're listening. It says right here that they generated 48,000 petition signatures against Florida's don't say gay Bill alongside a coalition of incredible grassroots activists and organizers. You wonder why some young people are so uninformed and misinformed. It's because the regime realizes the fight is beyond just newspapers and what's happening on TV. It's happening right on the phones. And they're good at it. What's an example of this? Well, let's play cut one 22 of one of these quote unquote TikTok influencers. Outwardly in nakedly peddling propaganda, pravda of the state, play cut one 22. I had the opportunity to ask The White House by gas down the street is $7 and here's what they said. The obvious reason, we're getting out of a two year pandemic when use goes up, price goes up. Now, with Putin starting this horrific fight between Ukraine and Russia, nobody wants to work with him and do an international trade. So with people being scared of war and limited resources, prices are bound to go up as well. So this is a young lady by the name of Ellie zyler 1.7 million followers on Instagram and it looks like 10.6 million followers on TikTok with over 356 million likes on TikTok rather considerable. Just parroting very basic kind of Democrat propaganda talking points. I'm not going to attack her. She's just a spokesperson. She doesn't know any better and in some ways you could feel sorry for her, but she's a typical celebrity that just here say this. Okay, here's this video and I'm going to do this thing and but it goes straight that right there is seen by more young people than anything else. Now again,

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Nearly 40 Percent of U.S. Gen Zs Identify as LGBTQ, Poll Shows

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | Last month

Nearly 40 Percent of U.S. Gen Zs Identify as LGBTQ, Poll Shows

"Is there any evidence that young people are, let's say, identifying differently than generations before them? And if so, what is causing that? And should we care? Is it a big deal? 40% of United States gen z'ers. And 30% of young Christians are gay. Lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or queer. One in 6 Gen Z adults are LGBT. And a record number of U.S. adults identifies LGBTQ Gen Z is driving the increase. A Gallup poll found that 7.1% of U.S. adults self identify as LGBTQ. But as many as 40% of the United States young people are gay. 40%. So we've called this accurately the gayest generation in history. Something is driving this, no one really wants to talk about it. Is it the way it naturally is? Is 40% of the population naturally lesbian gay bisexual or transgender or something else happening? Now based on your emails, we get a lot of emails freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Parents are saying it's the cool thing to be gay nowadays. I didn't grow up in that world. So I can't comment on that either way. I can't imagine a world where being lesbian gay bisexual or transgender is cool, but that's what people are saying. That it's the socially acceptable thing. In fact, it's the desirable thing. To be lesbian gay bisexual transgender queer.

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Hamlin finally finds the Next Gen formula, wins at Richmond

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Hamlin finally finds the Next Gen formula, wins at Richmond

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Gen. Kellogg: The World Isn't Talking to Biden Like They Did to Trump

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Gen. Kellogg: The World Isn't Talking to Biden Like They Did to Trump

"So I had general Kellogg on the program on Sunday I do notice mister producer when I have guests boy they are cherry picked by other hosts like within minutes I had general Kellogg on a few months back I wanted to hear fresh voice as somebody recently in an administration The Trump administration advising a president of vice president national security and so forth With a fresh look at this And we had a little chat about it And in part here's what happened Cut 21 go You know Mark here's the one thing that concerns me right now because there's always a diplomatic off ramp to any conflict You'll notice that everybody is talking to president mccrone of France or all I've showed some Germany or they're talking to others around the world They're not talking to the United States Why are they not talking to the United States We're sitting on the back And they're looking on the back bench sitting watching what's happening because they don't have any trust and belief that this president President Biden can pull it off I guarantee you they'd be talking to the president Trump I guarantee president Trump would have been front and center It's also interesting to note that in the last four presidents just not the last two But when you take when you take Biden and when you take Trump and when you take Obama and when you take a bush before him the only country that Putin did not the only president that Putin did not take land when he was in office was Trump When you look at Bush he went into Chechnya when he had Obama and Biden as his vice president They went to Ukraine now with Biden's gone into crime And then we got into Ukraine now under Biden never happened under

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"gen z" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

04:54 min | 3 months ago

"gen z" Discussed on She Podcasts

"There's a director that got really angry and he was like, films that are being delivered on Netflix and streaming, was it Francis Ford Coppola or was another one of those famous dudes? Yeah, he's kind of working. He was like, I can't, like, my films will never be in those streaming platforms because a movie is a movie it's a film, like you have to do the thing and you've got to do it just on the thing. And it's like everybody else was sort of like, it's already changed now, like things are now like this. The movie releases are now no longer going to be the way that they were. And no, it's not just going to be just in the movies. I think part of the conversations when it comes to these folks, you know, it doesn't matter. Like it doesn't matter who quits at whatever thing, it's gonna hit somebody different like if the person that you really love takes the stand, the one that really is relevant to you takes the stand, that's when you're gonna pay attention. Because if it's somebody who you kind of like are like, oh yeah, I know that guy. But not really has an impact on you. You're not gonna do something because they did it, but you are gonna do it if it relevant to you. And what is that? Who is that for you? That's why, you know, the president gets, who was it, Olivia, Rodrigo. She was called to go to The White House to be an advocate for getting a vaccine because she is very influential with Gen Z and her music is like everybody's listening to her songs. You know? And having her go to The White House and talk about getting vaccinated was much.

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"gen z" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"gen z" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

"But let's help. Parents disciple students to learn how to interpret scripture. let's help parents interpret scripture. Let's give them those tools so they can feed themselves and dig deep but also sometimes we dodge issues. We don't talk about things that are hard things and that was another complaint. That millennials had that relieving the church. They said listen. We don't we. Don't dig deep up and we we avoid contemporary issues that that are real to them and so those are both reasons. You know maybe a hard statement but you know you gotta put the shocker out to get people's attention on those are both reasons. Yeah that that I would say that we we've got to watch dumbing it down. No i love that. And i think That we continue to see that in one of the one of the challenges. I think that we feel in youth ministry not. I don't think that. I think the pastor feels this too in a broader sense but we are engaging multiple generations now right as much as like a lot of a lot of churches are still throwing things at millennials but gen z and these guys are in their twenties now at the top end of this. And so we're we have millennials parenting gen z and we have in some cases gen z. Kids like so trying to really aim at both of those brings an interesting challenge. That's right yeah so in terms. Sorry i think that when we see the millennials in the crossover there are some similarities. And i think that the crossover of the idea of dumbing down topics are the idea of. How do i apply truth with love. When it comes to some issues like gender identity and other issues. That are kind of sticky Students trying to learn how to do that. So there is some crossover there but i. Yeah you've got now. Jin's ears raising john's ears. You got millennials raising jen's ears and you know it gets a little muddy and so we've got to be real good students. Both of those demographics. Oh by the way generation. Now i to so start starting to study those guys generation alpha okay. I had not heard that yet. That's interesting like i knew you pay attention. I guess as a of other people's calling it other people become yes. Yes that's supposed to be the one that's fallen up so okay now whether that name's gonna stick you know jin wa. I was there for the millennials. It really didn't stick so yeah. Yeah totally totally like hurricanes..

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"gen z" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"gen z" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Hello welcome to gen z. Seventy sixers i'm christie brazil your host and we'll will be going over the way to stats breakdowns. Recaps and drum for the philadelphia. Seventy sixers get ready for episode one. Where i will distribute player rates for players from the sixers roster. This episode also serves as episode number one hundred and ten on jesse hoops. If you want to become a true expert on the philadelphia seventy sixers and you came to the right place. Today's a great day. Both a cheese. Steak and julie basketball. That's where the transition goes beautiful. And then i'll commanding starts up. Okay did it do just. It's so stupid. But i gotta make sure we do it so we know that this is where he's doing because if if the guy is i would sound so stupid. Welcome to gen z. Seventy sixers a part of the gen z. Hoops podcast network today. Joe marriage gen z hoops. Leonard vision expert and host of gen z. seventy sixers. chris bosio cute way. My sincerest apologies. Were cutting right there. We have to redo some wording things or a notebook.

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"gen z" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

Teachers Care Society

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"gen z" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

"Largest segment of the teaching force. So what does it mean so. Basically i mean. As far as your is in a lot of hiring of new teachers and interviews there's teacher shortages Particularly in subject areas special ed or math science or even bilingual and again so teachers are staying the workforce even longer and there's a retirement a much later asian so if i talk recently about this even my teacher preparation or my credential program there is a mix of older and younger adults had teacher candidates words. That were came from another profession or they one of them was in the military came to do this and so several of them were over the the thirty year age range thirty years old but yeah it was a nice thing. Fresh faces from the young twenty to twenty one year olds. Anals the nice thing. The older older teachers. So when you did your credential program Reserved mix of the new and old. Yes i think less. What percentage would you say yours. Looks like so a tina my credential program and one to thirty plus four twenty seven plus everything. I think everyone else's Twenty s saddam. Yeah okay yeah. No i would. We had a lot of young students in mind. We had a group of thirty six. We were the middle school cohort. Fi self regulated learning cohort. We had some older adults. Some certain late twenties early thirties and a lot of freshly undergrad grass. I think it was a really good mix. We had this amazing group. And i'm really sad that we didn't get to sort of experience whole year together because of covid in the way that we are so stupid but it was. It was quite the right. It's a for me anyway. It was an eleven month. Condensed for who you're doing sort of what would be a four year degree program in the same amount of credits. Condensed into eleven months and it was super expedited. And we're all on this rollercoaster ride together and really brought us close and it was. It was wild. But i think having a mix of older more in this scenario. We're calm dolts. Who was very helpful in balancing youngins. Who were kind of freaking out a little bit. So that sounds like so. My program is nice. 'cause you can be an undergraduate be postgraduate so this is a very competitive. Like how by verse was your. You didn't have to do then gave like a four year. Or whatever undergraduate i could go into this haram as you're sort of your one fresh on highschool the happen. Yes an undergraduate and you still do all your work in you just continue into your operation. Program probably is labeled an undergraduate and so for those who financially when you graduate student. It's the more expensive as opposed to staying as an undergraduate student so there was a benefit for those did continue as an undergraduate financial aid wasn't affected because on paper. You're still undergraduate student. So that's what i did So credential program. So i what would be done in. Four years turned had done in two years and it was two years definitely sense. The question i often year from my teacher friends students the middle and high schools asking. Here's why for so long. Why didn't you ever do something when they retire. Why didn't you want to do in your principal and freeze. Generation of teachers really wanted to focus on their careers basically being better teacher in the classroom and so most of them never really sought the administration route moving on up in the ranks. And so then you have the new generation of teachers. And i think kind of just looking for the most effective way and quickly trying to move on my. How can i get from here to here here. My my bathurst masters and a doctor is going to be principal. Or maybe professor. Trying to the quickest way possible and i know teacher georges. There's competitive especially with the customer being expensive in certain states. You want to move up. He on to higher position that higher paying job insecurity and they're fast tracks options as well. We're teacher candidate doesn't go. Maybe the traditional route. And there's even like these emergency credentials are these alternatives of pathways program. Was done in two years instead of four years. I yeah it was great to great job security credentials because for me. I felt like. I had the best of both worlds. I taught in gen and i can know how to integrate sped students sped. I can really teach push him for the integration in the classroom. Those my reasoning for doing that but not only did i say money as well competitive edge back your university of different like credential all the different pathways to credential on different ways to be the teacher so i actually has. I didn't undergraduate degree at one university. And then i had three different universities. Were close enough to where. I was living To be able to choose which. When i wanted to do from teacher education program and i was fortunate enough fat. I really couldn't get into all of them which was amazing. It was because really up to me. So the one that i ended up doing was at the university of columbia which is in vancouver. The city that i'm now living in and it was the eleven months super expedited super finance program. And i did it for the same reasons that you did to just sort of make has officiant possible. It was yes. It was a grueling. Just as yours your were and to save the money of the longer. You're in of your pain for living and not in money right and so that competitive edge like you said feed as he debt into the job market sastre. However in retrospect the other two the other two universities were sixteen months lungs who still fairly condensed. But just a little bit longer. And in retrospect financially maybe wouldn't have been the best decision but for mental health and just the opportunities that i think i could have gotten i has been in. One of the programs would have been better but as for career paths in the one that was in at the university of bir climber. Ub it was kind of the one that i got into only posts agree programs. You had to have some sort of undergraduate degree. I in ordered following an ample amount of experience was related to education some way that went through a long process In.

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"gen z" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

Teachers Care Society

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"gen z" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

"The kids. What is going to help them succeed in their future from her so negative. Yes sure. There are some at the same time. It just depends on how you look at it right is what is the reality is it negative or is it just negative in our mindset. You're right home person anymore when you sign. Legal documents on automakers could be digital now. They might not ever have to really need to know that they might just need to learn signature and that might look so different than what we kind him know it. S now is unbelievable writing things like the go to the grocery store and you use a credit card their cars. I mean. I really old mattress in your practice. Somethings i've noticed and these are generalizations. Nana apply to everybody but gen z notice college students even some high schoolers the email the professor of the he turned and basically instead of reading the syllabus. We'll just ask question Even though they could have found the answer if five minutes or whatever's on the syllabus or whatever documented the advance and same thing as well going students last. Do i really need to do. We really need to do this. Always trying to add fully. La oh instead of and benji is can rewrite eight pages relating can we do a double faced kindly shortcuts and even with professors or teachers. That are used to teaching with presentations. It's just not enough anymore. Students who are more than wonderful as gauge something. That might seem like ten minutes. Might be too long now again. The digital world. We're living in everything. Everyone wants to the information fast. All ten minutes away too long. Gen z might be described as inpatient and selfish. Kinda being. they have some sort of entitlement and again. It's just a generalization. Does everybody but you know one of the biggest changes a scene. When i was in elementary school was the faculty. Figures wouldn't sources when we heard our narrative writing king time proofreading one of the we proofreading process. So i had to go the dictionary and find were called riot using the correct word as well or if i had words i repeat it too much. Go to the forest and fine words. Yeah now nowadays. Last year the past few years last year kids have chromebook the dictionaries authorities all. This is art. even just. that's all in house and the chromebook or whatever device. They're using dangerous. Butch will were completely rule. Come out with janine this and what are some challenges that you've seen from your elementary school. Now teaching the elementary kids. Now i actually just went on before. I get to that part of the question. I actually just want to encourage you to challenge the way that you're thinking specifically about gen z and the the word short. Because i think what and this is just my opinion and you can take it as you'd like but i think gen z is actually getting really good at doing things more efficient and that is again like i said before that is their reality. They are finding the most efficient way to do what is being asked. And i don't necessarily think problematic. And i think that they are trying to not necessarily shortcut but do what their ass and have that information like you said it comes to them really quickly. So why would they not expect from their teachers and professors. Why would benefit them to go through the longer route to read through the entire syllabus and they know that they can get an answer quicker by taxi or easily whatever the professor teacher getting the answer and what or while. They're waiting for the answer. They can go do something else. Whether it's wash dishes take charlotte. Whatever right they are able to fit more of what they need to do in a day and less time because they are making the world more efficient. If it wouldn't. I would argue that. It's not necessarily yes. Some kids definitely do this. He'd be a little bit of laziness. Don't don't disagree with that. At all. But i think that exists for everyone and not just stays generations and i think that everyone can have lazy but yeah i think they're just really making efficient world through civic of the biggest changes that lots of the questions of the biggest changes that i've seen since elementary school like i said i mean we don't use anymore like we don't use dictionaries into sources and actual books for having to look through all these pages to find this one word to find words go off or definition or whatever and i feel like okay. This is the reality. Is there life. They found or we have found a better way to do this. A quicker way to do this frees up more time to do so many other things in the world and we're crossing faster and faster because we're able to really sort of scale down the time. It takes us to do tasks. Really intriguing to me. As an educator. And i'm sure many educators would concur. I mean biggest changes deficiencies huge win. How kids play. I'm going to definitely change. Simply because clay now is more device oriented than it is creative with nature. That is something. I would like to see a little bit more balanced. And i'd love to see kids maybe using the taxes they are so well versed in to be able to find out things about the natural world and go and experience it in new and different ways. I'm sure there's many axel bear that exists. I have yet assigned really good ones from really good resources to introduce them. But there i mean i'm pretty app developers out there make.

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"gen z" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

Teachers Care Society

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"gen z" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

"I mean just i was born on the cost of the millennial gen z talking about date nineteen ninety-six how ab- for i've always been sort of an old soul and so i don't know necessarily if a generation like don't love generational terms as definers because i feel like they kind of offer space to make generalizations or assassinations about what it means to be a part of that generation. So i think. There's a lot of stigma. That surrounds millennials gen z. There's a lot of stigma and slang recently threaded. You know the boomer generation. Or i think what did you call them phyllis. Perhaps i don't know if that applies to the traditionalist or the generation either way. There's been a lot of sort of sly and stigma surrounding these generations. And i almost feel like it's a little more trouble matic health. It's hard these divisions and they're so emphasized as as so much of our cultural capital right now. Which i find really interesting and i don't know enough or have an. I haven't read enough critiques. To know sort of the arguments against personally. I just find the this generation separator terms to be a little bit limiting. That's just me when i saw. I love the eighties in the nineties. Own millennial generation y. And so the three of history in today's age have different types of generating inside each other's teachers. You're younger which is great So i mean anymore. Elite communication between the different generations of teachers and the students were teaching our part of gen z and nineteen ninety two dozen tens and so basically born this world things that they have. Nowadays they consider just the basics of the twenty century on and most of the stuff is pretty new technology. People think like these really powerful now in multiple things touchscreen on the dick act as a camera of the web browser digital storage. You know poor transition video calls on your these phones all these things and now it seems normal to the new generation and so it's crazy to think that even powerful enough to the on the go and i definitely see situations were maybe instead of bringing your laptop or your tablet icees marine their smartphone. Pretty much does whatever they need to do for to be for you from being productive because too much for everything so yeah there's all these milestones are being muslims but the new generation to see enormous with these milestones are the new normal gen z. Some negative effects of gen z might experience We didn't use some negative effects. An about gen z. You with all his technology. I just want to start off by saying. I think that happens in every generation. There's these huge leaps in technology at least one part of generation is going to be born into and it's going to be there seemed normal and regardless there's always going to be the older generation that has an not everyone in the older generation. But there are gonna be people part of the older generation who has issues or struggles to understand that but specific to gen z. The only real things that is noticed is sort of an. It's only because i'm comparing multi schooling experience to. There's which i don't necessarily always work emend because we're dealing with two very different times. But the only difference that i've really seen is in writing the actual quality of writing on paper with a pencil or pen and physically writing letters. The printing quality has just disintegrated from what i was going to school and their ability to actually form a sentence without having the health of dictionaries and the sources on the computer. They don't wanna look in the book like school and not having the automatic. Autocorrect sell checking their fingertips so lever with the said. Yes christina's going down. Actual physical writing is getting messier and it looks. They're just not able to do it as well. They really struggle. That might just be something that eventually phase hour eventually the new normal might be. We don't have to rely on that and as much as we might think that. That's super important in a life skill. Like oh you have to learn to write. You have to learn how to write. Well you're writing. Has to be like when i went to school. You had to learn cursive writing nobody. It might stop you the reality for these students and the jobs that they're gonna have in the future may never need to use so to kind of force. What maybe we have certain expectations in her. Mind if what printing writing his look like that might not be practical to prepare them for their future. And i think we really need to challenge our assumptions and our narratives around that it's well last year. I was doing an inquiry in question. Originally and because i was so stubborn in this mindset and i said how can i make my kids at our printing. How can i make their like actual letters. Neater this great six seven like they should know how to write a paragraph initiative. Look easy enough to read. And it should be properly formatted and all these things and i really soon as we run online because we had to go into lockdown in quarantine or whatever and we switched on teaching i had to really take a step back and look at my inquiry and kind of go. This is not going to work. it's not it's reality. it's not our reality in the world right now. There's no point in investigating this because it just does not set up for success. And i really needed to challenge. What i had always assumed was really important to me to say this is not about me is about.

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"gen z" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"gen z" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"So I think where the ALZ Two twenty, five. All Right Jen. Younger than twenty-five keep thinking that did that again my son's Gen Z.. Yeah. This is how you know a gen xer because he can't remember which letter is. Yeah. Anyway there's only three generations, boomers, millennials and JEN's E. I guess there might be another one that everyone always gets about. That's how I remember that's how I remember it as well. All right. Gen Z. spends four point one hours more per month on non game APPs. That's ten percent longer than the olds. I have a really good anecdotal thing to say at the end of this however, the old spend twenty percent longer in their most used. And excess them ten percent more often. So, that's interesting. Spend more time plan against what? We. Don't give up move on. I don't know maybe world of warcraft because old the most popular game category amongst the old are puzzle games. All right tops tops among Gen Z. Action Games both categories have simulation games as number to look on people and young people agree simulation games are almost our favorite. Yeah. Some of them are very action oriented though. So Lindsey Anyway the top APPs among Gen Z. were snapped. TIKTOK, and discord. that order I assume that's order of most us. I don't actually know that but that makes sense. Actually a weirder thing it's it's the most over indexed. Interested. There's some math behind determining. What's the index of usage and do they use these higher than the normal index and that's where you get snap and TIKTOK. And it goes by market it's different in different markets. So speaking of that. This court is definitely third snap and tiktok might be one or two depending on which market you're talking about shore and speaking of that. This is interesting active GNC you. Users are rising faster than the old with Indonesia and Brazil seeing the most growth. So a lot of interesting international points today to there, and finally ninety eight percent of Gen Z. owns smartphone I make sense to me I don't know why it'd be any different they basically no life without them. Now I have a son who a Gen Z. is twenty years old. He fits nicely into that little categories born in the year two thousand and I can tell you almost all of this rings a bell almost all of us seems right to me just from my own anecdotal experience with him that he spends more time on non game APPs than than a lot of do he spends a lot of time watching stuff that was popular before I was even. Old enough to think it was popular things like taxi like he watches taxi over and over and over he loves the show taxi can't figure it out. But again, spending a lot of time watching things don't have anything to do with games, watches them on. A mobile device he does, yeah, it's an honorable device people watch things on television. What am I gonNA, Watch on my phone alright. Is a bad at the most it's like a TV he's using computer screen or he's watching it while playing a game like this concept of sit down in front of a television for the event that is television. Not, in his vocabulary, it's not a thing. He does this other bit here about Tiktok snap and discord with the exception of TIKTOK. He totally loves that and that ordinary love snapping he loves discord. He thinks it's cool to hate on Tiktok but that may just be i. don't know what that is. Tell you. and then the other bit that really stood out to me was them spending less time in the actual most used games and moving. You know the theory is moving onto something else..

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"gen z" Discussed on a16z

a16z

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"gen z" Discussed on a16z

"If, you , don't have to use using your product or talking about product or share your product. . To, , break it to you you're irrelevant, , and so that's what every single company that is targeting consumers needs to care about whether you're a fortune five hundred company or whether you're a startup are their percents that jazzy has mental. . Jansy considers anyone who is not really speaking their language or not understanding trends boomer. . It doesn't matter if you're a millennial, , it doesn't matter if your genetic doesn't matter of your boomer. . Jets. . BOOMER's anyway. . Do you think though given how personalized Z. has preferences on that? There ? is a definitive. . This is cool. . This is not cool a changes weekly so you have to keep up. . If you understand what's score not. . Really hard on the wardrobe man to. . Say that the difference between Jansy and millennials is much bigger gap than between millennials older generations I would say so because Gen Z. is the first generation that's mobile I and mobile native I totally agree millennials will say were mobile first but there's a lot of stuff that we still feel much more comfortable going to a computer to do they ticket purchases. . We still feel like we're safer on the browser for some reason whereas Jesse's do everything from their phone right? It's ? like we're we're used to that. . We're used to buy things from our phone signing documents from our full for better for worse requiring much more instant gratification. . I'd say the youtube videos even now to me feel too long if the first minute is the person apologizing and trying to be politically correct, , they just need to get to the point where the Roi has to be real. . Yeah. . If it's good content if it's entertaining content, , then boomer out and you've lost us. . When people say Okay I want to go be an influence are now before for millennials that was you became a youtube star now as A. . More desirable to be tiktok influence Sir versus Youtube. . One certain ones are clearly more easy to go viral on. . Twenty nine percent of youth in America wants to become bloggers or youtubers versus twenty three percent want to become professional athletes. . The more people want to become youtubers than athletes, , which is a massive shift on the platform that Gen Z. wants to be an influence or on tiktok seems the easiest for people because we've obviously seen Charlie demilio becoming one of the biggest influencers in under a year the conversations around the actual talks right now are like living on other platforms, , but it's Super Valuable Tiktok. Stars . are all spending time on Youtube now. . It's a natural growth phase so Are tiktok stars the new. . Youtube. Stars. . . There's a whole correlation there in the sense that if you're big on Tiktok, , the way you can really continuously build your audience status sustainable is on Youtube. . But many have not been able to be successful on Youtube. . It's more likely. . They will not be successful actually because they haven't really adapted on how to make long form content there used to making sixty second videos which doesn't translate well to Youtube. . You Wanna be making ten minute videos because that's how you monetize. . There is no. . Easy variety factor you just gotta be really good at distribution and marketing honestly especially in tech talk there so much remix name culture it's not necessarily original one, , hundred percent. . And maybe that's part of why it's hard when they translate to you to for the most part, , you have to come up with something completely people who are really really good storytellers will be able to do. . So across different mediums whether it's Tiktok whether it's you whether instagram weather's twitch I, , think the shot from video especially the stuff on Tiktok it's what's the punchline what's the actual point of the video that makes it interesting and why it's so democratizing video creations you don't need to bring light to be a good tiktok crater. . You literally just need your phone. . Yeah. . On Tiktok you get thirty seconds, , you can record it with your phone you can have whatever quality of. . Video and as a good story line, , people will watch it and people shirt or if you're adding value to the viewers life. . Young short videos are not just jokes I. . Mean, , I cringe when people say tiktok is a bunch of people dancing to music because I'm like you clearly have not use this thing. . Right there's educational stuff on it. . There's financial advice on Tiktok. . There is stuff that teaches you how to cook. . So short videos a really powerful form I think, , and it's basically getting rid of the fluff that you don't need and delivering maximum value per second. . Literally per second because you can lose the person after like three or four seconds of it's not good enough. . To your point people talk just a fun lip synching at or dancing. . APP. . And it's not it's a place where he can learn anything you ever wanted to learn. . Whether it's cars whether it's how to take photos how to model I've watched so many talk videos about videography tips and I phone tricks and all sorts of stuff, , and it's just endless amounts of short form education

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"gen z" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"gen z" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

"Issue is providing a tool for financial advisers to shore up their book of business and ensure that they're going to maintain and retain a next gen clients. The goal is not to go out as I mentioned to get a bunch of millennial clients but. What I've learned for by having my my practice valued every year for the last fifteen years is bringing the average age of the client base down increases, the value of the book, and so by gaining millennials and it's usually the children of our clients. We're bringing the average age down which increasing the value of the book and we're retaining those assets. So that whole eighty percent of the time the money leaves when when the metric patriarch leaves. We've reversed that and it's less than really twenty percent that we're seeing leave and so we're retaining those relationships many times for multiple. Generations. Well that alone should make people want to find out a little bit more about the book find out more about how they can use the book. I would love it if you did take in. Yes. Times have been a little bit strange in the last well. Whatever nine months of this frigging ear so it'd be really great for you to have some some extra resources I'm glad that that's something that that you're at least consciously working on it and and we'll get out there here in the near future. Maybe by the time this podcast airs you'll have a couple of those things done. And as we wrap up today. If. You had one piece of advice right for newer advisers or people who are trying to maintain multigenerational relationships with their clients and their clients entire families what piece of advice would you give? I I mean mad I have to say. Authentic be sincere. Truly care. Just like the example that you gave of the the grandmother, the goal wasn't to poke her to get an emotional response to get this money from the kids and grandkids that wasn't the goal. The goal was to really explore what her values are and share with the rest of the family that was the goal. It's because you cared in the financial adviser care that you set that up the consequence of that was resulting in business, and so if you truly care about people, the clients, their kids, the people that are most important to them than you will be rewarded the law of the universe at it may be a matter of time but it will happen. The other thing that I would share Matt that I've shared I've done a lot of these podcasts but mostly four, the intended audience of millennials and Gen. Z. and the host will ask you know what advice would you have for them? The advice that I'd have for them is very similar to the advice that have financial advisers. We're in a unique period time right now through this cova this lockdown this it's a transformational part of our economy that we'll look back as a pivot point much like we did September eleventh. In what are you going to do with your time when you're in lockdown or you can't go in your your office, you can't visit with clients..

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"gen z" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"gen z" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Takes for joining me today Sarah. . Much for having me Dan. . I am thrilled and we are going to be talking today about marketing degen's E.. So . <hes> just so critically important. . So I would really love to start with asking you to. . Explain how Jansy e customers are different than a millennial customers. . Will first of all the Gen Z. and not many people know this but they are the largest living generation today. . So fifty one percent of the world population is under twenty five today and it is a whole new world out there. . They are changing the game for just about every industry out there and I mean who if the stereotype is true man that's a lot of brunch. . But so they're different than millennials for few key reasons, , and basically it's for a few reasons about why they. . Different different things that happened while they were growing up. . And the different environmental factors, , different parenting styles, , that kind of thing. . So the first key reason why they're different whether or not the same that there was a huge shift in parenting styles. . So we went from terms like helicopter parenting, Tiger , parent to a new kind of parenting style with the other twenty, five, , , hundred, , twenty, , six, , crowd called tech parenting, , and with instead of doing things for their kids parents were. . A little more hands off they were teaching their kids, , how to find things for themselves online using technology, , and they basically have re as a result they've raised a generation who's a little bit more independent than millennials, , but also what they did almost inadvertently that they scared. . The. . Crap out of them about. . Anything. . That could go wrong online everything from online predators to identity theft and everything in between, , and so you've also got this generation WHO's more risk averse millennials? ? So. . In addition to that, they , were raised <hes> unlike millennials who are raised in a boom economy. . This generation was raised in a time of war and recession they were born after these. . These are post nine eleven babies. . They were born at a very different time and they have seen parents. . Lose jobs, , take pay cuts, , clip coupons budget in a way that millennials never did while they were growing up. . And so are actually far more fiscally conservative. . I will say I I. . Say that term and people go oh so they're cheap they're gonNA love coupons. That's . not totally true. . The actually just want more value for their money and they're very concerned about the value for their money. . They're not a I wouldn't call them cheap this as a whole generation, , but I would say they're more concerned with okay. What . am I going to get for my money <hes> they're not? ? As concerned with <hes> coupons and sales and promotions as past generations. . They actually are much more interested in social engagement then coupons or sales, , which is the first generation to really be to really take that on. . Their hungry because they were raised in a recession because of all the being fiscally conservative all of that. . They are hungry for work <hes>. . They're not you know. . Coming out of school in going on at, take , off a year and go explore Europe or. . Nobody's doing that right now. . But really like for the past few years this generation as they're entering the workforce, , they're just ready to get to work. . They're hungry for work their side. . GIG savvy they have like multiple jobs they've probably they're very entrepeneurship and fact sixty, , one percent <hes> coming out of high school say that they don't want to work for somebody else they want to start their own businesses. . So it's a huge. . Shift in just a very it's a much more entrepreneurial mindset and they're not waiting till the get out of college either to start their businesses are just starting them in high school in college like they're just doing it on the side because the technology is so readily available. .

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"gen z" Discussed on MNO Podcast

MNO Podcast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"gen z" Discussed on MNO Podcast

"The safe-space. It. Do. So what's on your docket today for the space? Mandy. My this is a safe space We have talked a lot about. Family. On the show. And my this Zeh space is delving into that again. So hopefully, it's not too repetitive of things that we have talked about before. But I really hits home for me. When I saw Lauren hills daughter Salah. Acknowledging some of the things that she experienced in her childhood. And saying what thinks she felt like? Traumatic and just kind of like having that open dialogue about how she felt about her childhood and. Her feelings about her parents. and. Hit home because that's something that I feel like I'd been trying to do with my parents as well. And then it was the pretty much the response that her parents have. So. From my perspective. Both of her parents were kind of lake. I hear what you're saying I understand that that's how you Bet. She fell and and that's you know real. That was your experience like but. I did what? I thought. was best or or I did what I did. And So it wasn't like apologetic, but it was still acknowledging they. Yeah. Like not saying like, no you your childhood wasn't like it was. Counteracting the it wasn't dismissive of how she fell, but it was also just like, Yep well, that's that's what I did that happened. So. It wasn't a politic Uber. And it just made me feel like. That's the best that I feel like. People should. Really. Expect Forget. I know that that's not what they went together and I definitely feel like a lot of young people like millennials and maybe Gen Z. Philip when their parents they're going to. Like they like don't be afraid to apologize to your kids and I get that I don't have any kids right now to apologize to But I I. I? Honestly.

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"gen z" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"gen z" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Now Trending on News, 93.1 KFBK. A new Gallup poll out this morning shows Americans satisfaction with the way things are going in the United States has fallen. Just 13% of Americans in this poll say that they're satisfied. That's down from 20% in June and 45% in February. Will boomers are now outnumbered. A new analysis by the Brookings Institute shows a majority of the US population is now under the age of 40. That means millennials represent the majority of the population in the United States. Now with more on this, we're joined by ABC is Ryan Burrow and Ryan. What does this new analysis mean to the rest of the population? I've It's got to be good for Social Security, right? Yeah, well, it's it's interesting because I know that that boomers had always thought that they were the big bubble, and they were the majority of the population. But the 2019 census shows that millennials and their siblings remember their generations now underneath the millennials Jen Zy born after 1996 and we likely have a new generation here, very young Children. But all of those millennials Gen. Z and this new generation make up 50.7% of the population. More than half of the United States popular population at this point was born after 1981. You know, it's it's still fairly close. It's only 50.7% but it is important to point out inside of these numbers off those Americans or people in the United States. Born After 1981 1 Half of them identify as being part of a racial or ethnic minority. So a little bit of a changing, too, when it comes to the overall I don't want to say complexion that may not be the best word but the overall ethnicity and and races off those of the younger generation. Ryan. First of all, we want to thank you for making us feel old. But secondly, you know advertisers. They have to love this trend because you know that this is a group that's going to buy a lot of stuff as opposed to the boomers. Yeah, You got it. You know, this is they're going to take this information advertisers. They're going to take this information and they're going to see Ah, population shift. And obviously for you boomers Aziz, I'm sure that the greatest generation saw as well. There will be a shift in where this focuses. Maybe not talking directly to you any more talking to this other generation, which you may find strange and weird and completely irrelevant, But That being said they find it relevant. And, you know, we've seen this battle between the boomers and millennials in recent years, And obviously, this might stoke the flames a little bit, especially as we start getting into politics season And as you mentioned the advertising, All right, No one ever talks about Gen X anymore. Just get lost in the shuffle your MTV. All right. Thank you so much Remember? Appreciate it. All right, let's head out to the road. Right down. Checking rolling.

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"gen z" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"gen z" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Z who are facing unprecedented tough times on the job hunt. And how to reframe those challenges for success. What a lot of experts recommend is that you know, there's a lot of pressure on college graduates now like you're supposed to find her dream job right away. I mean, that's the whole point. You've been training to find your dream job and even in a great economy. That's what usually what happens immediately in your first job. So take the focus off of I'm going to achieve the perfect thing That's going to launch me on this half and moved towards like I've got a job. You can learn something in any job. Really drill down on what can I learn here? What can I figure out? What can I take to the next employer? And don't waste that time? Just because this doesn't look the way you imagined that it might have That could apply to pre pandemic but really could apply right now. Oh, yeah, definitely. There are a lot of jobs that people are doing that they thought, How did I end up here? Right out of necessity. Yes, you So how do you survive in a job that you know is not your best fit or not What you want to dio? Well, one of the things that I thought was great advice is to really identify the source of your frustration because almost everyone At every stage of their career has been in the position of thinking. I really hate this job. But you know, one of the experts we spoke with, really recommended drill down into what that's about. You might like this type of role or this industry in a different environment, You know, do you not like your boss? Is your company going through a really challenging time? And it's making the environment toxic. Or is this just not exactly what you want to dio spend some time and that's the other advice that I thought was really helpful was really spend some time. You know, spend some time thinking about what that's about, but also spend some time adjusting because any new job but particularly entering the work force takes a little bit of time to adjust. So you know, don't be eyeing the exits after three months because you're really only when you're starting to kind of like Get your bear Jen Zy has so many skills that are needed today. Their digital natives, their entrepreneurial. They're blurry, meaning they've blurred the lines between work and home life that they also get a bad rap for sometimes wanting a quick promotion or job hopping. Deal says You have to remember with this generation that they've only been in the workforce for a few years, but a face more challenges and practically any other generation, and now they're facing You know a global pandemic, a depressed economy, you know, job market that seems to have turned on a dime. And so it is kind of tough to us to generalize about what they want versus what they're doing commanded. So the job you're doing now, even if it's not the job you want. It applies to Gen. Z at anyone else. It doesn't mean it's the job forever. I'm reminded of the guy who leads our workouts over the weekend. Who says you can do anything for 10 seconds? And you could do anything for a year. You can expanded out the 10 seconds you really can. You'd be surprised at how resilient you are. And we are. Off to the roads. We go course.

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"gen z" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"gen z" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"I am on the very cusp of a millennial the chart of you know the breakdown by the way if I were to tell you or if I were to ask you give me the B. birth year for the boomers do you know what those years are if the if the the my off fifty four what's the range it's it's all I know what you said start a range of twenty years so give me the twenty year although that is considered boomer Flores forty eight sixty eight close forty four to sixty four Hey then comes Gentex that sixty five two seventy nine okay then the millennials a generation Y. eighty ten ninety four sure and then Gen Z. ninety five to fifteen so for those who have been born the twenty second left if you're four years old I don't know if you have a generation yet you know what they're calling the kids are gonna be born now and the next day the colonials yeah corporate kids so anyway why do I break down the generations because one thing that we've learned during the pandemic not nearly enough of Americans have emergency savings and presently I would suppose regret not having enough emergency savings during the pandemic twenty three percent of Americans rate that is their biggest regret their biggest financial regret not having enough emergency savings the next ones were not having enough retirement savings I think we know what generation is saying that and then the third biggest a regret is having too much debt so not enough emergency what we hear about these stories all the time it seems like every few months there were some stories out there about how about how our kids could not handle A. N. emergency of like a thousand dollars or something like that you know if if you if you lost your car and you needed to buy a new car tomorrow or lease a new car or it's a major I'm a major home repair issue crops up how few Americans can actually be in a position to reach into an emergency fund and you know pay it off well we have run into a pandemic which has caused a lot of Americans to dip into an emergency fund if there was an emergency fund to dip.

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"gen z" Discussed on Single & Unemployed

Single & Unemployed

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"gen z" Discussed on Single & Unemployed

"Someone <Speech_Female> actually <Speech_Female> suggested that I should <Speech_Female> DM him the episode <Speech_Female> on Lincoln <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> then just <Speech_Female> send a time stamp <Speech_Female> for when the <Speech_Female> story about him comes up <Speech_Female> like no <Speech_Female> explanation just <Speech_Female> like. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Fifteen thirty <Speech_Female> SEC Andrea. <Speech_Female> What do you have to lose? <Speech_Female> Can you please <Speech_Female> you that literally? <Speech_Female> What do you <SpeakerChange> have to lose <Speech_Female> true? <Speech_Female> <Silence> What are the odds? <Speech_Female> Have you played <Speech_Female> this? <Speech_Female> I've played that game, but that's <Speech_Female> not what we called. <Speech_Female> I think we might have just called <Speech_Female> it odds <Speech_Female> so basically <Speech_Female> how the game works. 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"gen z" Discussed on Single & Unemployed

Single & Unemployed

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"gen z" Discussed on Single & Unemployed

"Ending up unemployed. So the weakening dacoven was fucking crazy the Tuesday before covert I was Gen Z. Kids House looking at memes. Thing looking at memes with his roommate and like laughing, because there is this one that was like if I get corona virus I hope we get lime disease to. You ever honey. If. If I? GET CORONA VIRUS I hope I get lime disease to because of the beer. Oh, my Gosh Yeah But remember how everyone was just like making jokes about it and sending out means, and it was honestly this big. This big joke Yomas like Oh. Yes, just like the flu. If I catch it like I'm young and I'll be fine I'm not worried about myself. Oh. Yeah, people are overreacting. It's not a big deal. Yeah, totally, people were so I was on that train. I was to honestly there was a curious where I was like I dunno, everyone's freaking out so much and of course. In hindsight, we all should have seen this coming. Hindsight's twenty twenty. So that was Tuesday and Wednesday before the lockdown, my friend I. We went for drinks and we were joking around because her roommate's mom had done a like costco trip and bought surpluses, the toilet paper and canned goods, and all this stuff and we were just like. This is so ridiculous like people don't need to be doing this like obviously, everything is going to be okay. We're all going to be fine next week. And then this is when things started to get weird. So this is Wednesday Thursday went to work. It was so quiet and Thursday nights where I worked were not quite, they were busy. I was managing that night, so I was pretty much the first cut in the evening, and so it was like seven thirty I got off work I usually don't get off till nine. I decided that I really really wanted to go for Buckeye shock, but no one wanted to go with me, so there's a place that does buck oyster nights around the corner from my work and I thought fuck this going for dinner by yourself is cool..

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"gen z" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"gen z" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"If you're a young millennial work Gen Z. in Hong Kong you have no hope of achieving the living standard of your parents never buy a house now you have to live in your parents house if they still haven't exactly and they're living in a you're living in a box already so how are you going to start a family how YA and in the wages are just compress like we see all over the world not of the younger generations the wages are compressed you're never gonna for a home and it's kinda no hope and so it you there's several oligarchic families in Hong Kong that control everything the electrical distribution retail food store is Hong Kong a city it's like a city to city state I called a city state is seven million people you can drive around in thirty minutes I mean despite the reputation of it is actually quite small geographically there's several islands but the young population don't want to be mainland Chinese they say were Hong Kong and that's the root cause of all this and this is still going to be played out over the next couple years I think I don't think the mainland is going to permit anything that happened there they're going to crush those people if they have to that's I agree I'm surprised troops have already gone in for what's happened we could see that twenty twenty hopefully we can avoid another canonists that happens Hong Kong will for ever be ruined Hong Kong has been the gateway China is supposed to been separate even the Chinese go to Hong Kong to raise US dollars in credit markets things like that Hong Kong's kinda losing its place in the world so it was like part of China but it wasn't and it was kind of a free city state banking and now that's going away nobody wants.

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