Try to Stay Relevant

Some may refer to the title of this entry as “trying to keep up,” but I would argue that keeping up is not the same as staying relevant. Keeping up means you are following, not leading. Staying relevant means you are not only engaged, but looking for ways to contribute.

Considering the level of technology available today to the Millennial generation, it’s hard to imaging how much more relevant they can become. Surely, there is no excuse for being behind or ill-informed unless that is the path they choose. And, what was sooooo unimaginable when I visited Disney World when it first opened is sooooo out of date today. Even this blog runs the risk of being sooooo 2009.

The speed of change, the speed of progress, the speed of relevancy … try to keep up.


6 thoughts on “Try to Stay Relevant

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