Thank God for “Corona”, perhaps a few Insta bloggers will become aware of the reality and fall from the imaginary level of “instant glory” and finally start “working hard”….
Nothing in life is a coincidence and everything is interconnected and intertwined. Sometimes people enter our lives as a warning, an example, or a mirror ….
Traveling by plane can be an interesting time to have a pleasant conversation and conversation that you would simply not have time for in other circumstances.
We have been waiting a long time for flights from Vienna to start, of course the online conversation is relatively effective, but from time to time it is necessary to back it up with a personal meeting. During the trip I can prepare a space for the following meetings and in the better case you are lucky to meet interesting people with whom you can exchange information or fill in the gaps in the segment.
Nothing in life is a coincidence and everything is interconnected and intertwined. Sometimes people come into our lives as a warning, for example in life you often meet people who do not drink alcohol to keep a clear mind, or you meet people who are extremely busy and tired from life. Or, on the you are surrounded by balanced and healthy individuals and you have an amazing private life. In the latter case, I should get to know you. Maybe our life hints at or remind us of something before we stop respecting our beloved partner or we become workaholics. Maybe he just wants to suggest to us: “Maybe you can think about it and devote more time to your private life and divide the time you devote to work, because you can end up like those exhausted people who keep coming into your life, or don’t even be a mirror. You’re already one of them.” Other times people come to us as inspiration, or space for reflection or personal growth, or relaxation. Here and there it’s quite nice to think about it: Why do people “happen to us” My journey by plane was enriched by “millennials” and “travel nomad” “See, people come into your life for a reason. They might not know it themselves, why. You might not know it. But there’s a reason. There has to be. ” Joyce Carol Oates
Travel, digital or marketing nomad
It is a person, usually of the younger generation, whose idea is to do as little as possible and travel as much as possible. Make money by sharing his/her photos on Instagram or posting on Youtube. It’s the kind of generation today that wants to have a lot, fast, easy and effortless.In this case, thank God for “Corona”, perhaps a few Insta bloggers will become aware of the reality and fall from the imaginary level of “instant glory” and finally start “working hard”, working normally to earn their daily bread.
These are people from about 15 to about 40 years. They are becoming the key factor influencing the economy and the labor market.
Younger millennials, the so-called Generation Z, born between 1995 and 2005, have so far affected the market mainly through their parents.
Older ones, so-called Generation Y, were born between 1980 and 1995 and are already beginning to have a say. In everything. Their well-being or discomfort begins to affect the development and perception of the world around us.Both generations were born into the world of modern technology and grew with them. And it is modern technology that is supposed to be their Achilles’ heel.
Comfortable and lazy generation
Initial research considers all millennials to be a special, comfortable even a lazy generation. They will not fall over themselves because of moral values or money, although they want to have enough of them. If they do not come to work unexpectedly, a virus or a sudden death in the family can be only an excuse.
However, observations suggest that these are two generations whose mental health is more threatened by sadness and true depression than anyone before them. If they drop out of work unexpectedly, it can be an absence caused by mental discomfort, the consequent inability to manage it and get out between people. This is despite the fact that they did not grow up in places marked by war or famine.
I have lost all hope for the future of our planet when today’s youth take the helm of leadership. It is youth undisciplined, rude, unbearable…(Hesiodos, Greek poet, 7th century BC.)