Looking Beyond the Millennials: A brief discussion with my son Zev Weinstein at 13.
[I have kept my son, his face, gender and name off of Social Media almost completely for 13 years to preserve his options and anonymity. He has now asked to come forward with a YouTube channel: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCUrd25AGg0KyuJgdHdxIEGQ]
Everyone wants to know what the generation after the Millenials makes of this world and what will they be like when the come of voting, working, and consuming ages. So, why don’t we just ask them? I’m lucky to have one at home, but if you don’t have one living under your roof you can borrow mine as he’s starting a channel.
I often get asked about my approach to parenting and perhaps this models a bit of it. Here I chat briefly with my son Zev,13, about what it is like to have such a tumultuous time as the current era for your developmental environment. If you don’t have a Generation Z member with whom you can discuss their various lenses, I can say that I feel I’ve learned a lot from having Zev as a guide who always enriches my perspective and often corrects me in this area to keep me from error.
You can follow Zev by subscribing to his YouTube CHANNEL, GenerationZ by clicking the link below:
His first introductory video can be viewed here: