Unfortunately, the following caveat seems to be necessary:
If any WRSA reader, by virtue of that status alone, thinks that he or she is truly representative of the Americans born between 1945 and 1965 – as opposed to simply having been born during those years – I would urge you to look more deeply around you. In other words, given that WRSA readers are exceptionally non-representative of the general population, each reader of this post should exercise significant detachment from the allegations and conclusions of the following article.
Unless, of course, the shoe fits. Then fix the problem, eh?
Now, RTWT and the comments, thoughtfully, in prep for this question:
How do we each as individuals maximize generational transfer of the right ideas/skills/philosophy during each of our remaining time on the planet?