Even though we live in the Information Age (also commonly referred to as: Computer Age, Digital Age, or New Media Age) -- a time in which the way we live, work and play has been greatly influenced by major technological advancements -- we still need face-to-face, belly-to-belly interaction with other people.
Thanks to personal computers, the internet, and now smartphones, anything that is shared over the web can be seen instantaneously across the globe. Once upon a time, there was an old adage of everyone being only six degrees of separation from anyone else on the planet. Meaning, we are all six introductions away from meeting any given person in the world. Well, thanks to the Information Age, we are now basically operating under zero degrees of separation.
That said, why is it that in a time where more information is shared and seen in the span of a day than one was probably exposed to in a lifetime a century ago, are people achieving less and less desirable and fulfilling results in various areas of their life? We don’t have time to dissect all of the components of this dilemma, but I can offer part of the solution. It’s mentorship, or lack thereof...
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