The Mentor Myth: What Native Analogs Can Learn From Native Digitals (And Vice Versa)

If you want to have any hope of remaining relevant in the working world, you need to understand the difference between Native Digitals and Native Analogs.

Native Digitals are a new category of human, and Native Analogs are the last of their kind to walk the earth. It’s why Boomers (Native Analogs) call Millennials & Gen-Zers (Native Digitals) “entitled, lazy, avocado-toast-brunching screen addicts.” But this isn’t about young people being lazy and old people being “old.”

This is a material change in the way humans conduct their lives.

If you are a CEO, founder, consultant, or creator using Native Analog business strategies and tactics to reach Native Digital customers, you’re done.

Which leads us to The Mentor Myth.

In this “mini-book” you will learn:

  • Why the false belief that we can only learn from those who are ahead of us, older than us, “higher” than us, or richer than us is irrelevant today.
  • The three biggest skills Native Digitals can teach, and the three biggest skills Native Analogs can teach.
  • How to effectively leverage and monetize your unique skills, no matter your age, to create a category of consequence today that will matter in the future.
  • Why knowing the ins and outs of TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, and more will only get you so far as a Native Digital.
  • How Native Analog executives, entrepreneurs, consultants, and creators can team up with Native Digitals to create Digital Intellectual Capital.

Short, sweet, and jam-packed with incredibly valuable insights, this “mini-book” is a guide to staying relevant in today's (and tomorrow's) working environment.

The Mentor Myth: What Native Analogs Can Learn From Native Digitals (And Vice Versa)



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