The best advice that can be given to the children of the Millennium

"Sir, the most serious issue I have is that my child lacks confidence. Work does not come to an end when it begins. We must remain on the sidelines. But I'm not like that at all. Change this kid's path slightly, sir. If that happened, my baby would be in a lot of trouble. "

Following a workshop, one of my fathers approached me and said. Not only that child, but many children are now experiencing these symptoms. However, they are all subject to change.

Then I took the time to speak with this child. He has all of the flaws that a Millennial child could have. As a result, he lost his confidence, came to the point where he couldn't do the work alone, and eventually developed a proclivity to give up. You should read this if you have these traits or if your child has these traits.

You now understand what a millennial child is. Wait, let me tell you about this kid.

You know, the Industrial Revolution made people's daily lives easier. New products were developed. It had an impact on both the economy and society. However, after the 1980s, the world experienced a greater revolution than the 18th-century Industrial Revolution. The fourth technological revolution. The advancement of computers, the Internet, the introduction of the mobile phone, as well as the development of services and manufacturing companies that meet the needs of people, have all made a significant difference in people's lives.

Simply put, this had a significant impact on the lives of children after 1980. (Some say the Millennials are the group born after 1984). But how does that work?

Do you believe that if our parents receive an education, they will only receive educational opportunities from a school or a Dhamma school? But what about today's children? Tuition classes are available everywhere. Is that it? Bring it home and teach it to your students. In addition, there is online education. All of this is available to children today. Everyday life has become more manageable. When we had to make a short note in the past, our parents had to use the entire lesson to do so. But what about today's children? They must print and sell the desired short notes in the shop. Children's work is simple. Some parents say, "Oh, we don't want our children to go through what we went through." We wear clothes like this, but only for them. We only needed to wear one pair of shoes. But they have a lot. " They boast about providing a simple world for their children, which they do not have. Those parents are unaware that it has created a paradox for their children. What is the reason for this?

01. Children always expect convenience when things are made easier for them. 

My father still insists that we never ask Bhatia to pick up a book. It was unnecessary to state the reason. Everything I desire in my life is not something I inherited from my parents. That's why I knew I had to fight if I was going to win anything. That's why it was effective. That is the advantage that people born during the millennial era have today. We did not work to put pressure on our parents. The disadvantage for today's children is that the vast majority of them learn because their parents force them to. "You were holding the phone you're holding now. Some children are unable to work unless their mother commands them to do so. Mom and Dad support them until they leave the office door to go to school or campus, but these kids fail once they leave the office door with Mom and Dad's help.

02. The spread of Instant Solutions in children's lives.

Previously, if someone took a short note, they had to read the entire lesson. They were also reminded of the brief note. I also remembered that important note. The children who printed the shop, on the other hand, only remember the contents of that printed note. You're aware of the tragedy, right? It's simple. However, there is a disadvantage. When Mom used to come home, she'd cook until she was hungry, no matter how hungry she was. But what about now? Mom either gives me a two-minute noodle solution or I give her something from the bakery. Children are accustomed to finding quick solutions. As a result, children at this age lack patience. I can't take it anymore. They've practiced doing things quickly. We used to have to wait in line to make a phone call, then go to the shop at the intersection, exchange 20 rupees for coins, find a coin box, and get a call from the queue. That call, however, is now at your fingertips. As a result, children are not accustomed to being patient. Things are easily given up. However, success in life is not something that you respond to when you call from this side. As a result, it is difficult for children who have accomplished everything with an instant solution to learn to hold on to success when it is not instant. It is possible.

03. They understand the price but not the value.

Many children in the millennial generation are aware of the cost of almost anything. However, the monetary value is unknown. However, in the past, children walking through the Andara Yaya saw their father's hard work to make a living. Before the village, I saw the sun rise in the kitchen. The reason for this is that they contributed to their parents' struggle. I went to a paddy field. I went to see Hena. I worked from home. Take two pairs of shoes and set them aside until the harvest. That's why, when they got their hands on those two shoes, they knew their worth as well as their cost. They knew how much Dad had paid for those two shoes in sweat and tears, not rupees. Unfortunately, they knew how to appreciate Mommy and Daddy's sweat and tears. However, this is not the case for today's children. They are not a part of that mother and father's struggle. They have no idea how to do it. Even if a child comes to help with homework, his parents yell at him to go home and do his homework. Previously, children's vision was to build their lives so that they could pay the price for their parents' actions. Children now have a negative perception of it. At the very least, they are unaware of the value of their lives. Parents report that parent-child relationships have deteriorated. Children do not have self-esteem. Isn't that the case?

Make no distinction between children now and children later. After reading this, you can't blame them for thinking we're like that. In programs such as teacher training, I teach a section called How to Handle a Millenial. These characteristics are passed down to those children as a result of their upbringing or because their parents lack foresight. This isn't their fault. When I spoke about the plight of these children at a teacher training workshop, the teachers in attendance sobbed. "We blame these children for their carelessness, but we could have come up with a reason." Children are simply children. They are perplexed. However, it is our responsibility to teach them how to overcome these flaws.

Here's a link to a video that addresses all of these concerns. We'll go over three fundamental solutions as well as the OK problem. Make sure to check it out if you're a millennial. If you are the parent of a millennial, advise them on what to do.

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