By Jada Powell
My generation today, in my opinion, can be way better.
We’re spoiled by technology. It seems as if no one uses their brain anymore.
There’s “babies” having babies, respect for everyone is getting lower and lower, and even speaking in actual conversations is becoming difficult. However, I believe that my generation could get better by one simple thing called motivation.
Everyone needs motivation throughout their life.
Motivation helps people do something that their inner selves don’t completely believe that they can do. To help motivate this generation is simple.
Give advice, be there for each other, be true, be you.
Giving advice is free. It doesn’t cost a penny. It’s something everyone has. Advice helps in different ways for different people. When you share advice, you’re sharing the knowledge that you have gotten from past experiences, similar to the situation that the person is in that you are trying to help.
Advice for my generation? Don’t throw away advice that you haven’t tried. Open your ears, take in what’s said. This advice is coming from people that have been there, done that.
You don’t know everything. So give that advice a try…