· Naama explains that Gen Z covers people born between 1997-2010/2012 but it’s not just the year they were born.
· Naama shares that Gen Z grew up after 9/11, in an era of war, during the financial crisis, and with technology
· Naama explains that Gen Xers grew up after Watergate, with high divorce rates for their parents, and grew up to be cynical; this influences the way Gen Xers parent their kids along with having access to technology and resources on parenting
· Naama said that the data shows that Gen Z is the largest generation in terms of numbers, is the most diverse, is shaping up to be the best educated, is very socially minded, and is less trusting of institutions
· Naama said that the data shows that Gen Z tends to stay at home more, gets into less trouble, starts having sex later, has fewer teen pregnancies, do less drugs and drink less, but they do feel lonelier and are more depressed.
· Terri asks Naama about Gen Z and the gender spectrum
· Naama shares what she and her team have learned about what girls are looking for and why they’ve create an app for them
· Terri asks Naama for ideas to get her second child to interact and socialize in real life with their friends
Terri’s Key Takeaway
Even though her second child isn’t getting out more to meet with their friends in real life, the interaction that they are having in chats, through Facetime and other means of communicating are just fine to build relationships and feel connected to others.
References in the Podcast
· Piloting Your Life: https://www.pilotingyourlife.com/
· Telle App: https://telleapp.com/
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