Before heading off to San Diego, I’d like to hear your take on this reader question:
I had a question. When did millennials and other young men stop asking for wisdom and advice from their elders?
And why? Was it suddenly too dangerous to talk to strangers? Did the millennials become too cool for it and started to think that technology would solve our problems? Did it get dropped out of the value system where people were not told to ask for advice from older more experienced guys? Did we become too lazy and entitled?
How often do you see successful guys in modern media telling stories about their experiences and what they learned? Almost never.
It’s reached a breaking point now where we are so lost and confused that we’re reaching out for it in a big way.
What do you think?