The Silent Generation is better than the Babbling. They’re just better. There are nine reasons why they’re so much more awesome than those noisy, opinionated people that come after them. You might be wondering what we mean by “better.” Well, it’s not a question of who has the loudest voice or the most money–it’s about how well they do at life and all of its challenges. Here are some ways in which The Silent Generation is way better:
1) We never had to deal with social media as kids because there wasn’t any!
2) We know that when you lose your job, it isn’t the end of the world and you’ll find something else – if not today, then tomorrow
In the next section, we’ll talk about people in The Silent Generation who have been successful and done well for themselves. We’re not bragging or anything–we just want you to see how great our generation really is!
If this article were a recipe:
ingredients would be good sense of humor, gratitude for what they do have rather than envy for those with more money or fame; focus on being content instead of coveting someone else’s life as if it was better than their own; consciousness that there are many paths to happiness – proceeds from an understanding that no one must suffer alone, always open to listening without feeling threatened by new ideas. That the best way forward may sometimes come from standing still.
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The Silent Generation is Better Than Millennials For These Reasons…
Living through World War II taught us all that life can change quickly so it’s important not to take anything for granted; while we have our “time” now, it might not be here tomorrow.
The Silent Generation was taught to save money responsibly so they don’t find themselves in debt and living paycheck to paycheck like some millennials do today.
The Silent Generation is better at managing their time since they didn’t have as many distractions (iPhones, Facebook) when growing up; this allowed them more focus on school or work which put them ahead of the game for what’s expected out of employees nowadays.
Many members from The Silent Generation are still working full time because that’s just how hardworking people were back then–they endured long hours without complaining about it; Millennials need a break after an hour if we’re lucky!
The Silent Generation has experienced more in their lives–they lived through war, the Great Depression and raised kids during the Cold War; Millennials are about to experience everything they never had as an adult.
The Silent Generation is better at saving money since many of them grew up during the end of World War II when America went from poverty back into prosperity with stronger employment rates than we have now (2017).
Members from this generation know how to speak English without being annoying because most people still spoke it correctly then instead of butchering every other word like teenagers do today.
If you want somebody who is trustworthy, reliable and honest–you’ll find that person among members belonging to The Silent Generations: think JFK.
Members of this generation are the most educated out of all generations. They’re not afraid to be in a classroom setting and actually like it–instead of dreading it as Millennials do, because they know that’s how people get ahead in life.
This group is also more likely than any other to have served in World War II or Korea, which makes them wiser and stronger when dealing with tough situations.
The Silent Generation knows what manners are; one study found that 92% said “please” at least once a day–compared with only 77% from millennials who say “please”. And while millennials might think their slang words seem cool now, those same words will come across as ignorant 50 years down