Kids That Code Will Get Fired

Kids that code do not have a sure-thing future.  However, over the past 15 years, parents have really pushed their kids to learn how to code.  Unfortunately, parents who believe coding is the future are driving through the rearview mirror and asking the wrong questions.  To summarize, some parents believe coding skills will lead their children to a secure future in the tech industry.  In reality, kids who want a forever-career in technology need creative thinking with logic and linear algebra skills.  Those skills are more important than coding because they will allow kids to adapt to future unknown tech needs.

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Are Millennials the best and toughest clients?

Millennials will challenge you.  This is a good thing.  If you don’t adapt to different generations, wants and needs, you have a fuzzy problem.  Traditional companies have a hard time marketing to Millennials and Gen Zers.  In our opinion, we believe corporate America generally misses the mark on how to market and to service these two generations.   We admit our corporate trustee services are boring, though important.  Despite this, we are enjoying the process of adapting to the most engaging way to service these younger generations.

Some find it challenging to adapt.  Frankly, that is the fun part of the business.

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