Learn about Generation Z and what they like, don't like and how to engage with them.
Hosted by Gen X mom and Gen Z daughters. Episodes will be 15-20 minutes on various topics from technology, education, work life to marketing, buying habits, and other topics.
Vicki O'Neill, podcast host of Connect the Dots leads the discussions with her daughters Kayla Ropos and Kendra Ropos.
Gen Z and Divorce (Part 2)
Kayla and Kendra share their thoughts on growing up divorced as it relates to communication between parents and kids as well as a further discussion on differences in rules between houses as they got older.
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Gen Z and Would You Rather...
Are you familiar with the game "Would you rather"? It's when you give two options to someone and they choose which they'd rather do.
Vicki asks Kayla and Kendra a series of these questions - then Kendra asks a couple as well!
It's a fun listen and you get to learn more about Kayla and Kendra from a less serious, fun perspective.
Which would you rather? Pick your favorite and let us know by tagging us - our profiles can be found in the show notes at:
Gen Z and Divorce (Part 1)
In part 1 of this topic, Gen Z and growing up with divorced parents, Kayla and Kendra share how divorced parents impacted who they are today. In this particular episode, we chat about the impact it had on them and how it developed who they are as a person today. Listen to hear from them directly. Stay tuned for future episodes as there will be AT LEAST one more on this topic ( we barely scratched the surface on this topic).
Gen Z and Unemployment
The impact of the Coronavirus goes beyond just being in a lock down at home - there's the unemployment impact and side effect of emotions. Kayla and Kendra share their experience of going through the unemployment process and the impact being isolated at home has had on their emotional state.
Gen Z and COVID-19
How is each generation responding to the stay-at-home orders established by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC)?
We discuss this as well as the impact the disease has had on life, school, work and what the world might be like when and if we return to normal or a 'new normal'.
Gen Z and Advice for Younger Self
Kayla and Kendra share the advice they would give a younger version of them based on mistakes they made and decisions that changed the course of their life to-date.