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Despite their differences, Boomers and Gen Xers

may actually be more similar than you’d think.

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If you’re having trouble supervising a multigenerational staff, don’t be discouraged. Tuning into your employees’ work styles will bridge the gap between staffers and strengthen your business.

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If change is the buzzword of the ‘90’s, it’s also the fuel propelling the workplace into the next century. Design-firm principals with old-school management styles are in an unfamiliar terrain of fastpaced, global markets with employees who are more independent and less structured than their predecessors. To understand the working-style differences of Baby Boomers and Generation Xers-the two groups dominating today’s workforce - you have to recognize that they grew up in totally different worlds, says Susan Murphy, a Newport Beach, CA-based business and organizational consultant. Arriving after World War II during a time of economic expansion, Boomers were born between 1946 and 1964 to parents who wanted their children to have everything they’d been denied. “Boomers are often called the ‘entitled’ the ‘me’ generation, while Xers, born between 1965 and 1978, see themselves as the repair group, making up for the ‘damage’ done by the previous generations,” Murphy says. She says Xers believe that prior generations exploited resources. Baby Boomers grew up in a world where Mom stayed home and Dad dedicated his career to one company. For Gen Xers, the first wave of latchkey kids, divorce was an everyday affair. “Boomers were spoon-fed, while Gen Xers often fended for themselves,” Murphy says. And these differences affect the way each group works. Boomers are more patient and willing to pay their dues at a company in order to move up, she says. Conversely, Xers aren’t wowed by titles and instead look for competence, no matter the level of their co-workers. Gen Xers often

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have a cynical view of management because they saw their parents work 60+ hours a week only to be laid off during the wave of downsizing that began in 1979.

Navigating the Differences

Gen X workers are more independent, self-directed and focused on developing their careers than Baby boomers. Accustomed to being self-reliant, Gen Xers are savvy about stock options, retirement and health benefits; they aren’t averse to risk and are willing to work for a startup. They look for companies that offer quality products and services, and thy want to be proud of the organization that signs their paychecks. And they don’t want to be micro-managed. Does this sound like the twentysomething designer you just hired? “Just give them the big picture and get out of the way,” Murphy says. “It’s important to Gen Xers for leaders to have clear goals. Boomers will tolerate unclear goals more readily than Xers. Authority doesn’t mean much to Xers; they want competence.” Beth James is a Boomer who works primarily with Xers as a producer for Inside New Orleans. “The biggest difference in working with Gen Xers is there isn’t a protocol. Traditional rules don’t apply to this generation at all,” she says. For example, when a team


is formulating ideas in a meting, Gen Xers aren’t concerned with the leader’s reaction to their comments. They’re more focused on generating ideas and solving problems. James says. On one hand, creativity isn’t stifled; but with so many ideas on the table, it’s harder to hone in on the good ones. While Gen X working styles have changed management techniques, the shift from old-school to new-school management is part of a decade-old trend. “The old-school style was very territorial, and the exciting thing about the younger people is they don’t want to operate in the old school, “says Paul Porter, director of corporate design and usability at Eastman Kodak in Rochester, NY. Old-style management was more handson, with an emphasis on process rather that results. “Now, the real focus is on getting the job done,’ says Martin Gierke, director of industrial design at Black & Decker in Towson, MD. “Management and work have become more about individuals taking responsibility for how they work.” The result is greater flexibility with hours and schedules, something that pleases both freewheeling

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GenXers and Boomers balancing work and family. Today’s workers aren’t punching a 9-to-5 timeclock and they regularly take work home. “The boundaries between work and home are almost totally blurred, says Janet McLaughlin, director of organizational effectiveness at Corning in Corning, NY. “An employee can come in at 10 a.m. and already have put in a four-hour day. More flexible organizations are finding ways for people to telecommute.”

Capitalizing on the Similarities

Despite their differences, Boomers and Gen Xers may actually be more similar that you’d think. “Overall, individual differences are more important than age,” says Tom Donaldson, head of Employer Education Services at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management in Minneapolis. “Boomers are really much more excited about change than people perceive them to be, Porter says. During the hiring process, most managers’ first priority is a personality fit--not age. “I make sure I’m hiring individuals, not job descriptions,” Gierke says.

Back to the Future

For managers, understanding this generation equation is key to navigating the workplace of the 21st Century. “There are about half as many Xers as there are Boomers. To attract and retain Xers, Boomers first have to figure them out,” Murphy says. “We need to hire them to figure them, motivate them and learn from them.” Armed with these strategies, managers will discover that the terrain of the new-millenium workplace isn’t that unfamiliar after all.

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Author Camilla McLaughlin is a freelance writer based in Boxford, MA.

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LiveIt! Lifestyle Lesson 1

Are you suffering from a Nutritional Deficiency?

One of the biggest tragedies of human civilization is the precedence of chemical therapy over nutrition. It is the substitution of artificial therapy over natural, of poisons over food, in which we are feeding people poisons trying to correct the reactions of starvation.

From the Pen of Dr. Royal Lee (1895-1967)

Inventor, Scientist, Genius, Founder of Standard Process, Inc.

Where is my vitality? Why do I ache all over? Why am I tired even after I have had “plenty” of sleep? Like millions of Americans - You may be experiencing the signs of nutritional deficiency.

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ood is the fuel that energizes our body for work, play and healing. It is the source of our vitality and contains all substances necessary for the regulation of all our bodily processes. Human life has advanced for eons using nothing more than natural foods from plants and animals, along with fresh water and clear air. But our environment has become very polluted. Most people live far removed from farms and have no gardens. Food is processed to allow for long distance transportation and a long shelf-life, not nutritional content. Synthetic compounds are used to increase crop yields, to add flavor, and to preserve food. Then we use synthetic vitamins and medications to treat deficiency diseases caused by depletion of lifegiving nutrients . What a viscious cycle! What are synthetic compounds? Synthetic - noun: something resulting from synthesis rather than occurring naturally; especially : a product (as a drug or plastic) of chemical synthesis. Merriam-Webster Online Dict.

Synthetic compounds are fake, false, artificial. They

are not found in nature, they are the result of man-made alterations to nature. It seems that sooner or later most, if not all of these synthetic compounds are found to cause some type of symptom pattern or disease. Even “miracle” drugs are found to be the cause of disease, degeneration and sometimes death - sooner or later. People are suffering and taking medications to stop the suffering. Medications come with long lists of side effects. One of the side effects appears to be nutritional deficiency. When a person is suffering from a nutritional deficiency or the side effects of pollution of our air, water or food, wholesome food is the answer, not more synthetic compounds. Treat the cause - not the symptoms. Only 50 years ago, baby formula was considered equal to mother’s milk. Now it is laughable to think that people actually believed that a laboratory could make something equal to or better than Mother Nature. There are hundreds of nutrients, enzymes,

co-enzymes, vitamins and minerals in mother’s milk. Things scientists don’t even know about yet and could not “create” if they did know about them are in mother’s milk and in all natural foods. Go to: www.promom.org/101/ index.html for all the information you need about mother’s milk. The point? Mother’s milk is an example of Nature’s perfection in the feeding of human babies. After we are weaned from our mother’s milk our nutrition quality goes downhill fast. “Junk” and fast “foods” don’t support health - only wholesome foods will. I suggest that much of our suffering, our disease and health deterioration is due to low quality nutritional support. We need to understand this and begin to make choices which will build our health rather than tear it down. Need Good News? We have a solution!

The solution? Whole foods and wholefood concentrates. How do I find out if I have a Nutritional Deficiency?


Do You Have Signs of a Nutritional Deficiency?

Q: What is a Nutritional Deficiency? A: A condition of the body in which the essential Health-

Building nutritional factors are not available (from what you eat) to establish or maintain optimal health.

Q: What conditions can be caused by Nutritional Deficiencies?

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Virtually every condition the body can experience is connected to a nutritional deficiency.

Q: What causes Nutritional Deficiency? A: Pollution of the air, water and food with chemicals, pes-

ticides and other toxins drain your body of essential nutrients. Junk food, incorrectly prepared foods, and foods eaten in poor combination with other foods result in poor digestion of essential nutrients and drains your body of enzymes, coenzymes and other HealthBuilding factors. These are the causes of the development of nutritional deficiencies.

Q: What can I do to build my health? A: Eat simple foods – Unprocessed foods whenever pos-

sible. Enhance your digestive process by taking enzymes, coenzymes and other HealthBuilding catalysts daily from Standard Process* (SP) – For the rest of your life. Drink good pure water, get a moderate amount of exercise – daily walks for example – and enjoy the benefits of regular natural health care check-ups.

*Learn more at www.StandardProcess.com

Q: Why Standard Process Products? A: The healthbuilding qualities of Standard Process Prod-

ucts have stood the test of time. Made from organically grown foods, millions of people have benefited from SP products since first introduced in 1929. This is why we offer them at our office to help you and your family.

Q: What about my family - could they have signs

Come to the office for a Nutritional Deficiency Screening. We will perform various tests to determine what might help you to build your health! “Patients Speak” A Testimonial “For twenty years I have been taking high potency vitamin products trying to feel good again. Like I was when I was a kid. That good feeling just was not there. I would wake up tired, I was stressed during the day and felt like I needed stimulants to keep me going (caffeine.) Once I started taking wholefood concentrates that all changed. I sleep better, wake up with energy, I have been getting more done during the day! How could something so powerful have been so easy! All I needed was to get some quality nutrients. Thanks, Doc.” J.K. “Patients Speak” are actual testimonials of people who have benefited from the HealthBuilding qualities of whole food nutrition and whole food concentrates.

What Did You Learn? Some diseases have the same True False symptoms as nutritional deficiencies. Synthetic compounds are natural.

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Chemicals found in our environment True False can cause nutritional deficiency disorders. Only whole foods can support nutritional deficiency disorders.

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of Nutritional Deficiency?

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YES – Nutritional Deficiencies do tend to run in families for various reasons: Genetics, environment (air, water, food), and similar food patterns are a few of the reasons. It is wise to check all family members early and regularly (every six months) to help insure their health is supported as best as one can with the benefits of HealthBuilding Catalysts.

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Appetizers Salmon Ball ....................1 Spinach Dip ....................2

Breads &Tortillas Bread Bowls ...................3 Delicious Hot Rolls .........4 Soft Wheat Sandwich Loaf ................5 Southern Cornbread .......6 Whole Wheat Bread .......7 Whole Wheat Tortillas .....9

Breakfast Banana Bread.................10 Banana Crumb Muffins ...11 Basic White Gravy ..........12 Breakfast Burritos ...........13 Breakfast Hash ...............14 Breakfast Tacos ..............15 Chocolate Chip Muffins ..16 Chocolate-Chocolate Chunk Muffins.................17 Cinnamon Rolls ..............19 Isa’s Biscuits ...................21 Light & Fluffy Pancakes ..22 Mashed Eggs with Butter.......................23 Omelet ............................24 Pancake Syrup ...............25 Soaked Grains ................26 Soaked Oatmeal .............28 Tator Tot Casserole.........29 Tumbling Biscuits ...........30 Waffles ............................31 Whole Wheat Pancakes .32

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Sausage Seasoning .......90 Taco Seasoning ..............91

Apple Pie ........................33 Chocolate Chip Cookies .34 Fudgy Cocoa Drops........35 Jumbo-Chocolate Chunk Cookies ...............36 Lemon Fluff.....................37 Pumpkin Pie ...................38 Rosemary Shortbread ....39 Super-Chunk Brownies...40 Two Step Creamy Cheesecake....................41 Whipping Cream .............42

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Dinner Baked Macaroni & Cheese ........................43 Baked Spaghetti .............44 Beef Stroganoff...............45 Burritos ...........................46 Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo ............................47 Chicken Fried Rice .........48 Chicken Pot Pie ..............49 Chicken Spaghetti Casserole .......................51 Corn Shell Tacos ............52 Fried Meat Patties ..........53 Jalapeno Poppers...........54 Lo Mein ...........................55 Mince Stew .....................56 Nachos ...........................58 Parmesan Meatballs .......59 Pizza Breads ..................60 Refried Beans .................61 Turkey Tetrazzini.............62

Drinks Coffee .............................65 Creamy Eggnog..............66 Fresh Lemonade ............68 Homemade Soda............69 Hot Chocolate .................72 Sweet Tea .......................73

Household Products Dishwasher Soap ...........74 Laundry Soap .................75 Multi-Purpose Cleaner ....76 Scouring Scrub ...............77

Lunch Buffalo Chicken ..............78 Chip Dip ..........................79 Quesadillas .....................80 Salmon or Tuna Patties ..81 Spicy Chicken Sandwich ........................82

Mixes & Condiments Cheeseburger Sauce......83 Chili Seasoning...............84 Coconut Chicken ............85 Flaxseed Mixture ............86 Fried Chicken Coating ....87 Honey Butter...................88 Ranch Dressing ..............89

Green Beans ..................92 Parmesan Herb Rice ......93 Potato Salad ...................94 Scalloped Potatoes.........95 Steamed Cabbage..........96

Snacks Apples & Whipped Topping ...........................97 Caramel Corn .................98 Flavored Yogurt ..............99 Popsicles ......................100

Soup Beef Mac Soup .............101 Cheesy Potato Soup.....102 Chicken Noodle Soup ...103 Chili...............................104 Cream of Broccoli .........105 Lentil Soup....................106

Thanksgiving Cornbread Stuffing .......107 Cranberry Sauce ..........108 Gravy #1 .......................109 Gravy #2 .......................110 Turkey ........................... 111

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