We are impatient; we need to understand, and what should be explained to us as soon as possible, that certain things take time. We are capable to follow ambitious goals if we "believe in them", but we need help to be able to digest and handle that the frustrations are part of the journey. Maybe we seem a little arrogant because of our audacity, but the reality is that we value experience tremendously and, although it does not seem like it, we want to listen. Moreover, we need a lot of communication, since we appreciate and value the sincere and continuous feedback it helps us to grow every day.
The first part address the common generational characteristics, the influence of technology on personal, social and business relationships, and a set of reflections about how to direct them; and the second part shows three real cases which take a look at the convergence of the different existing generations; in the third, the author gives his own perspective, which he has also weaved into the preceding pages, staking on a humanism that places the person on centre stage, and that has guided him as Ariadne?s thread helped Theseus out of the Labyrinth of Crete before being devoured by the fearsome Minotaur. In our days, there is no other Minotaur that confusion.