Did we make more eye contact as kids? It seems that kids make more eye contact with everyone — indiscriminate of age, gender, or any other aspect. Maybe that’s why they can increase they network, oh, I mean friends.
More eye contact amongst the young
Did we make more eye contact as kids? It seems that kids make more eye contact with everyone — indiscriminate of age, gender, or any other aspect. Even if a child looks away when you return their gaze, they still come back to look again. Guess kids just remain curious about the ones they don’t know. Adults that have a youthful spirit, also do the same; they still make eye contact with strangers. But in many cases, adults making eye contact with people they don’t know? Not so much. Continue reading “Increase your network-make eye contact”
Ageism is discrimination based on age. This has been somewhat accepted by society against elders. But is the youth also victim to age discrimination?
When we were younger, we would discriminate against the elders. Actually even now that we’re older, some of use continue to discriminate. It seems almost acceptable to treat our elders differently. Continue reading “Ageism-Just too Young!”
Apparently being age-less is to learn from all, especially others — at least according to the-age-Less.com, aka me. To learn from anyone regardless of their age (child, adult, or senior); regardless of ‘rank’ in any hierarchy (work, school, or familial).
Ya, so this is why I am forcibly writing this blog. Forced by my little sister; yes much younger, and lower ‘rank’ within the family…oooo, that didn’t sound very nice, but true. I was the eldest, and in a Brazilian family structure, the ‘higher-ranking’ sibling.