In the Moment
The technology revolution, which has been progressing rapidly since the 80s and maybe even earlier than that, has generated a number of phrases and trends. For example, "logging out" and "download" were not a part of our language until we had a need. Lately the new thing is being "in the moment." The idea is brought on by the intrusion of technology and what that intrusion has done to our human interaction. It may turn out that more is not better. Is it an epidemic? Is this moment fleeting? I will continue to talk about this but for now, here is a quick observation that might encourage you, when behind the mic, to be in the moment. Take a look.