Three Reasons for Seasoned Folks to Stay Engaged
1. Give Unsolicited Advice--At Least Share Your Opinion
Context is key and in our individualistic culture, you have to use discernment….
But if you see something say something, especially when it’s someone you know and care about.
2. French Wine - Getting Better With Age
Don’t ever think, what do I have to offer?
-You have tremendous value to add to the lives of the younger generations. Don’t sell yourself short.
As you grow older with grace, don’t get bitter, get better—sweeter
3. Act Your Age
“It is not our physical state that limits us,” it is our mindset about our own limits, our perceptions, that draws the lines in the sand. - Ella Langerre.
Keron Watson’s Bio
Senior Master Sergeant Keron Watson is the grandson of Luther and Myrtle Watson and Enoch and Winifred Wright, and son of Alvin and Jasmine Watson. Keron was born in Savanna-La-Mar, Westmoreland, Jamaica. He moved to the United States with his family at the age of 15. After high school, Keron Joined the United States Air Force and in 1998 was stationed at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base as a Vehicle Mechanic.
After 6 years of active service, Keron joined the Arizona Air National Guard where he completed his Bachelor’s of Science in Management/Finance from Park University and cross trained into the Contracting career field. In 2013 he completed his Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Strategic Management from Western Governor’s University. He is currently the Base Contracting Officer for the 162nd Wing, Morris Air National Guard Base where he oversees $6M/year in purchases.
Senior Master Sergeant Watson is passionate about personal and professional development. After seeing a need to develop old and young leaders, he started Airman Leadership Development, which gives senior leaders within the 162nd Wing and civilian leaders the opportunity to provide leadership training and mentorship to all Wing members. Over the last 9 years, an estimated 2700 personnel have attended the presentations.
He has been married to his beautiful wife, Snow, for 18 years. They have six beautiful children. He plans to live to the ripe old age of 120 so he can see his great, great, great, great grand children.
Views presented are Senior Master Sergeant Watson’s personal opinions and are not necessarily the views of the DOD or the United States Air Force.