Make "New" Mean "Useful"
Today, we are living in a state of constant and never ending change. Attention spans have reached an all time low and everyone is in a constant phase of searching for something new. You see it all the time, from people immediately checking phones when getting in line at the supermarket, to talking on cell phones at the gym, to not being away from Instagram, Twiiter or Snap Chat when watching a movie, out at dinner or having drinks with friends. This search of "new" goes beyond the emotional realm and is readily found in the physical form as well. Whenever a new car model, cell phone, TV or appliance come out it's always featuring "new" this or "new" that. That's all well and good but if the actual “new” features are changes for the sake of changing or primarily vanity driven, then what’s the point of making the changes in the first place?