Every generation faces its own set of challenges, and for Generation Z, the struggle is mostly health-related. Why would teens choose a healthy run in the sunshine when they could stay at home playing Minecraft or an equally addictive game? Jen Hyatt, the founder and CEO of Troo Life Coaching, suggests the key to young people’s health may be the very screens that ail them. getAbstract recommends this summary to parents, educators, policy makers and health professionals who want the next generation to be a healthy one.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why past attempts to influence adolescent health choices have failed,
- Which kinds of rewards are most motivational to teens, and
- Why gamification might be the best way to influence adolescent health habits.
About the Author
Jen Hyatt sits on the board for the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Health and Healthcare. She is also the founder and chief executive officer of Troo Life Coach.
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4 weeks agoThe title of this summary was very inspiring. However, then all that comes out of it is that we should put gamification into apps. Really, anything new???? <br>I would like to get more concrete advice how to motivate teenagers AWAY from the screens.