Every year is interesting in its own right. There are ups and downs and moments in between, things that will never be forgotten and things that won’t be remembered without serious effort being put in. On at least two fronts, … Continue reading What I Accomplished In 2018
It’s great that both Uber and Lyft are offering free rides to people on election day so they can vote in the midterm elections. It really is. My question is this: Why is our democracy dependent on the largesse of … Continue reading Privatizing Voter Access
Acting Consumer Fraud Protection Bureau director Mick Mulvaney is very concerned that people are taking out student loans to pay for college without considering the “moral” consequences of paying those loans back. Mulvaney’s comments, best heard in your head in … Continue reading Education For Me, Not For Thee
Kara Swisher, noted and widely-respected tech journalist, has made it clear that yes, she would interview “wandering plague ship” Steve Bannon. Swisher’s op-ed comes on the heels of Bannon’s being uninvited from The New Yorker Festival after other attendees objected … Continue reading Which Ideas and Actions are Worth Exploring?
Do successful people eschew lists? Some might, but for others writing things down is the best way to succeed. Continue reading Writing Things Down Is Essential For Many
If you drive around the area of Chicago’s western suburbs I live in you’ll find lots of empty retail buildings. The last several years have not been kind to the in-person shopping experience and so malls are less crowded than … Continue reading What Else Could Empty Retail Space Be Used For?
I can’t rightly argue with any of the points made by Stephanie Braun at the Ladders blog when she says self-driving cars could open up a lot of growth potential for worker productivity. What I can do, though is take … Continue reading The Key to Increased Productivity is Mass Transit Systems
There have been a couple stories in the last few weeks about how a new novel or TV show or something has been announced after the writer and his/her material was found on Wattpad, a platform that has positioned itself … Continue reading I Won’t Outsource My Success
A new study shared here reveals 86% those aged 25-35 – roughly “Millennials” – would prefer to remain in their current job if given the chance. They’d like to move up in the organization but also value the development of … Continue reading People Want to Stay in Their Jobs, Companies Should Encourage That
It’s great that the Democratic party has a new slogan heading into the 2018 midterm elections. I even like it, as it conveys the party’s message that the Trump administration has *not* been working for the people in general but … Continue reading Slogans