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Disruption of the Middle Class- Part 1

Part 1 of a Three Part Series on the New Economy and Disruption of the Middle Class and What Comes Next… Part 2:  The Rise of the Individual Part 3: Implications for Our Kids and the Future This week, I … Continue reading

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In order to really make strides, we have to be willing to experiment.  We have to be willing to take risks, and we have to be willing to be wrong and fail.  I know I had tons of this as … Continue reading

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The Digital Generation Gap

Last week, the Archer Group in Wilmington held a Trust Summit at duPont’s Theater N, featuring presentations by Mitch Joel, Julien Smith and Chris Brogan, some of my favorite people ever.  One of the stories Mitch told keeps coming to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Switch by Chip & Dan Heath

I’m just finishing “Switch: How to change things when change is hard” by Chip and Dan Heath.  As I’m sure everyone who knows me knows, Chip & Dan Heath wrote one of my all time favorite “business” books, “Made to … Continue reading

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Updating Education

I sit on the Technology Committee for our local School District.  We are so very lucky to have a set of tech guys who understand that the world is changing rapidly, and their job is not only to keep the … Continue reading

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