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Disruption of the Middle Class- Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, we looked at how many middle class jobs and industries have been effected by the rise of computers and automation, based on a recent Newsweek Article on the Beached White Male, entitled “Dead Suit … Continue reading

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Disruption of the Middle Class-Admin Staff- Part 1.5

After I wrote yesterday’s post on automation becoming a big or bigger problem for the middle class than it has been for blue collar jobs, an article about Secretaries and Administrative Assistants appeared in the New York Times, discussing the … Continue reading

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Finding Common Threads

One of the most powerful skills you can harness is the ability to listen, take in information and place it in context for your every day life. Sometimes, from the most mundane or seemingly useless resources, you can gain some … Continue reading

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Enchantment

I’ve been reading Guy Kawasaki’s Enchantment for the past few days. Reading it in iBooks gives me the chance to highlight my favorite sections to remember, and there have been many so far. As with all of Guy’s books, it’s … Continue reading

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Don’t Make All The Decisions For Me

My friend, Chris Brogan, wrote an interesting post about the future of geo-location apps and mobile. ┬áChris is flooded with information every day, and I understand why he wants Yelp to automatically narrow selections to his favorites or preferred categories- … Continue reading

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