Tag Archives: economics

Blogging For Myself

I have about 10 blog posts here in draft form, things I’ve written because I just needed to get them out of my system, but things I’m not sure are ready for prime time, so to speak. The problem with … Continue reading

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How We Pay Matters

I’m starting to think how we pay people for work done matters. Cash feels like we’re handing something tangible to another person.  It’s real.  It’s limited in our pockets and wallets, even if we can go to an ATM and … 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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Social Media + Business = Tupperware Party

I just read an interesting post over at Chris Brogan’s site about the Tricky Path of Brand Relationships.  And while commenting, it hit me like a ton of bricks- Social Media is A Tupperware Party. In the “mommy world”, women … Continue reading

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Be Prepared

Everyone has heard this age-old Boy Scout motto. Our mothers preached it, and I preach it to me kids. Whether we say “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” or the more eloquent spin from Paul Newman … Continue reading

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