Our children went to private schools that from K-12 that were considered among the best in the area. We more than willing to make the financial sacrifice to give them the best possible foundation. I guess that today, those institutions would be considered “progressive”. When I went to our son’s 8th grade parent teacher conferences, […]
Are You Basing Your Decisions off Feelings?
I read Tim Ferris’ weekly blog “5-Bullet Friday”. He’s a Gen-Xer, and so I like to hear what he’s been up to and how he thinks. So recently, when he linked to the Pornhub Insights “2021 Year in Review”, I just had to click and check it out. What were these “insights” Tim was so […]
Reese’s, China, Russia and Belun
Consider this to be a Jeopardy question, under the Category, CURRENT BUSINESS FACTORS. The answer is: Name 4 things in the news this month that will impact your practice. And, if you can tie these items together, you will WIN THE DAILY DOUBLE. REESE’S The impact of inflation is as much psychological as it […]
While the Olympics might have lost some of their previous glory and luster, the closing ceremony always draws a large crowd. What does such a ceremony tell us? What is it supposed to convey? In his book, “Setting the Table”, restauranteur Danny Meyer discusses how leaving patrons with a “good taste in their mouths” is […]