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Is Business Advice from the 19th and 20th Century Still Valid in the Internet Age?

There is no question that we are currently in an age when the fundamental economics of business success are being rewritten almost daily.  The internet and 24/7 connectivity, coupled with global transparency and compounded by breakneck technological advances in all fields have made … Continue reading

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A Backpack Full of . . .

Most parents understand the problems of children stuffing their school backpacks with too many books, papers, calculators, pens, rulers and all sorts of stuff. It is painful to watch young children struggling with heavy backpacks, and not good for their … Continue reading

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Life Lessons . . . from Tragedy

Ever more people today have the means to live, but no meaning to live for.     -Viktor E. Frankl As a young man in college during the 60’s (in California no less) I found myself questioning things I had previously … Continue reading

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