Recently several high-profile people (Mark Zuckerberg, the NFL, etc) have seen their social media accounts hacked. And who can forget the TeamViewer madness that’s going on right now. Bottom line, we suck at passwords. But who can blame us? We need an account for everything these days. How can we possibly be expected to remember … Read more »
Here’s a rather fascinating article theorizing what would happen when a person falls into a black hole. I find it interesting in that it reminds me of Schrödinger… the person is simultaneously alive and dead, depending on the observer. It could happen to anyone. Maybe you’re out trying to find a new habitable planet for … Read more »
War Is a Racket is the title of two works, a speech and a booklet, by retired United States Marine Corps Major General and two time Medal of Honor recipient Smedley D. Butler. In them, Butler frankly discusses from his experience as a career military officer how business interests commercially benefit (including war profiteering) from … Read more »
Are you looking for a simple and straightforward method of being more productive at work? Of course you are! Who isn’t? In today’s age of jumping from one task right to another, and then getting pulled away to “put out a fire,” it’s a wonder we can get anything done at all! While there’s all … Read more »
“Starting here, what do you want to remember? How sunlight creeps along a shining floor? What scent of old wood hovers, what softened sound from outside fills the air? Will you ever bring a better gift for the world than the breathing respect that you carry wherever you go right now? Are you waiting for … Read more »
From Wikipedia: Think and Grow Rich is a 1937 motivational personal development and self-help book by Napoleon Hill and inspired by a suggestion from Scottish-American businessman Andrew Carnegie. While the title implies that this book deals with how to get rich, the author explains that the philosophy taught in the book can be used to … Read more »
Simon Sinek presents a simple but powerful model for how leaders inspire action, starting with a golden circle and the question “Why?” His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers — and as a counterpoint Tivo, which (until a recent court victory that tripled its stock price) appeared to be struggling.