I've explained to clients for a long time that they only have 100% of time and energy and talent. When someone grandiosely calls for "110%" I have no idea what's meant. Consequently, the question is where those resources and priorities are
Organizations and individuals who act responsibly realize that you have to earn more money than you spend. That's the secret to prosperity. And the key to that is to continue to improve your income, not to continue to reduce expenses.
I would just like to observe that HBO, the writers, actors, and all creative talent associated with Game of Thrones should be sued for malpractice. There is a perverse pleasure in watching a train wreck, but none at all in
We drove home from New Jersey to Rhode Island, a tad less than three hours, and with virtually no exception—cars, buses, 18-wheelers, motorcycles, et. al.—no one was driving at or under the speed limit. The traffic speed was reciprocal, more
When Harvard students protest because an attorney on the faculty agrees to serve as part of the defense team for Harvey Weinstein, you can continue with your morning coffee because no one ever accused Harvard undergraduates of being practical and
Our priorities today seem to be to immediately find out what's wrong with someone. Whether a political candidate, an appointee, a new hire, a potential promotion, a first date—we look for flaws and faults. And now, even if the person
In the latest Game of Thrones' (soporific) saga last night, the allies (Democrats) have begun to squabble among themselves, break promises, and drink heavily. They are resigned to losing to an omnipotent enemy whose followers they can't understand. They now
When you have to drop a fierce political viewpoint into every conversation, every casual exchange, everything you write, you're not just an advocate, you're a fanatic. Santayana defined a fanatic as someone who loses sight of his goals and consequently