Bob Kerrey of the New School believes that we are in the midst of a super-bubble that has been decades in the making. French history can offer us a lesson as to its outcome. Advertisements
1. Best World News Websites. 2. Podcasts by bestselling authors. 3. “Men who are anxious to win the favour of a Prince nearly always follow the custom of presenting themselves to him with the possession they value the most…so we often see princes given horses, weapons, cloth of gold, precious stones, and similar ornaments worthy of their high position…. I […]
A bit surprising to see that a telecommunications company is the largest donor in the past decade.
This one‘s for Reverend Green.
1. Talks from great modern authors. 2. Conservatives are quite a large swath of the U.S. 3. “Rhetoric is the instrument of error and deceit” – John Locke
The business of relationships may create added value to many firms.
The probability of luck can significantly increase if you use the right methods and tools.
History is strewn with events that seem to have no precedent nor no equal. Yet, we must remind ourselves that hardship cannot be comparatively viewed from the same lens.
A study found that confidence/cockiness in an advisor trumps experience. While this may not come as a surprise, it may account for mistakes that may have occurred in the present economy..well at least partially.
Neuro-enhancers have been used and abused for the past decade. Each decade seemed to have its own drug of choice: 1960’s (marijuana); 1970’s (cocaine); 1980’s (crack); 1990’s (ecstasy). What seems to have had a hidden prevalence in the past decade is prescription drugs. These drugs, while illegal without a prescription, are more socially acceptable yet have created an irresponsible group […]
There is growing sentiment that the Federal Reserve, a quasi-governmental branch, should be dismantled. It’s response to the economic crisis has been mixed. Most likely because there is no way to truly judge how well the Fed responded to a crisis that no human could fix.
1. The Philosophy of Success. 2. A speech by Russell Conwell. 3. “Don’t look for the meaning, look for the use.” – Wittgenstein
Men are being disproportionately affected by the recession. There have been recent studies that found that women make better managers. The current economy may lend a hammer for competent women to break through the glass ceiling.