The resources of our nation are spread unequally, but we can help to fix that in small ways by offering to redirect our attention to those in need.
There can be obvious real-world consequences to confusing the worlds of fantasy and framing souped-up slice-of-life imagery as somehow predictive or inevitable.
Can a company have a point of view on elevated ideals, or are these polished notions just a bullhorn cry from the PR department?
TO: DJT, POTUS — You were unfit to hold the title of the executive office you won in election.
Ideas are always free. What we do with them is seldom without cost.
Reflections from the road.
Be cautious with the advice you seek. Be more cautious with the advice you offer.
An unexpected conversation with an Uber driver who was an Ethiopian immigrant got Ken Goldstein thinking about this question.
These songs are ours to enjoy, but they don’t belong to us. They don’t even belong to Paul or The Beatles. They belong to the world.
Who hasn’t compared themselves to others and come up short?
It’s the small things at work that can change everything, even if only for a moment.
Turbulence in business is the norm, not the exception.
Pay close attention and you can predict the outcome.
Cash cows, gadflies, creative destruction, and eating your own dog food.
Creative destruction is increasingly real and accelerating faster than ever. A new company comes, an old company goes. Brands emerge and evaporate before our eyes. Look forward with alacrity or don’t bother looking up from abandonment.
Stop beginning any spoken sentence with Candidly, Honestly, Quite Frankly, Truthfully, or To Tell You The Truth.