Money can make us wealthy, but does it make us more moral? Or better?
This comment was by Eric Osterberg in reply to the post “Gay and Muslim in America” by Tim Rymel.
The USA consumes at a rate beyond compare. However, once in awhile we are given a chance to see behind the curtain and allowed to observe reality. However reality is not part of our narrative.
Is the American Dream a lie? What do you think?
Tom Matlack reflects on the world buzzing around him and wonders why there is the seemingly unquenchable thirst for “more”.
A dad holds on to hope that in a world of people pitted against one another, times are a changin’ for the world his children will grow up in.
Pejman Ghadimi shows us how losing can sometimes be the gateway to mastering The American Dream.
By mentoring young people, you can change lives, spread entrepreneurial values, and help grow the economy.
What does it mean to be a stray? Randall Frederick has a few ideas.
The real issue with male apathy toward education is how it’s framed. It’s a language problem.
This father is an entrepreneur at heart, but that isn’t the only reason he wants to teach his son to run a business. He believes it’s what men need to teach their sons in this economy.
Baby Boomers these days, am I right? A rundown of some harsh socioeconomic truths for a generation that needs to listen to their youngers.
Seth Trent explains how the suburban fantasy is moving aside to allow for a different definition of success.
What makes a great entrepreneur? Who achieves the American dream of prosperity and success through the application of sheer hard work, determination and innovation?
Adam Dyer wonders if shifting from a model of independence to interdependence would be better than relying on “war, conquering and oppression” for battles we just can’t win.
We need to progress from the language of “war, conquering and oppression” to a language of “respect, engagement and interdependence.”