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If America is Failing Today's Workers, What must we do

If America is Failing Today’s Workers, What must we do?

“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” John F. Kennedy   As the pandemic hit our country, our workers were already in distress from underemployment. On the surface, we were given glowing reports of the

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Waiting for Normal

Waiting for Normal?

Which Side of This Table Will You be Standing?   The world will not be going back to normal.   The last time many of us waited for the world to change,   We were unprepared to change ourselves.   The future of work is no longer in the future.

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My Last Pandemic

It was the early 80s. My first partner and I had just moved in together. He had just passed the California State Bar and gone to work for a big law firm. I was making good money in the staffing industry and getting concert dates in jazz clubs. We got

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A Few Alternatives to Easter

A Few Alternatives to Easter

I have never had issues with people of faith attending church and celebrating the story of Christ, except for this weekend.   Many of us have not yet had someone close to them fall victim to the Coronavirus. Two and a half weeks ago, Terrence McNally, one of our country’s

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Could Sheltering Become Your Turning Point?

Every generation gets an event that tends to shape their thinking, outlook, and behavior. In my personal experience, the current events that we are encountering today cannot help but create a re-set in most of our lives. There will be a profound positive change in our culture. Sadly, we will

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Who Wants To Be a Billionaire?

“Want to become a billionaire? Then help a billion people. The world’s biggest problems are the world’s biggest business opportunities.” Peter Diamandis – Co-Founder, X-Prize   History has long demonized wealth and the rich. The problem with blaming the rich is that the very people who point their fingers in

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