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What if the Turmoil Isn't Political?

What if the Turmoil Isn’t Political?

By David Harder on the September, 7, 2018

If ever there was a time when America was at risk, it is right here and right now.   However, I am not pointing a finger at politics.   I am suggesting that underemployment is creating the kind of turmoil that sets the stage for the politics at hand.   […]


Why Brick & Morter Retailers Are Joining the Boneyard

Why Brick & Morter Retailers Are Joining the Boneyard

By David Harder on the August, 22, 2018

#Americans have a great thirst for buying large quantities of things at the cheapest price possible.   This thirst has led many consumers to lower their standards of the “customer experience” and far too many CEOs are buying into that notion, setting a low bar with disengaged workers, shoddy check-out […]


The #1 Way to Get a Raise - with Total Integrity

The #1 Way to Get a Raise – with Total Integrity

By David Harder on the August, 11, 2018

“I just believe that the way that young people’s minds develop is fascinating. If you are doing something for a grade or salary or a reward, it doesn’t have as much meaning as creating something for yourself and your own life.” Steve Wozniak   For several decades, I’ve have helped […]


The Man Who Taught Me Unlearning

The Man Who Taught Me Unlearning

By David Harder on the August, 7, 2018

“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.”   Alvin Toffler – Futurist   It has been said that love & hate cannot occupy the same space.   The same can be said of truth […]


The One Moment That Determines Our Success or Mediocrity

The One Moment That Determines Our Success or Mediocrity

By David Harder on the August, 5, 2018

Our country is in the midst of a behavioral plague. It is rooted in our growing persistence of seeking comfort rather than taking action.   If there is any doubt here are just a few pre-virtual reality statistics: America consumes over 80% of the world’s legal and illegal drugs. We […]


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What Do We Tell Her About The Future of Work?

By David Harder on the July, 30, 2018

Today’s college graduates will change careers, not jobs, 4-6 times.   In the Industrial Revolution, we found a good job, which gave us predictability and survival. By and large, political and religious leaders, our educational system and parents fell in line pushing the promise of predictability and survival over fulfillment. […]


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Does Your Tribe Own or Support You?

By David Harder on the July, 10, 2018

For millions of years, humans have had a behavioral urgency in belonging to tribes. In the game of success, it is a fundamental mistake to develop the delusion of adequacy, that our independence from others is going to lead to anything other than isolation. For most of us, tribes wield […]


Is Sending Spam Killing Your Business?

By David Harder on the June, 21, 2018

SPAM is taking e-mail, which is a wonderful tool, and exploiting the idea that it’s very inexpensive to send mail. – Bill Gates   Years ago, Xerox was faced with its biggest business crisis to date. Ronald Reagan had just eliminated trade tariffs. The influx of new copier equipment turned […]


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If Life is So Much Better, Why is the News so Bad?

By David Harder on the June, 16, 2018

When today’s children reach adulthood, they will lead far better lives than their parents. For example, the large gains in our standard-of-living, for all intents and purposes, will continue to grow. Repetitive and tasked-based work will primarily be a thing of the past. Based on conservative projections, today’s average income […]


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What Will You Do With Freedom?

By David Harder on the June, 4, 2018

One of the most valuable books I devoured this past year is Kevin Kelly’s The Inevitable. In it, Kelly, who is one of the tech industry’s most respected journalists, talks about ten emerging technologies that are going to transform how we live, work, communicate and even think. The gist is, […]


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