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LinkedIn and social media is now "mandatory" for success

According to Forbes.com, social media is at the center of helping acquire a job. It’s all about who you know and who they know. Certain people who play certain roles in our lives, each person is part of a category, whether it be, family, best friends from high school or college, longtime co-workers, and various other acquaintances. 109 more words

The Death Star Moon is a Thing? Where Have I Been?

I saw along the bottom of Bing (yes Bing.com, that’s my default new tab site and I actually enjoy the nice pictures they show each day) there was something about the Death Star Moon. 107 more words


Supply Side Reading 10-17-14

Thursday News: Steve Forbes writes the virus of bad money is undermining growth; Ralph Benko praises Peter Thiel’s new book “Zero to One,” echos Theil’s observation of a “power law” that rules the world. 123 more words

The Value of Trust and Integrity in Negotiating

If you don’t have integrity, you have nothing. You can’t buy it. You can have all the money in the world, but if you are not a moral and ethical person, you really have nothing. 577 more words

Lessons For CEOs

The Art of a Terrible Argument

Our lovely democratic internet is chock-full of the worst offenders of pathos-laden arguments. My favorite kind is the op-ed written by people whose opinions we ought to heed simply because of their place in our society. 718 more words


Racing Represents in the Forbes 400

The list of Forbes 400 Richest Americans was published this week, and pity the poor 133 billionaires that didn’t make the cut.

But five names familiar from racing did…a look at how they made their millions, what they did with them at the racetrack, and a mare who has foals owned by two of them. 44 more words