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Building an ideal business will definitely set up a platform for an ideal financial life. There is nothing like a successful business; rather, we have successful people who have been able to communicate their success into their business. 960 more words

Personal Spiritual Development

The McDonaldization of pretty much everything...part 3

Part 3 of a series

Ray Kroc’s vision for American dining was a success is laughable understatement. His unparalleled success has made McDonald’s the envy of all budding restaurant tycoons and become the model for franchise lines – from direct competitors like Wendy’s to Starbucks. 832 more words

American Culture

Derek Jeter Becomes 1st Black CEO of Major League Baseball Team, the Miami Marlins

via tvone.tv

Former New York Yankee Derek Jeter has officially become the first African-American CEO of a Major League Baseball team. The 43-year-old, is also part owner of the… 121 more words


The McDonaldization of pretty much everything...part 2

Part 2 of a series

“Most specifically, irrationality means that rational systems are unreasonable systems. By that I mean that they deny the basic humanity, the human reason, of the people who work within or are served by them.” – George Ritzer 

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Premier League TV income impasse: are we on the brink of an all-Euro Super League?

Controversy over how to divvy up the revenues means uncertainty in England. The outcome of these deliberations could move us closer to a European SuperLiga… 1,469 more words


Kendrick Lamar to Be Keynote Speaker at Forbes Under 30 Summit

by Zane Warman via billboard.com

Kendrick Lamar will be Forbes’ keynote speaker at their fourth annual Forbes Under 30 Summit. The four-day gathering will take place at Boston’s City Hall Plaza and feature several addresses by young artists, entrepreneurs and activists, including… 141 more words


We need a good word for "green-ness" and "sustainability isn't it. What about "resilience"?

“Sustainability” and “resilience” aren’t the same thing, and nobody knows what “green” means, anyway.

I have become a bit more irritated these days about linguistic sloppiness. 2,043 more words