Voting For Donald Trump’s Re-election is an Evil Act

In Part 1, I laid out my analysis of President Donald Trump and the petty nature of his evil. But in recent months, his evil has taken a dangerous and disturbing turn. On September 23, during a White House press briefing, he was asked: “Win, lose, or draw in this election, will you commit here, … Continue reading Voting For Donald Trump’s Re-election is an Evil Act

Donald Trump and the Pettiness of Evil

With the 2020 U.S. Presidential election just days away, I wanted to make my feelings clear. In this post, I’ll discuss the nature of President Donald Trump’s evil, and in my next post, I’ll argue for why every American, whether liberal or conservative, should not vote for him. As many other writers have noted, it … Continue reading Donald Trump and the Pettiness of Evil

What The World Series Can Teach Us About Covid-19

Last night, my hometown baseball team, the Los Angeles Dodgers, won the World Series for the first time since 1988. I can still remember the 1988 World Series, which featured Kirk Gibson’s famous walk-off home run in Game 1 (my dad and I started off watching the game at our local Shakey’s pizzeria, and finished … Continue reading What The World Series Can Teach Us About Covid-19

Why The Index Card Is My Most Important Productivity Tool

We live in a world that obsessed with productivity, technology, and productivity technology. Conduct a Google search, or look in any app store, and you’ll find a seemingly endless supply of productivity tools. Yet despite all this amazing technology, do you feel like you’re more productive today than you were 10 years ago? I’m both … Continue reading Why The Index Card Is My Most Important Productivity Tool

Announcing The Global Scaling Academy Community

I’m excited to announce that we are opening the doors to the Global Scaling Academy in 16 days (October 15).  One of the things I love about being an author, investor, and mentor is getting the chance to work with amazing people. It’s one of the things I miss most during this pandemic. That’s why … Continue reading Announcing The Global Scaling Academy Community

US 2020 Presidential Debate: Trump-Biden I (Biden wins by decision)

My quick presidential debate takes: 1) I wish I had those two hours back. 2) President Trump was energetic, but came across as a mendacious bully. His best moment was probably when he challenged his opponent to name a law enforcement organization that had endorsed him and Biden was rescued by the clock running out … Continue reading US 2020 Presidential Debate: Trump-Biden I (Biden wins by decision)

Statement by the players of the Milwaukee Bucks

When the NBA Players Association voted to resume play, one of the reasons was to give its players a greater voice on social justice issues. Tonight, the Milwaukee Bucks exercised that voice by electing not to play in their scheduled game, triggering a cascade that resulted in the cancellation of all scheduled NBA and WNBA … Continue reading Statement by the players of the Milwaukee Bucks

Higher Wages = Higher Profits

Anyone who has ever run a company knows that it is critical to control wage costs. How often have you been discussing a job candidate’s salary request and said, “I think we should pay more than they’re asking”? In our mind, there is an unwritten rule that says, “Pay people as little as you can … Continue reading Higher Wages = Higher Profits

The Cancellation Conundrum

One of the many divisive issues of the current time is the concept of “cancellation.” For the sake of argument and expedience, I’m going to use the old rhetorical chestnut and cite Merriam-Webster: “To cancel someone (usually a celebrity or other well-known figure) means to stop giving support to that person. The act of canceling … Continue reading The Cancellation Conundrum