Why I Chose Engineering Over Philosophy, And Other Thoughts on Wasting Your 20s

I love philosophy. I took my first college philosophy class at 16 because I went through school one year ahead of myself and when I enrolled in high school at duPont Manual in Louisville, they let us take college classes at the University of Louisville our junior and senior years. One of the [...]

Push On The Hamstrings

“Unless, therefore, an executive looks for strength and works at making strength productive, he will only get the impact of what a man cannot do, of his lacks, his weaknesses, his impediments to performance and effectiveness. To staff from what there is not and to focus on weakness is wasteful - a misuse, if not [...]

How The HyperNovelty of Online Media Is Building a Generation of EntrepreLosers

They don’t intentionally lie to you, it’s just part of the game. The new new thing is always more interesting than reality. That is why the stuff you are learning is mostly crap.
I hear it regularly, as people tell me their business ideas that show a total lack of recognition of what business [...]

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