Tag: American Enterprise Institute

The Justice/Progress Dilemma For Leaders

“…the good is the true goal of all our striving, and in our souls we are quite certain that such a thing actually exists,...

Beyond Inbox Zero: The Science Of Work Life Balance

Tara Oakman knows what it’s like to work in a high stress, adrenaline-fueled, always-on 21st century workplace. A few years back, she was up...

Stop the Micromanagement Madness

“Trust is a core currency of any relationship. Sometimes our need to control and micromanage everything erodes our confidence in ourselves and others. The...

Hands Off! Ways To Avoid Capital Gains Tax

From Flickr Many of our readers will agree with me that capital gains tax is economically senseless. This particular type of tax only serves to...

Let’s All Be Brave – Do Not Fear

A friend of mine took one of those Facebook tests to see what scripture verse was suggested for her. Seeing that verse posted on her...

Intentions, Not Resolutions

Good morning. Good afternoon. Good evening. Whenever you read this, it’s good. You’re covered. I’ve been thinking. In a few hours we will be...

How Hard Is It To Rig An Election?

Rachael V. Cobb, Suffolk University How do you rig an election? Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump claims our system of elections are rigged. He has asserted...

Glaring Flaws That Will Trip Up Your Business From The Get-Go

We all know that getting into business takes a lot of courage and a lot of luck. It’s full of opportunities and risks that...

Are We Human Beings Or Human Capital?

NOT LONG AGO a colleague shared a story with me about a layoff that happened in her company. All employees in the affected departments...

Seller Financing After Dodd-Frank

The provisions of Dodd-Frank have been in place just under a year and a half, having come into effect on January 10, 2014, and...