Obama Will Soon Offer Plans to Create Jobs, and Conservatives Must Help

August 20th, 2011

By Dan Miller These novel ideas are all workable and truly bipartisan; they should appeal to libruls and conservatives alike. The country needs productive jobs, not counter-productive jobs. During his bus tour of the hinterlands aboard a new $1.1 million bus made in Canada (“the perfect coach for entertainers, sports stars, NASCAR drivers, executive travel, […]


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Change Your Performance Mindset

July 6th, 2011

By Dr. Jim Taylor When I work with businesspeople and companies, my first challenge is to convince them that profitability, whether individual or corporate, though important, should not be the primary focus. To persuade the often-resistant corporate brain trust, I introduce them to what I call the 3 Ps. Yes, at the top of the […]


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An Immodest Proposal

April 21st, 2011

By Brian Bagent I may be mistaken, but it has probably been a couple years since a trial-balloon was floated regarding implementing a Value-Added Tax (VAT) here in the States.  With the way the budget, revenue, and debt are being discussed, it is bound to come up again as a means to “solve” the problems […]


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Foundation of Stress Mastery

March 13th, 2011

By Dr. Jim Taylor A phrase you frequently hear in the business world is “stress management.” It’s supposed to be the process by which businesspeople learn to deal with their stress in a healthy way. But does managing sound like the ideal scenario? I don’t think so. Managing, for me, connotes just getting by, just […]


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Observations from the Kitchen Table

February 23rd, 2011

by Jane Thomas Maybe it is time to think more creatively about ways to make our government more responsive to the people. Observation #1 Countries run on two simultaneous tracks: an economic track and a political track.  On the economic track the two extremes are capitalism, where everything is privately owned, and communism, where everything […]


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