Shutdown? NO! Startups!

Since we’re now celebrating / lamenting the 3rd day of our national government’s inability to agree to and operate by a budget, I thought I’d share just five of my ideas (I have LOTS more!) for how we could rid the national government of some of its waste, and making certain government … Keep reading >>>

What did you expect?!?

You could apply the title of this post to just about anything in life, especially relationships, both personal and professional. It is my experience that the vast majority of all disagreements and strife in any relationship come from unmet expectations.

That said, I’m not getting that deep here again for … Keep reading >>>

September 11

Today, September 11, is split into two parts for me. Part one, since we were there first, is the joyful reminder that on this day 20 years ago, I married the woman who would make me into the man I am today. Those who know me now but did not know … Keep reading >>>

If it moves, automate it

Ronald Reagan once said, “Government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it.”

I have a similar take on startups and business processes and problems in general: … Keep reading >>>