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July 23, 2017 0

Originally in Startup Grind by Twain Liu   Brace yourself for the main event Name a rapper (VC) that I ain’t influenced!  Ben Horowitz, keynote at Startup Grind Global, arrived on stage wearing a T-shirt with a […]

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Lesson 3 – Good Crew. Bad Crew

December 19, 2016 0

This is the third installment of my Sailing Lessons Series, we look at some qualities to find in your crew. In this series I explore a few good management lessons I’ve learned sailing my small boat. […]

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Lesson 2: Make the Most of What You Have

December 12, 2016 0

Second installment in the Sailing Lessons Series discusses the importance of creativity and invention in the effort to navigate your company through the rough seas. In this series I explore a few good management lessons […]

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Lesson 1: Buy the Best Equipment you Can Afford

December 5, 2016 0

Here is the initial installment of my Sailing Lessons Series. In this article, I will discuss the most important equipment you must invest in for your successful enterprise. In this series I explore a few […]

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Train the Way You’ll Fight

November 6, 2016 257

The best preparation for any rigorous struggle is to simulate it in a controlled environment as closely as possible. I share three tips to be ready when the time comes. by the Editor Dave McKenna […]


15 habits of self-made millionaires

April 30, 2017 0

…from a man who spent 5 years studying rich people by Tanza Loudenback in Business Insider on April 23, 2017 Success doesn’t crop up overnight. All self-made millionaires had to start somewhere. Much of their transformation […]

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    A decade-and-a-half after the dawn of social media marketing, brands are still learning what works and what doesn't with consumers.
  • Debt Redemption and Reserve Accumulation September 15, 2017
    This study by Laura Alfaro and Fabio Kanczuk examines how reserve accumulation affects governments’ decisions to default. The analysis assumes that countries can accumulate reserves and borrow internationally using their own currency. Results suggest that the optimal level of international reserves is fairly large because their cost is mitigated by valuation-smoothing gains. The model matches […]
  • Op-Ed: Google Engineer Deserved to be Fired by the CEO September 14, 2017
    Was CEO Sundar Pichai right to fire engineer James Damore after his condemnation of Google's diversitry initiatives? Of course, answers Bill George; treating colleagues as gender stereotypes rather than as individuals poisons the workplace.
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  • The Better is the Enemy of the Good September 12, 2017
    Previous research has shown that individuals’ self-serving responses to information may arise when payoff information is subjective or uncertain. This study by Christine L. Exley and Judd B. Kessler, in the context of charitable giving, shows that individuals’ ability to respond to payoff information in a self-serving way even includes situations when information is complete […]