Aug 17, 2018
TODAY’S REALITY We only need to read a few books or listen to a few podcasts on personal productivity or effectiveness to realize a common theme — that each of us should spend our time in the areas of our unique skills and value....
Jul 26, 2018
Once a year, we take a fishing trip to the greater expanses of the northern Canadian wilderness. A 24-hour drive northwest from Cleveland, this middle-of-a-nowhere of trees and lakes is accessible only by an old de Havilland Otter pontoon...
Jul 19, 2018
For almost the next 15 years, every day more than 10,000 baby boomers will retire or consider retiring. The first wave of retirement for this Boomer generation already began about five years ago. And for those already retired, it may be...
Jul 12, 2018
For even the casual sports fan, the 2018 FIFA World Cup "football" (a.k.a. soccer) tournament has been absolutely thrilling. One of the most exciting stats so far is that four matches have resulted in ties after 90 minutes and two...
Jun 28, 2018
Picture this: It is 1609 and a new invention — the Dutch Telescope, a.k.a. the "spyglass" — is captivating audiences everywhere. Developed by eyeglass maker Hans Lippershy, this early refracting telescope was the first to use a convex...
Jun 21, 2018
What a week! Many described last week's cavalcade of world economic events as the most important week of 2018, including Bloomberg. For macroeconomic geeks (like us) it delivered. Let's take it day-by-day: Monday The week started out...

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