Trump stories do not age well, but if impeachment becomes a reality, history will look back on the days from this week as the moment the worm turned. Take a look at this price recapping the turbulent week, and postulating what it means for the future.
What does Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Tiger Woods, and Michael Jordan all have in common with you? You all have zero idea when your time will run out. You all are in a race against the clock that will eventually stop, and you could experience that moment at any time.
Blackrock CEO Larry Fink lobbied two-years ago to change from quarterly corporate earnings to semiannual. Trump recently tasked the SEC to examine the shift. Barry Ritholtz wrote an opinion piece on Bloomberg theorizing moving the other direction. Let's break it down.
History proves that focus, and investigative journalism collapse during economic booms. This typically brings a surprise, shock to the system resulting in a recession no one saw coming.
The New York Times recently had two editors respond to a college aged white woman's request to help her address her uneasy feeling of guilt about her white privilege. What does her fear, and their responses tell us about this sensitive topic? How else can we look at this?
Here are two modern-day examples of this message being carried out in life. We may never experience a moment requiring us to die for someone, but how can we use the courage of these two men in our daily lives to help our fellow brothers and sisters?
The 2018 midterms will decide the platform of the Democratic Party for 2020. A Red Wave will bring on a centrist/moderate pivot, whereas a Blue Wave will move the party further left. Let’s examine both potential outcomes.
You can only control so many things in your life. Things you cannot control have degrees of ease about how difficult or simple you can attempt to manage them. You should surround your life with issues, causes, and ideas that are within your control. This is how you can decrease stress, increase results, and allow yourself to stay more consistently optimistic in the process. How do you do it? Give it a read.
What an interesting time we live in. The majority of the world's richest people hold over half of the wealth. A lot of them have plans to put their wealth towards charitable organizations. Some of these people will put their wealth to organizations that they created. Others take part in venture capital and look for ideas and people to invest … Continue reading An Unrealistic Utopia
It's interesting how people chose to help on a particular cause. Making a difference is all about doing what you feel passionate about. It's also rewarding yourself for being selfless and not selfish. We all do it. Yet we all do it differently. Some people prefer prayer. It's their main MO. They pray for results. … Continue reading Making a Difference
How many articles, books, and videos are out there about weight loss? Too many. The jungle of content on such an important topic makes something so vital seem so difficult. Let's make it easy for all of us.
You can make positivity a part of your life. Flush your cynicism away. What value does it offer you? Imagine looking at every situation with an optimistic result as opposed to a cynical ending. Imagine how much better off you could be with that way of thinking.
Life will always bring you setbacks. Use this guide for how to move forward.
Are you lying to yourself? Are you so embedded in your lies that you are unaware of them? When was the last time you tracked your daily activities to see what you really do?
A utopian look at how America's homeless can be saved.
Change presents us with the following options. You can resist it. You can embrace it. You can be the one creating it. You fall into some combination of the three before mentioned lines. You cannot speak about change without discussing the past. You can begin by accepting the following principles. The past is gone The past … Continue reading Change. A series devoted to one word. Part 3
The New York Times came under scrutiny when being introduced by a UCLA professor over the weekend for ‘Two-Sided Journalism.’ You should read into this interesting attack on the Editorial and what it means to you, the reader.
A woman scaled the historic monument on the 4th of July. What does this tell us about the current state of peaceful protest in America?
Change presents us with the following options. You can resist it. You can embrace it. You can be the one creating it.
Trump will pick his second Justice in as many years. How will this impact the strategy of the Democratic Party moving forward?