We all talk of the "Perfect World," a world of collaboration ... a world where we work together for the greater good - a world of synergy. Maybe we use this as example ... just maybe. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzgJ6Mkkd-w ___________________________ I can be found on Twitter at @clayforsberg ___________________________ Related posts: The Medici effect Welcome to my … Continue reading Collaboration
About ten years ago I took a road trip from Los Angeles to visit my parents in Montana. After a couple weeks, I departed via my sister's place in Nebraska. When leaving Christy's place, I thought I'd try something. What if I made it all the way home to Southern California without touching an interstate … Continue reading Who’s not your community!
Often we equate our community with our geographic neighborhood ... the neighbor down the block (whether we really know him or not), the businesses in our town and sometimes our Facebook friends. I view my community little differently. It's my Tweeps on Twitter - it's Jennifer Sertl, it's Melissa Pardo, it's Dawna Mclean it's Jay … Continue reading Who is your community?
Imagine if you could close your eyes, click your heels - and find yourself somewhere else, somewhere where your personal little world was just like you wanted it to be. About fifteen years ago I started using the phrase, “Road to Your Perfect World.” It was used mainly in the context of my recruiting business. … Continue reading Welcome to my “Perfect World”
Every day there's a new article chronicling the plight of education in the United States. I just read one today in the Atlantic. Every pundit has a different scapegoat. It's the teachers. It's the teachers' unions. It's the parents. There's no money. The school day isn't long enough. Video games are the problem. Blah, blah, … Continue reading Why do we want our kids to fail?
I had a discussion yesterday with Sandy Maxey on Twitter about the unemployment issue here in the United States. Up till now, I've just had cursory thoughts about it. Everybody seems to have a solution. On one end we have full-scale government job creation intervention. And on the other, some profess in the unabashed free … Continue reading High unemployment is here to stay … so what are you going to do about it?
I originally wrote this post two years ago but with recent developments in Congress recently, it is might be even more relevant now than then. This last Thursday, the Republican led voted to cut $40 million out of the food stamp (SNAP) over a period of five years. For literally thirty years, I voted in … Continue reading The government isn’t going to help you … so get over it!