Maybe you’ve had a similar experience… You call your doctor’s office for an appointment because the nagging pain in your foot, back, or some other body part, isn’t getting any better. They say, “Of course, how’s Tuesday at 10am?” The difference now, though, is that Tuesday’s appointment will be virtual — held via a secure…

I’m often reminded of a line from Ernest Hemingway’s novel The Sun Also Rises, in which a character is asked how he went bankrupt. His answer: “Two ways. Gradually, then suddenly.” When dealing with change (bankruptcy-related or otherwise), there are often warning signs along the way — gradual shifts that are easy to dismiss as…

“If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up someplace else.” — Yogi Berra I just received my copy of Bloomberg Businessweek (yes, I’m the one who still gets it in physical form!). The cover article, “Not in the Mood,” explains that for the most part, since the start of the pandemic, Americans…

“A crisis is a terrible thing to waste.”— Stanford economist Paul Romer Yesterday afternoon, I logged into what must be my 150th Zoom conference. What was once an occasional event has turned into a daily barrage of virtual backgrounds and unknowingly muted speakers. Fortunately, it seems we are all getting better at this new reality. Well,…

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