The Big Problem with Our Big Ideas

Driving all day in a compact car with three kids (all of us under the age of 7) couldn’t have been the most relaxing experience for my mom.  But, since tying your children to the roof of a moving vehicle is illegal in most states, the next best alternative was to turn up the music and hope that the […]

Pivoting in Response to Inevitable Automation

In his book “The World Is Flat”, Thomas Friedman prophesies of a global leveling of market competition, due largely in part to the rapid pace at which technology is advancing. Today, nine years later, the evidence of a “flat world” surrounds us. Innovative technology is barreling towards proving Zuboff’s first law of information technology – […]

Decisions, Distractions & Diamonds

As we hit our stride in the market, and the things we’ve focused so much of our time, money and attention on begin to work, we’re faced with a new challenge. Distractions disguised as opportunities start coming out of the woodwork. So we have to make choices. Do we jump on the shiny object in […]