According to the economics of the industrial age, it’s simple: Money spent creates output. If you use less labor or your system creates more output, your factory is being more efficient.
Machines can be more productive than people because once they’re set up, they create more output per dollar spent. Lowering labor costs is the goal of the competitive industrialist, because in the short run,…
Beautiful track from one of the most inspiring artist in my life. Enjoy the track, go on a drive and relax, because its a weekend :)
If your elevator pitch is a hyper-compressed two-minute overview of your hopes, dreams and the thing you’ve been building for the last three years, you’re doing everyone a disservice. I’ll never be able to see the future through your eyes this quickly, and worse, if you’ve told me what I need to know to be able to easily say no, I’ll say no.
The best elevator pitch doesn’t pitch your project. It…
In the face of billions of dollars of destruction, of the loss of life, of families distrupted, it’s easy to wonder what we were so hung up on just a few days ago. Many just went face to face with an epic natural disaster, and millions are still recovering. Writer’s block or a delayed shipment or an unreturned phone call seem sort of trivial now.
We’re good at creating drama, at avoiding…
Two very simple truths:
a. Don’t waste your time initiating relationships that aren’t going to thrive and benefit both sides.
b. Productive connection requires mutual trust. You can’t empathize with someone you don’t trust.
If you enter an engagement filled with wariness, alert for the scam, the inauthentic and the selfish, you’ll poison the relationship before it even starts. Those you deal with…
It feels great in Celebrating one year to this very epic trip. Please do enjoy the video and drop in your comments. It would be great to have more suggestions, ideas about anything you all wish to talk on.
If you wish to read about what happened on this very journey please follow the link.
Enjoy the moments for they might never come back !
A story of a motocross racer who takes his less than experienced father on an incredible journey through the Himalayas.
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Tom Rossi “Salma Har”
Banks should close at 4, books should be 200 pages long, CEOs should go to college, blogs should have comments, businessmen should be men, big deals should be done by lawyers, good food should be processed, surgeons should never advertise, hit musicians should be Americans, good employees should work at the same company for years…
Find your should and make it go away.
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