heroes and villains
Heroes and Villains throughout history that have defined their industries and workflow as we know it today. Those we look up to, and those we learn mistakes from.
In Life, there are many things that are done in certain ways that may not be the "best" way to do things. Very often we end up finding that those ways can actually be VERY detrimental.
The Americanization of Kambili
In the bustling city of Chicago, where the skyline kisses the clouds, and the streets hum with the rhythm of a thousand stories, there lived a young woman named Kambili. Her roots traced back to Nigeria, a land of vibrant traditions and close-knit communities, but destiny had woven a unique tapestry for her—an American tale in the making.
Attachment And Non-Attachment In Our World
Anyone who knows me and follows my work knows that I think a lot - Perhaps more than is good for me. I was reading a couple of different articles today and something struck me.
Borrowing For Momentum
Perhaps it is only a fantasy of mine, but I know I have things to contribute to people--things which would be barterable for cash for living, in all aspects of the word--and know I can do something for them that is not only helpful, but elegant, inspiring, valuable, etc. It is the getting into that position that is, cut and dry, the issue.
AI, Leadership, Business, And The Future
Well, if you have been following any Business news lately, you will have heard a LOT about OpenAI. Yet, it is somewhat strange that for all that has occurred, and all that has been in the spotlight, there is still quite a bit of mystery around everything.
The Lie of Thanksgiving
I’m gonna start this off by saying that we do celebrate Thanksgiving. We cook a feast, and we eat. But you won’t see a Macy's parade on our television. Instead, it’s probably something to entertain young kids- that does not indulge in the massive disgusting, lie that is Thanksgiving.
Overcoming Quiet Quitting
Quiet Quitting is a huge problem for Organizations. According to Gallup, nearly 60% of Employees are doing it. When combined with Actively Disengaged Employees (Those ACTIVELY working against an Organization), this leads to $8.8 Trillion LOST every year.
Understanding the Shift
The Biden administration has faced a series of challenges since taking office, grappling with a multitude of issues ranging from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to economic recovery and social polarization. Over time, a portion of the American populace has expressed discontent, leading to a shift in support away from the current administration. This shift in sentiment has various underlying reasons, reflecting a complex interplay of factors.
The Grave Implications of Ukraine & Israel's Provocation to WWIII
The world is on the brink of a catastrophic event that could potentially lead to World War III. The recent actions of two key players, Ukraine and Israel, have put the United States in a precarious position and could drag them into a global conflict. The tension between these nations has been escalating and their actions are not only endangering their own citizens but also the rest of the world. In this blog post, we will delve into the grave implications of Ukraine and Israel's provocation to WWIII and the potential consequences it could have for all involved. This is a critical issue that must not be ignored, as the future of our world may be at stake.
Douglas Macgregor's Bold Perspective on the Regional War
Understanding Douglas Macgregor's Foreign Policy Perspective Douglas Macgregor has gained a reputation for his bold and unconventional opinions on military strategy and foreign policy. His unique perspective stems from his extensive experience in combat and strategic planning. Macgregor's approach challenges traditional notions of warfare and offers a thought-provoking analysis of global conflicts. By understanding Macgregor's foreign policy perspective, we can delve into his insights and gain a deeper understanding of his views on the potential for a broader regional war. His perspective offers a fresh take on the complex dynamics at play in global conflicts and provides valuable insights into the implications it could have on the international stage.
Why Douglas MacGregor Thinks Gaza Conflict is Spilling Over
Former US Army Colonel Douglas MacGregor has been a vocal critic of the ongoing conflict in Gaza, and he has recently made headlines with his bold statement that the situation has escalated into a regional war. In a recent interview, MacGregor did not mince words as he called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu an "idiot" for his handling of the conflict. This controversial statement has sparked debate and raised questions about the true impact of the Gaza conflict, and whether it has indeed spilled over into a larger, more dangerous regional conflict. In this blog post, we will explore MacGregor's views and delve deeper into the current state of affairs in Gaza.
I typically like to rewatch a film before writing about it, but I've seen Oliver Stone's JFK so many times in my life, that I don't really think it's necessary. I know the film like the back of my hand, having sat through it many times, exalting over its recreation of a historical period receding further and further away from us, as time moves on.