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  • Alexius McCoy
    Published 2 years ago
    How To Budget Successfully

    How To Budget Successfully

    Budgeting is not something you typically learn in school, but it is a life skill that everyone needs to know and master. I will show you how I learned to budget as a kid and how I adapted it to my adult and entrepreneurial life.
  • M Yo
    Published 2 years ago
    Gideon - The First Psychologist

    Gideon - The First Psychologist

    The father of psychology is widely known as Wilhelm Wundt, who established the first research laboratory dedicated to psychology, in Leipzig in 1879 (Braisby & Gellatly, 2005)
  • Frank White
    Published 2 years ago
    My Father Taught Me The Three Fundamentals of Success

    My Father Taught Me The Three Fundamentals of Success

    I was reminded of my father today. He passed away a long time ago. One of the most interesting effects of time is its ability to heal wounds and amplify strengths. If I let time mesmerize me, my father was a saint. When the clock stops its hypnotic ticking, I realize that he was far less holy, but he really was an amazing teacher.
  • Patty Ramsen
    Published 3 years ago
    Feminism for Women in 1970s Finance Professions

    Feminism for Women in 1970s Finance Professions

    When a group of feminists marched down to Wall Street in the 1970s they were met with something akin to apathy. There was little sympathy in the world of bulls and bears for women's liberation, particularly among the more successful women in the finance professions.
  • Matt Cates
    Published 3 years ago
    Work, Kids, College, Rotate

    Work, Kids, College, Rotate

    Hard to type an essay on Gothic literaturebouncing a baby on your knee. But with each bound of the red-headed binky sucker, I reminded myself: “This is what you wanted, man.”
  • Frank White
    Published 3 years ago
    Why Were Cigars a Symbol of Corporate Success?

    Why Were Cigars a Symbol of Corporate Success?

    Winston Churchill, John F Kennedy, Bill Clinton, Stalin and Che Guevara – political icons on both sides of the divide – are all well known for their companion piece, the cigar. Men of wealth, and power, have historically indulged in the consumption of fine handcrafted cigars imported from Cuba and Central America. Membership to this club however, has not been the sole domain of politicians, gangsters and movie stars. Cigars have also become an indulgence for the super wealthy, powerful ad men, corporate lawyers and business magnates. In a dog-eat-dog world, where very few rise to the top of the corporate ladder, cigars have become synonymous with the penultimate success.