From the Desk of Linda Goldstein
I read recently about a restaurant owner who tried to deal with his difficult situation by pretending everything is OK… …when it definitely was not
I recently asked a business owner what her highest priority will be when her office reopens. With no hesitation, she said, “Revise our strategic plan.”
Last month, I shared the story of how “groupthink” in President John F. Kennedy’s administration led to the disastrous Bay of Pigs invasion.
Here’s the next chapter of that story: How JFK applied lessons learned from that setback to achieve his greatest foreign policy success.
When he became President in 1961, John F. Kennedy inherited a plan to invade Cuba and depose Communist leader Fidel Castro. Kennedy’s predecessor, Dwight D.
With the possibility of a recession looming over us, global warming threatening the future of our planet, and mass shootings horrifying us way too often,
“It’s easier to run for office than to run the office.” Former House Speaker Tip O’Neill Congratulations, you ran for public office and won! Campaigning
I recently saw a hilarious video clip from the third season of Saturday Night Live (SNL). Producer Lorne Michaels asks the Beatles (all still living
Local Governments & Energy Efficiency How can you save money, invest more resources in your community, fight climate change, and offset rising energy prices?