Category Archives: Improvement

Why Not Refill Instead of Recycle?


Big food companies are revisiting a very retro idea. Why not reuse instead of recycle? Consumers have learned that we haven’t really been recycling for the last 20 years. Instead, we just sent our garbage off to China. Once it … Continue reading

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A Krafty Lesson About 21st Century Consumers


The Golden Triangle is an interesting management concept. This magical object allows you to easily build any two sides. The third side, however, is more difficult, and expensive. “Good, Fast, Cheap” is one of the most common golden triangles. Want a good fast … Continue reading

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The Trump You Know


The 2016 election was a bit… strange. OK, it was VERY strange! Perhaps stranger than anything else in our lifetime! Today, we will look at just one of the Stranger Things. Specifically, how did Donald Trump win enough votes to become … Continue reading

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The Big Payoff: IDD Adult Employment


America is THE Capitalist nation. That’s why not just American citizens, but our Government, really needs to understand some basic Capitalist ideas. Like “Return on Investment” (ROI). For example, President Trump’s trillion-dollar tax cut was supposed to raise wages and pay for … Continue reading

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Is The Future Of Robotics… Just A Lot Of Garbage?


By now it’s common knowledge, robots are on the rise. There are robot checkouts in some stores, industrial robots in factories, and warehouse robots that ensure the prompt delivery of your Amazon orders. When the bugs are worked out in … Continue reading

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Capitalism 2.0: Pay For What You Use!


In the 2nd grade, my homeroom teacher loved to have unscheduled ethics tests. Her favorite was, “As you walk down the street, and you see a wallet lying on the ground. The wallet is filled with cash. What do you … Continue reading

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America’s Revolution Rolls On… Capitalism & Democracy Are Still Evolving and Improving the World!


During the recent G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan, President Donald Trump was asked what he thought about Vladimir Putin’s statement that “Western Liberalism” is becoming obsolete. Unfortunately, Trump didn’t know the difference between Classical Western Liberalism (the philosophy that created … Continue reading

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Impact Investing… The Next Wave Has Arrived


Impact Investing is a simple idea that is taking the world by storm. How did it become so important, so quickly? Continue reading

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Airplanes By The Numbers: The A380 Is Dead, The 737 Is Back In The Air, & The 787 is Grounded Again


As passengers squeeze into ever smaller seats for increasingly delayed flights, a war has been raging for between airline manufacturers. In America’s corner we have the Boeing Company, the world’s biggest Airplane manufacturer. In Europe’s corner we have AirBus, an … Continue reading

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ESG… Impact Investors Rank “Good Guy” Companies


What gives and investor the confidence to fund a business? Do you know if business you want to invest in is run by “Good Guys”? Continue reading

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