My mother passed away a few years ago, but she is with me every day. She is there in my values, my work ethics, and my priorities. I still chat with her, especially around Mother’s Day. Continue reading
You have probably heard of Dunbar’s number. It’s all about the size of our brain and our relationship groups. To be exact, it’s about the size of our neocortex relative to the rest of our brain. Continue reading
To be honest, the only thing Jared – yes, I mean Ivanka’s Jared – and I have in common is real estate. Deals and buildings are falling apart around us.
Jared has had his well-publicised problems with 666 Fifth Avenue, or Continue reading
Instead of covering minor matters such as politics, education, or living right, I am going to weigh in on a matter of great importance to families all around the world.
The crucial question of whether to choose Disney or Universal as your amusement park experience today. Tomorrow is another story. Continue reading
There was a time when flying was rare. When flying customers were treated as valued guests. When getting through the airport was a breeze.
Today it is all about going after our last dollar, euro, or whatever currency prevails. Making us so uncomfortable that we will pay anything to have some peace and quiet. Continue reading
People may call themselves leftists, rightists, or centrists, depending on their views. Few are happy to identify themselves as populists, however, even though there is nothing inherently wrong with Continue reading
For the first time in US history the president-elect has no experience in governing or in military leadership. The potential for overconfidence and recklessness is clear. Donald Trump is used to feeling confident in his business decisions, but has yet to experience how different running a country is.
Trump may not have meant to divide the country so deeply with his campaign, or to incite such aggression, but he did. Continue reading