Does each generation work through a collective definition of what it means to sell-out? I’m using sellout here to mean the trading of values for money, sometimes in the name of survival (“we sold out it’s good!”) and other times in the name of betrayal (“they used to be good until they sold out”). Gen-X, … Continue reading Gen-X And Selling Out
This is an eclectic playlist with multiple musical “rabbit holes” to fall down - so buckle in. There’s a healthy back and forth between older music, newer music, and it all feels somehow referential. Cultivate your inner musicologist with me. Here’s the list, copied twice with a notated version below. The iTunes link is https://itunes.apple.com/us/playlist/2018-april/pl.u-vxy6Kd6TLApAY … Continue reading Sunday Music: Playlist for April 2018
The kids are going to be alright. The March for Our Lives demonstration in Washington, D.C. along with some 800 sister rallies took place this weekend. It hasn’t been long since the February 14 Parkland, Florida School shooting, yet we’ve already seen a community develop with a (mostly) codified message of “Never Again.” We even … Continue reading March For Our Why’s
With the release of the annual Berkshire Hathaway letter this weekend, Warren Buffett is out making the rounds. Apparently, he’s been on CNBC all morning - as the push notifications to my phone keep reminding me. Now don’t get me wrong - I loves me some Buffett, but I’d be lying if I didn’t admit … Continue reading Don’t Just Bite Buffett, Think For Yourself
Confession: I have a fear of numbers. It stems back to a bad experience with fractions in the 4th grade. If there’s a reason I’m surviving at all in the finance industry, you can probably find it somewhere between my instant empathy for any other person’s numerophobia, and my assumption that everyone else knows more … Continue reading You’ve Got Your Seinfeld MBA, So What’s Next?