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4 months ago

Post from Jim Murray

Jim Murray · See this guy? Big time General in the USA. Made a big decision toward the end of the Trump presidency to make sure that Trump would not idiotically (like he did everything else) start a war with China. But with the way things are in the US these days, this guy will probably get t ...

6 months ago

Quitting Stupid.

Robert Cormack · How to quit a job without feeling the slightest bit guilty or violated. · “I have no problem quitting things, because I have a horror of boredom.” Laura van den Berg · I’ve always known when to leave a stupid job. I’ve even quit a few agencies after a couple of weeks. They were · ...

1 year ago

Myths about COVID 2

Royce Shook · This was published in Medical News Today. All data and statistics are based on publicly available data at the time of publication. Some information may be out of date. · Myth 3: Vitamin C can fight SARS-CoV-2 · Vitamin C is another essential nutrient that has received a lot of ...

1 year ago

When Incremental Leadership Fails to Contain a Pandemic

Jim Taggart · Dr. Li Wenliang was born on October 12, 1986, in Beizhen, China. He died on February 7, 2020, in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province. He was 33 years old. He died unnecessarily. · An ophthalmologist, Dr. Li sent an urgent message in late December to his peers about his growing c ...

1 year ago

We Need a Leadership Monsoon of Stewardship

Jim Taggart · Planet Earth is experiencing a whole lot of hurt. · Human activity and its relentless push for economic growth, accelerated by emerging economies that wish to elevate their standards of living to replicate those of the West, is contributing to rising sea levels due to climate cha ...

1 year ago

Do you take care of your grandkids?

Royce Shook · I have a friend that spends an inordinate, I think, time looking after is grandchildren not just from one of his children but both of them. He does not complain but sometimes he says he is tired and doesn’t know why. He attributes it to be older and to not being in good shape. I ...

2 years ago

What Can Business Leaders Learn from Military Cultures?

Jim Taggart · There have been plenty of parallels drawn in the past between military and civilian leadership – at least in an industrialized Western nation context. However, we North Americans have the tendency to perceive that the world begins and ends on our continent, and that other culture ...

2 years ago

How to Unlock the Hidden Knowledge in Your Organization

Jim Taggart · Are you fed up watching talented co-workers walk out the door–regardless of reason–taking valuable knowledge with them? · No, we’re not talking theft of intellectual or physical property, but rather what’s called tacit knowledge, the stuff that resides between our two ears: the k ...

2 years ago

The Aberration At The Top

Jim Murray · This is a rant. It’s not sugar-coated or politically correct. But the essence of it is simple…it’s me being pissed off and fed up with all the bullshit floating around out there and magnifying a tiny speck of it as I am wont to do every so often. · So if this is something tha ...

2 years ago

Boosting Brain Power

Royce Shook · There are many ways to boost your brain power, and they are simple ideas that don’t take a great deal of your time. The following can be done every day in less than 15 minutes a day. · Every day you take tens of thousands of breaths but did you know that 20% of the oxygen you inh ...

3 years ago

Retirement and Age around the world

Royce Shook · The people in Russia are angry that the retirement age for women is being raised from 55 to 63 and for men, it is rising from 60 to 65. This is a big upheaval and change in their society. As I was reading about the unrest, I thought what is seen as the official age to retire arou ...

3 years ago

Leading in a Spiderweb World: Do You See the Connections?

Jim Taggart · In an earlier post I talked about the forces of change: how events are more predictable than people wish to admit and the role of ethical leadership during tumultuous times. Today, we’ll look at some of the main drivers of change and their inter-connectedness. · Below are eight m ...

3 years ago

Listen To The Anarchists….They Might Be Right

Jim Murray · Well, it’s Friday. Time for another rant. This is what has been bugging me on a week that saw Donald Trump nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, while at the same time admitting that he paid off a porn star for her silence about an affair he had with her. These are strange days inde ...

3 years ago

Six Practical Tips to Help You Stay Focused and On Track

Jim Taggart · We’re living in volatile times. No one seems to have a clue what’s happening to the economy: Is inflation about to accelerate, leading to steady increases in the central bank rate? Is the stock market due for a major correction? Is the rise in artificial intelligence about to sta ...

3 years ago

Green Tea Health Benefits

Royce Shook · According to legends, tea was discovered by a Chinese emperor about 5,000 years ago. This Chinese emperor was boiling water to the belief that it can become more portable and safer to drink. When suddenly a large gust of wind took over and blew the leaves into the water that’s bo ...

3 years ago

Cancer Prevention and Green Tea Intake

Royce Shook · I was going to post this information yesterday. However, yesterday my friend sent me the picture of his new puppy and I was excited for him, that I posted my thoughts on dog training instead of the post I had scheduled (in my mind's eye) on Cancer and Green tea. · Cancer is one o ...

4 years ago

Why (older) men should do housework

Royce Shook · Easy answer, it is good for your health, both physical and mental and it can help your relationship. In a new report Why older men should do more housework, published in January 2018 written by Honor Whiteman and fact-checked by Jasmin Collier, researchers have found that every d ...

4 years ago

Why 2017 Will Be A Year We’d Love To Forget But Shouldn’t

Jim Murray · ~~~ This is the last post of the year for me. So I'd like to take this opportunity to thank everybody who reads this stuff, and has stuck with me through thick and thin. I am ready to kick some ass next year and do my little bit to help the world get back on track. Hope you feel ...

4 years ago

The Unsustainable Business Model Called America

Jim Murray · There is a passive-aggressive civil war going on in America right now. · Anybody who doesn’t live there and has a couple of brain cells to rub together can see this very clearly. · Even a lot of people in America can see this. But, for one reason or another, they are either ignor ...

4 years ago

The Joy of Tracking

CityVP Manjit · First one should read this : · China’s CCTV surveillance network took just 7 minutes to capture BBC reporter · Is this an Orwellian nightmare, or a way to sleep easier at night knowing facial recognition technology aided by artificial intelligence can pinpoint anyone within site ...

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