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Pandemic Lessons (Not) Learned

May 22nd, 2020 No Comments

Thanks to the Sedition Act, everybody had to make their own calculation about what activities were safe and what precautions were necessary.


Why Did We Give It All Up So Easily?

May 16th, 2020 No Comments

Best of all, it operates invisibly. Bosses don’t need to give bonuses because the goof-off time between tasks is usually reward enough.


About Those “Pre-existing Conditions”

May 9th, 2020 No Comments

Pre-existing conditions are being exploited by the virus is ways that should terrify us.


What Are You Missing Most? (Let’s Chat)

May 8th, 2020 No Comments

How do we plan for the unplanned, support serendipity, and create coincidences?


Craft A New Future For Yourself

May 4th, 2020 No Comments

Other maladies will require substantial self-care. Pay attention. You will feel vulnerable in new ways. If that doesn’t happen to you, recognize your privilege and reach out empathetically to others.


On the Edge, But Which Side?

May 1st, 2020 No Comments

Jill sees holes she never saw before. She wasn’t in that group who doesn’t have $400 to spare, but now she is.


Add Another Name to Biden’s Short List

April 26th, 2020 No Comments

She’s Latina. She draws huge crowds. She might get young people to actually vote.


We Have Much to Fear, Including Lack of Fear Itself

April 2nd, 2020 No Comments

But now we’re encountering a bug that doesn’t care about our mood. It cares what’s in our lungs, not what’s in our minds. Fear is no longer a tool of the enemy. In fact, it’s mostly an ally.


Three Ideas to Improve the Next Stimulus Package

March 27th, 2020 No Comments

How can any direct subsidy to Americans be targeted to reach the greatest need? The solution might be deceptively simple.


Social Distancing Gives Us a Sporting Chance

March 27th, 2020 No Comments

We should stop caring about money and start caring for one another. Idling our economic engines buys us what we need most — time.