Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Climate change, myth and religion: Fighting climate change may need stories, not just data

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Leading Republicans see costly malpractice crisis -- experts don't

by Chad Terhune, Kaiser Health News   @CNNMoney January 8, 2017: 7:21 PM ET

As top Republicans see it, a medical malpractice crisis is threatening U.S. health care: Frivolous lawsuits are driving up malpractice insurance premiums and forcing physicians out of business....

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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

The Only Thing We Have to Fear Is Fear Itself

When President Franklin Delano Roosevelt gave his first inaugural address on March 4, 1933, he was advising an anxious nation that fear itself was the enemy. A feeling of despair was settling across America, causing a run on banks, a precipitous rise in unemployment, and a sharp drop in...

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Putting People to Work Is a Good Thing -- And a Good Investment

George R. Roberts, the co-founder of investment firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., recently wrote a piece in The Wall Street Journal about how social enterprise business entities are putting millions of Americans back to work. Those people would otherwise be locked out of the labor...

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I Finally Understand Why Most Small Businesses Don't Succeed

It finally occurred to me the other day why many small businesses don’t succeed. It is so obvious, I have no idea why it took me so long to draw this conclusion.
The reason that small businesses fail is because running a successful business has nothing to do with what your business...

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Monday, July 24, 2017

5 Lessons I Learned While Developing My Product

By Sara Rose Anderson, Britelites
A few years ago, after my daughter was born, I considered getting a serious makeover. Nine months of pregnancy will do that to you. Funky colors were calling my name but there was no way I could pull off blue hair at my conservative office job. My stylist...

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Make Money or Help Others? What My MBA Taught Me About Being 'Different'

While traveling for work, I sat next to a 26-year-old woman on a plane to Austin, Texas. She helped me relive a moment from my past that continues to be a reminder of the importance of being comfortable with who you are, especially if what you believe makes you “different.”

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