Donald Trump hiring Rudy Giuliani as his White House attorney is a little like hiring a fox to protect a chicken. Trump rebuffed his “old friend” for a cherished role as U.S. Secretary of State, telling some people that he was past his prime, and now the President may be paying a price for that.
What is the meaning of life? This is a question that humankind has asked for centuries. It is not a question that everyone asks, at least not seriously. Rather it is a question asked by people of a certain mindset – people who have a tendency to ponder the meaning of things and of existence.
Pundits talk about Donald Trump’s “narcissism” but they miss the point entirely that much of his behavior can be understood, explained and predicted by understanding his personality type. Donald Trump is a consummate ENTJ in the Myers-Briggs personality type system. Here are some key characteristics of ENTJ’s: They are natural commanders and make excellent generals
Tired of forgetting important usernames or passwords? For years I kept mine in a small spiral-bound notebook on my desk. At home. The problem was, when I was at work, I could not access that notebook. So a couple of years ago I came up with a better solution which I use daily and can
I have been working for years on the idea that we all have the choice of viewing reality at different levels, with different consequences. Years ago I heard a Nobel prize-winning biologist deliver a lecture in which he said, “The purpose of life is the procreation of the germ plasm.” The germ plasm is the
Marketing evolved mostly in the second half of the 20th Century as an outgrowth of the efforts of large corporations to increase their sales in an organized manner. Although the Internet has had a profound effect on the practice of marketing, it is still as much art as it is science in actual practice. There
I have long been fascinated with the power of intention. It was made popular by “The Secret” a couple of years ago but I have also read Wayne Dwyer’s “The Power of Intention” and also the book called “The Intention Experiment.” I was reminded of this today when I went to the grocery store for