Just Be Candid

My grandmother is one of the most honest people I’ve ever met. How I could I ever forget the time I went to Hebrew School with my grandmother and heard her ask one of my friend’s mom if she was pregnant. She wasn’t. Honesty can be brutal Candor is one of the lost arts of […]

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A Connection Made

This post was originally posted at Conversation Agent. Thanks so much to Valeria Maltoni for hosting the series on Using Foresight to Provoke Strategy and Innovation. Technology is changing the world with amazing speed, and the more technology advances, the more we come to expect from it. This has a broad impact for the people, […]

Have A Happy Thanksgiving

I love Thanksgiving. In fact, it’s my favorite holiday. It’s funny how I went from a Hanukkah kid to a Thanksgiving adult. When I was a kid, Thanksgiving was just the holiday that came before the presents. But now, there’s nothing like kicking it with the family and enjoying endless plates of turkey and stuffing. […]

To Niche or Not to Niche?

That is the question… I spent the weekend with my cousin in San Antonio, TX.  He’s as close to a Godfather a Jewish kid can get.  After all, he held me during my bris.  My cousin is the typical Gen-X’er.  He lived through the tech boom, but like many other Gen X’ers, didn’t ride the […]