Entrepreneurship · Home Life · Leadership · Spirituality

Experimental Society 1

In Experimental Society 1, resources are distributed to every person in such a way that everyone can live comfortably, with adequate shelter, enough food, entertainment, etc. so that no one is left wanting. People choose projects they want to work on, and there are no boundaries to what they do. Resources for projects are allocated… Continue reading Experimental Society 1

Professional Development

The Greatest Indignities Suffered by Corporate Office Workers

My countdown of the worst indignities suffered by those who work in corporate office space: #10: Inflexible work schedule. While this is getting better, it’s amazing how many corporations still require all employees to be in the office from 8am until 5pm Monday through Friday. #9: Putting up with people’s bad work habits. They don’t… Continue reading The Greatest Indignities Suffered by Corporate Office Workers

Entrepreneurship · Professional Development · Selling Yourself

The Pitch By Chris Sacca

Chris Sacca is a venture capitalist out of the San Francisco Bay Area and was recently featured on NPR’s radio programĀ “This American Life.” If you missed it, you should download the podcast from here. The second story of the podcast describes one wantrepreneur’s interaction with Chris (they’re connected somehow as friends), and some of the… Continue reading The Pitch By Chris Sacca

Entrepreneurship · Leadership · Professional Development

I’m Not Particularly Busy

I work for an up-and-coming pharmaceutical manufacturing company, let’s call it Xomex. That sounds like it could be the name of a tech company, I don’t know if it is. Anyway, this sentiment has become almost mantra at “Xomex” for awhile now: “I know we’re all really busy…” Managers say it in meetings and everyone… Continue reading I’m Not Particularly Busy