July 2009

Take time to be a dad (a draft from the past)

July 22, 2009

Barack Obama says it takes only a few minutes a day to be a dad, is that so? I think it only takes a few minutes a day to change a diaper Come on men, come on society for that matter. What if we said it only takes a few minutes a day to be […]

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The Audacity of Hope

July 19, 2009

The pre-recession system of compensation has not gone away. The banks now know that their liabilities are backed by an implicit government guarantee, that being the taxpayer. They will continue to get us coming and going, while we all just sit beside and smile. Yet the middle working class men and women will continue to […]

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Ownership, Religion, Loss Aversion, and Predictable Irrationality

July 15, 2009

There is a phenomenon titled loss aversion, we humans will hold onto things for extended period of times, often not because we need them or that they necessarily enrich our lives in any measurable way, but because they have become ours and simply because they are ours.  We have gained an emotional attachment to them, […]

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The World As I See It

July 13, 2009

My post will for today will be a look at the wisdom of Albert Einstein “The World As I See It“

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Who raises Who?

July 8, 2009

I was looking at our daughter play the other day, and I was having another one of those reflective moments. I was thinking back to the last two years, I was seeing all of her growth, but failing to see my own. In this moment, as I contemplated the blessings and sacrifices that come with […]

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