It’s Valentine’s Day, so why not post about love? I’ve titled this post: “I Love (?) My Job!” Yes, I know I should be writing about how much I love my wife (I do! I do!), but how many of us can say the title … Continue reading I Love (?) My Job!
Cogito, ergo sum is a philosophical precept by René Descartes presented in his Discourse on the Method. Cogito, ergo sum is Latin for “I think, therefore I am.” (Latin, as they say, is a dead language, and in high school it almost killed me.) In fact, the literal translation … Continue reading I Think, Therefore…I Am an Entrepreneur?
Okay, this is not my traditional blog, so hold on to your hats! (You can tell I’m old, right, by these expressions? Sorry, I’ll try to bring myself up to date soon.) Last week, I bought a couple of carbon-fiber inserts for the interior door … Continue reading Appreciation: Pass It On
“You’re fired!” This seems to be a popular phrase, these days — but not a popular activity to either the “fire-ee” or the “fire-or.” (Those aren’t real words, in case you were wondering. The “fire-ee” is the person being fired; the “fire-or” is the one … Continue reading ‘You’re Fired!’
Okay, it IS the season, and, of course, you must know Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. The novella tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, the miser, who gets a visit from his former (now dead) partner, Jacob Marley (who is weighed down with heavy chains and money … Continue reading The Ghosts of Entrepreneurs Past
I had an interesting experience this past weekend judging a business plan contest. No, it wasn’t just the companies who presented that were interesting (although they really were; I’m excited about the new technologies being developed); it was the networking that really took a novel … Continue reading Age Matters — But Not the Way You Think It Does
When I was young (that’s a long time ago, for those of you who don’t know me), I read a lot of books. (Hey, television had only three channels back then, in black and white, and our parents only allowed us to watch an hour … Continue reading The Secret Life of an Incubator Manager