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Guest Post: Finders Keepers

Guest Post Author: Eric Herrenkohl When you find good people, do you keep them in your life? Recently I had the chance to interview a logistics leader for a major multinational firm in Canada. In the course of the interview, this guy told a story about taking a new role and reaching out to recruit … Continue reading

Samsung Reports on Investigation of Galaxy Note7 Overheating Incidents

  Activities of the past two weeks, including the inauguration of America’s 45th president, put the squeeze on some newsworthy information that may not have received proper coverage. One of these announcements came from Samsung about the cause of the Galaxy Note 7 battery overheating incidents that caused a few of the smart phones to catch … Continue reading

Zika Virus Updates: Researchers Report New Better, Faster Test

Since my last post on the Zika virus, Holiday Travel Warnings and A Conundrum in Columbia, researchers and scientists around the world continue to work aggressively to develop a vaccine for treatment as well as studying other impacts of the disease on humans, the unborn, and mosquito populations. This week, scientist reported a better way to … Continue reading

Steady Gas Prices Greet New Administration This President’s Inaugural Weekend

U.S. motorists have been enjoying relatively steady gas prices over the past three months. Today’s average of $2.31 for a gallon of regular gasoline greets the new Trump Administration on their first full day on the job.   The 3-month retail price chart above shows that gas prices ranged from a low of $2.12 per … Continue reading

Leaders: Feelings Don’t Care About The Facts or The Law

At the heart of many conflicts in business, STEM, and just about everywhere else is a collision of emotions and facts. Emotions and facts are clearly two distinct topics, however, they can become almost inseparable without self-control and common sense. Simply put, feelings don’t care about the facts or the law! My challenge in developing … Continue reading

MLK Day 2017 – A Doodle and Three Often Overlooked Facts About Dr. King

  Today, is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in the United States. In addition to the many programs and events that have been planned on this three-day weekend to pay tribute to the work and ministry of Dr. King, I want to highlight today’s doodle which features the work of artist Keith Mallett. The doodle … Continue reading

Planning to Stay Hydrated in 2017? Know Your Water Source.

A recent Business Insider post, Why top executives swear by a 30-second morning habit anyone can adopt [Ref 1], caught my attention a few months ago. Three business execs: Kat Cole, president of FOCUS Brands – the parent company of Auntie Anne’s, Carvel, and Cinnabon, Huffington Post’s founder Arianna Huffington, and former Birchbox Man chief Brad Lande … Continue reading

It’s 2017: Resolutions, Goals and Opportunities

For this first week of Calendar Year 2017, I’ve listened to or participated in at least one conversation each day that relates in some way to New Year’s resolutions. Actually, discussions of these resolutions, which often prove hard to keep, started in December if not sooner. A New Year’s resolution is a tradition, most common … Continue reading