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Warren Buffett to America: Drop Dead?

Burger King wants to become a Canadian citizen — and the Sage of Omaha has signed on to help. Buffett is reportedly backing Burger King’s tax inversion deal to buy Canadian doughnut chain Tim Hortons for $11 billion, re-domicile from Miami to  Toronto, and cease paying some of those pesky U.S. corporate taxes. Buffett is […]

Succession Planning: Finding and Grooming Your Replacement



Whether you're a clerk or a CEO, the time to leave will arrive. Often that's not easy, practically or psychologically. 

My PsychologyToday.com article today offers a step-by-step approach to choosing your successor so you feel good about it. HERE is the link.

Rating colleges on ‘what they’re doing for the country’

Tired of seeing the usual suspects — Harvard, Yale, Stanford, etc — head the college rankings?  Here’s a new list based “on what they are doing for the country — on whether they’re improving social mobility, producing research, and promoting public service.” UC San Diego, UC Riverside and UC Berkeley grab the top three spots, […]

Sick and Tired of Your Messy Place?



With everyone busier, it’s easy to let your house become a sty. Sink dishes piled up? That’s nothing. We’re talking the whole house piled up.

My PsychologyToday.com article offers both practical and psychological tips on how to finally get your place cleaned up. HERE is the link.

Stickball: In praise of nostalgia

To encourage people to take a moment to savor in detail a nostalgic moment in their lives, in my PsychologyToday.com article today, I relive a game of stickball that I played at age 12 with my best friend, David. HERE is the link.

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