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The Simple Business Plan

Amid the COVID economic shutdown, many people have lost their job and are pessimistic they can land another. So they're starting businesses. Often they can avoid the 100-page business plans often recommended in business schools. I describe such a mini-business plan with an example in my Psychology Today article today.

The Lonely Conservative: Ideas for the out-of-step

Bert Kaufmann, CC 2.0, Wikimedia
Anyone who is 65 or younger, especially if “well-educated,” has throughout their life, probably received a consistent message from society's mind molders—the schools colleges and media—that liberal is good, conservative is bad. 

Broadly, that translates into redistributing from the Haves to the Have-Nots: whether it’s more taxpayer-paid programs for the poor, supporting Palestinians over Israelis, and, of course, supporting Democrats over Republicans.

I have both liberal and conservative friends. In recent years and acceleratingly so in recent months, the liberals are feeling buoyed and/or angry, while the conservatives are more often sad, silenced, and often lonely. My Psychology Today article today offers a few thoughts for conservatives.

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