America’s newest superhero, BankMan & his sidekick, Math Girl are here to save us. When business and satire are indistinguishable, THIS is the FTX you need.
Can you resurrect a dying brand built on TWO MASSIVE LIES? Why Victoria’s Secret is about to learn the hard way.
Ever have the most infuriating customer service call…mid-pandemic…with an executive at a company that screwed you over…and lecture them on customer service? Then, release the full recording publicly, with scathing commentary? No? Enjoy. (Watch the full video here or embedded below.) Patreon supporters got this over a week early! Become a Patreon supporter to get lots of
The holidays are upon us. It’s time to show our families how much we care…by maiming strangers for cheap flat screens at Wal-Mart. Of course, I’m joking. No one’s got that kind of upper body strength, anymore. Credit cards work great from bed. But what is it that makes us buy? How do companies squeeze
Data leaks and what they mean for companies and the economy
Here’s a controversial statement: You don’t want your child to be valedictorian. Or, captain of the (bubble-wrapped) football team. Or even that popular. Peaking too early can breed complacency, set unrealistic expectations that success will come easily. It won’t. Valedictorians have a bigger problem, their success is a testament to obedience. Doing what the teacher
Status: Occurring Prescription: Universities and businesses should intertwine “There is a mass-market opportunity for new types of schools that are linked to business and get private funding. These schools will produce more innovators, engineers, and tinkerers who don’t mind getting their hands dirty.” Econovation, 2011, p.147 What Happened Citi Ventures taps into student talent though
Prescription: Colleges Should Become Incubators Status: Occurring “By the time they get to college, teens with entrepreneurial tendencies should be treated a little differently. What if they could also turn a profit by the time they graduate? We’re not quite there yet, but schools like Babson and University of Miami are inching closer. First- year
I loved guesting on Josh Denny’s podcast, The Implications of Josh Denny. Josh is a talented comedian, free-thinker and exiled Food Network star. We talked business, futurism, social identity wars and how content creators can liberate themselves from social media platforms. (This is a topic I explore in-depth on in parts one and two of