Robert Dekkers | Dance Moves On

 I was so inspired by Robert Dekker’s live streaming classes via Facebook that the only way I know how to express my gratitude is by writing about him. My article Robert Dekkers | Dance Moves On presents a new way of looking at dance in the digital age.


Coronavirus Pandemic, Month Six

The absence of executive leadership to champion a plan to contain the coronavirus pandemic has cost this country dearly. As I write today, the Center for Disease Controls (CDC) reports 133,666 deaths, with 3,173,212 infected, a number that is up today by 66,281 new cases over yesterday. States with governors who took the CDC’s guidance on a phased, data-based approach to opening the economy back up have fared significantly better than states with governors who did not use data and opened their states early. 


There’s more to crowdfunding than you might think

The funding landscape has continued to shift and evolve over time. Traditional funding sources such as bank loans, angel investors, or venture capital still remain as prominent options for many, however, new avenues for startup funding have also emerged. One of the most notable is crowdfunding.


Three Books on the 2020 Presidential Election and their relevance to the Black Live Matter Protests

Three Books on the 2020 Presidential Election and their relevance to the Black Live Matter Protests. Each book discusses how election campaign strategies could address minority and racial injustices that have long been ignored.


Donald Trump and “The Lord of the Flies”

A real-life version of William Golding’s famous (dark) novel tells a very different tale about human nature.  But what about Donald Trump?


Intrapreneurship vs. Entrepreneurship - What’s the difference?

Intrapreneurship vs. Entrepreneurship - What’s the difference? When most people think of business the term “entrepreneurship” comes to mind but what is becoming an increasingly large driving force behind innovative companies today, is the introduction of intrapreneurship. 


Supreme Court DACA Decision – Was it more concerned about humanity or legality?

Supreme Court DACA Decision – Was it more concerned about humanity or legality? Neither - it was about politics of providing a “reasonable” executive order


Some Thoughts This Week: Nature In (Perhaps) a Most Surprising Spot

 

One thing is obvious to me: nature, I believe, can live anywhere. Consider: anything above ground has soil below it, and if fertile enough can yield the most beautiful surprises in the most surprising spots.