An Arabian Proverb “Mankind is divided into three classes: Those that are immoveable, those that are moveable, and those that move.” * Also attributed to Benjamin Franklin   Mankind and the limits to progress… Read More


When Gandhi was studying law at the University College, London, a white professor, whose last name was Peters, disliked him intensely and always displayed prejudice and animosity towards him. Also, because Gandhi never lowered his head when addressing him , as he expected….there were always “arguments” and confrontations. One day, Mr. Peters was having lunch at… Read More


Economics is not boring. It is vital. Though it’s mostly businesspeople and politicians (before elections) who will acknowledge this. So, Clarity being rare, it is exciting to see when someone, or more, expresses a mass of data succinctly and meaningfully. Here you have John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge (Schumpeter column. Fantastic read!) collaborating on a… Read More


There is something about business people that I like, that I never saw in any community organizers that I met. They do what they say; and they tend to take responsibility for their commitments. I am not talking about corporate employees. These are not always businesspeople—they are cogs in a wheel who know some the business’… Read More


TUG OF WAR

Have any of  these  ever happened to you? 1) It occurs to you that may be able to help someone. You have an idea. You have a contact. Something. You give them a call and share it with the friend. He’s excited and promises to send the background that will help you make a presentation for… Read More


To be an inbound-focused nonprofit organization, you must be using content to spread awareness of your cause, attract new constituents, and bring back past supporters. This content should help you connect with your audience on a personal level, encourage them to support your organization, and spread your mission within their own network of friends, family,… Read More