open calendar on desk with pink flowers
06/05/2016
Debrief your day. Take a few minutes at the end of each day to review what you worked on, what got accomplished, what still needs to be done. Make a note in the appropriate places about calls... read more
stacked stones of graduating size
05/29/2016
You are running your own business and have a team meeting scheduled for today. You are highly energized, focused, and clear about your agenda. However, when you enter the meeting the energy in the... read more
man's hands holding business section of newspaper
05/22/2016
Intro: How many more years will you have to work before you can retire / achieve financial independence? I wanted to get a handle on this question myself. I’ve already written a few... read more
busy schedule on white board with notes
05/15/2016
Schedule time to prepare for meetings and conferences Have you ever looked at your calendar and discovered you had a meeting scheduled and you just weren’t ready for it? What happened? Most... read more
hands setting digital wristwatch alarm
05/01/2016
It is useful to set some form of alert/alarm for parts of your day. Personally, I set alerts for scheduled appointments and phone calls, to ensure that I am not late or forgetting them. OK,... read more
stuffed animal toy lamb smiling
04/24/2016
When’s the last time you told your co-worker you cared about them? Or that you appreciated their approach? Have you ever told a colleague you loved them? Does that idea make you feel awkward,... read more
black and white photo of analog alarm clock
04/17/2016
Determine your work  hours, and stick to them! Every business has office hours (or store hours, if retail). Why don’t you? Why do you feel it is necessary to work all hours of the day and... read more
over-the-shoulder view of woman texting on smartphone
04/10/2016
I hate the term “female entrepreneurship.” We don’t call entrepreneurial endeavors led by men “male entrepreneurship.” We just call it entrepreneurship. Unintentionally or not, “female... read more
Spring Clean Your Computer
04/03/2016
The calendar tells me that it’s not spring quite yet – although there are pink blossoms on the tree outside my window, and the temperatures are in the 60s in Southern California – but I’m already... read more

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open calendar on desk with pink flowers
06/05/2016
Debrief your day. Take a few minutes at the end of each day to review what you worked on, what got accomplished, what still needs to be done. Make a note in the appropriate places about calls... read more
stacked stones of graduating size
05/29/2016
You are running your own business and have a team meeting scheduled for today. You are highly energized, focused, and clear about your agenda. However, when you enter the meeting the energy in the... read more
man's hands holding business section of newspaper
05/22/2016
Intro: How many more years will you have to work before you can retire / achieve financial independence? I wanted to get a handle on this question myself. I’ve already written a few... read more
busy schedule on white board with notes
05/15/2016
Schedule time to prepare for meetings and conferences Have you ever looked at your calendar and discovered you had a meeting scheduled and you just weren’t ready for it? What happened? Most... read more
hands setting digital wristwatch alarm
05/01/2016
It is useful to set some form of alert/alarm for parts of your day. Personally, I set alerts for scheduled appointments and phone calls, to ensure that I am not late or forgetting them. OK,... read more
stuffed animal toy lamb smiling
04/24/2016
When’s the last time you told your co-worker you cared about them? Or that you appreciated their approach? Have you ever told a colleague you loved them? Does that idea make you feel awkward,... read more
black and white photo of analog alarm clock
04/17/2016
Determine your work  hours, and stick to them! Every business has office hours (or store hours, if retail). Why don’t you? Why do you feel it is necessary to work all hours of the day and... read more
over-the-shoulder view of woman texting on smartphone
04/10/2016
I hate the term “female entrepreneurship.” We don’t call entrepreneurial endeavors led by men “male entrepreneurship.” We just call it entrepreneurship. Unintentionally or not, “female... read more
Spring Clean Your Computer
04/03/2016
The calendar tells me that it’s not spring quite yet – although there are pink blossoms on the tree outside my window, and the temperatures are in the 60s in Southern California – but I’m already... read more

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05/11/2015
DIRECTED BY MIAO WANG WHAT IS GLOBALIZATION? “Made by China in America” turns a cinematic lens on the interconnected narratives of everyday workers, leaders, and business executives, and local... read more
05/11/2015
DIRECTED BY JEHANE NOUJAIM WHAT IS GLOBALIZATION? As consumers in a rapidly growing world economy, we have an insatiable appetite for the next greatest electronic gadget, like smartphones... read more
05/11/2015
DIRECTED BY ADAM McKAY WHAT IS INEQUALITY? In a magical land inhabited by long lashed, multi-colored Alpacas who love lollipops, rainbows, and friendship, there's a yawning divide in wealth... read more
05/11/2015
DIRECTED BY SHOLA LYNCH WHAT IS INEQUALITY? In Monkey Business, filmmaker Shola Lynch chats with economists from across the political spectrum to help explain the causes of economic inequality... read more
05/11/2015
DIRECTED BY STEVE JAMES WHAT IS INEQUALITY? In 2013, Seattle became ground zero for the heated national debate about increasing the minimum wage to $15-an-hour. "The Value of Work" gives voice... read more
05/04/2015
DIRECTED BY MARY HARRON WHAT IS INEQUALITY? "This Won't Hurt a Bit!" is a short film that tells the all-too-familiar tale of American healthcare. A patient enters a hospital with a migraine... read more
11/11/2014
Money & Life is an inspirational essay-style documentary that asks a provocative question: can we see the economic crisis not as a disaster, but as a tremendous opportunity? This cinematic... read more

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