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A bias for addition and against subtraction can get in the way of success.
My third graders taught me something that has never left me: There is no one way to reach an audience.
All signs point to change in 2021, from new COVID-19 vaccines to a new presidential administration to an evolving workplace. While it's helpful to reflect on these external things and what they may mean for us, there's not a lot we can do individually to change them. However, there is much we can do to change ourselves.
Could 2021 be more unpredictable than 2020 was? We’ll certainly find out – about this time next year. In the meantime, we are not daunted. For your consideration: our Fearless Forecast for 2021.
Last December, we made some bold predictions for 2020. Here’s how we did. To see our predictions for 2021, click here.
It’s often said that it takes a village to raise a child. It’s also said that transformational change seldom happens without a burning platform. In this case, a world village, prompted by a burning virus, came together to achieve the nearly impossible.
Taking a closer look at our new workforce. Just when we think we have Millennials figured out, along comes Generation Z.
As "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" ends, we look at the role of the influencer.
Professional athletics have returned to provide an occasional escape from the real world. But, kind of like the return of restaurants and school during the pandemic, sports aren’t quite like we remember them.
Is there a problem with masks in this country? It sometimes seems so.