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Fiscal Cliff or Fiscal Stoop?

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A big fear factor for investors is the threat that the market will suffer a knock-out if we hurtle off the Fiscal Cliff.…

And thou shall not enter…

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The willingness to step off the spotlight and let others step into it to grow and develop themselves is the signature of a great leader. What makes them even greater is their willingness to take ownership of minor failures during this transition.…

Can We Manage Portfolio Talent?

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HR, especially in in the last 5 to 10 years, has made galloping strides in its strategic and operational achievements. Yet, one must admit that this function still struggles to categorically and credibly demonstrate the impact of such accomplishments, in spite of its laudable progress. …

My Attitude, My Accountability

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“Ask not what my organization does for me….” The truth is, my organization is the only playground I have to showcase and build my performance equity, and I had better take it seriously. …

Global Financial Reform & Trade Rules: The Need for Reconciliation

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A high-level task force has shown that there are a number of incompatibilities between the ability to regulate cross-border finance and disciplines under the WTO and the myriad ´free trade agreements´ and bi-lateral investment treaties that many nations have agreed to over the past decade. See a proposal to address…

A Road to Prosperity: Part III

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Lehrman lays out 5 steps for moving to a gold-based monetary system. Not easy, but necessary. …

A Road To Prosperity: Part II

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Today inflation of the general price level (or CPI) proceeds gradually in the United States because of unemployed resources, combined with the panic demand worldwide to hold the dollar rather than spend it, or to repay debt with the money rather than to consume. …

A Road to Prosperity: Part I

A Road to Prosperity: Part I

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A gold monetary unit—for a good or service is a transparent, proportional, equitable exchange, grounded by real costs of production, namely labor, capital, and natural resources. This article makes the case for a gold standard.…

Cyber Security Training in Sedona

Cyber Security Training in Sedona

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On Wednesday, September 19 at 11:30 am, join us at the Strategies for Success Training Luncheon when Jane Ginn presents "Cyber Threats - A Real and Present Danger: What You Can Do to Protect Your Business."…

Time to Redefine Employee Loyalty

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In a scene in the film “J. Edgar”, Edgar Hoover tells his loyal and longtime aide Clyde Tolson that the most important thing to him is loyalty, even beyond intelligence and competence. …

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