Monthly Archives: March 2014

Driving Our Economy

This week I watched my car’s odometer roll past 40,000 miles. Not exactly an especially exciting time for most car owners. But for me and my Chevy Volt, it’s a great time to stop and think about the broader implications. … Continue reading

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Do you know who you really work for?

I was fortunate early in my career to work in the hospitality industry, and the leadership at Hyatt Hotels was quick to make sure that each new employee understood who paid their salary. Like most newbies, I assumed that whoever … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Make a Move!

It seems like every month we hear another dismal jobs report, as our economy moves toward a recovery, but at a very slow pace. Politics aside, it will take quite a while for the U.S. economy to return to pre-recession … Continue reading

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