Tuesday, May 08, 2012
The existance of innovations should not only be “Because we can,“ but “At what cost?” Jim Blasingame discusses the evolution of technological capabilities, and asserts that technology should serve humanity, not just humans.
America must take a lesson from the failing socialist policies of Europe. Jim Blasingame discusses how the socialist policies and demography of Europe is causing severe economic issues and is a lesson for the U.S.
Cultural diversity and socialist policies in Europe could ultimately cause its demise. Ken Gronbach joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how unassimilated cultural diversity in Europe is contributing to its current problems.
In the U.S., there are enough Gens X and Y to replace Boomers in the marketplace, but what next? Ken Gronbach joins Jim Blasingame to predict how replacement demographics in the U.S., Europe and Asia will change global economics in the future.
There are fewer nations more efficient than the U.S. Ken Gronbach joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how efficiencies have affected unemployment and predict the future demand of housing.
There are different audiences and communities for each content platform. Ilise Benun joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why it's okay to post the same content over several platforms, including your website, newsletter, and blog.
If you don’t feel comfortable creating unique content, find existing relevant content. Ilise Benun joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to develop and distribute content, both written and video, by finding existing relevant content.
Not making a decision is making a decision. Peter Meyer joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the power of making decisions when they need to be made, and the void that's created when you don't.
How do you make decisions? Peter Meyer joins Jim Blasingame to offer a 3-step decision-making method that will prevent you from avoiding making decisions.
Think about what you can learn from a decision, not what you're risking. Peter Meyer joins Jim Blasingame to explain how to think about the possibilities of making a decision, rather than just the risks.