Jim Blasingame

Why evil is easier to leverage than good

Jim Blasingame reflects on the fact that one evil person can do more damage than many good people, unless those good people work together.

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America celebrates liberty and the world is the beneficiary
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Jim Blasingame reveals the maxim he coined “when it starts going bad, it all goes bad,” and the name he gave it, “The Compounding Effect,” and how to prepare to minimize its effects on your business.
Jim Blasingame reveals the enormity of the cost on many levels of the recent pandemic shutdown, and why we must learn from it – mistakes and successes – so we never shut down the economy again.
Jim reveals that America is a great – but not perfect – country for all citizens. That the list of our greatness is much longer than the short list of our mistakes and we can’t find solutions unless we focus more on the former.