Tag: New York Times

Honesty is the best policy

Last night I watched the 60 Minutes episode about why Greg Smith left Goldman Sachs – because the firm’s culture was degrading and the bank was being dishonest and ripping off its clients. This ignited some thoughts in my big noggin about how honesty and openness impacts a person’s and company’s success. Over the last few […]

Facebook – Making You More Social, Less Personal?

There was a great article in the NY Times the other day about how some people are refusing to sign up for or are unsubscribing from Facebook, stating how “it’s a little unhealthy” and how they’re not “calling their friends anymore.” I wouldn’t go so far to say it’s unhealthy, but I do agree that Facebook has […]