February 17, 2015
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Paul Sullivan wrote an interesting New York Times piece, Stressed by Money? Get on the Couch, about people going through “financial therapy” to get a better grip on their emotions and behavior around money. Certainly, from what I’ve seen, the relationships among money, happiness, and habits are extraordinarily complex. Sullivan cites financial psychologist Brad Klontz

February 10, 2015
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The best interviews are conversations. But it’s hard to have a conversation when you ask a series of fairly unrelated questions. (That’s true even if you have questions you really like to ask (like these three), or if you ask the one question that identifies a superstar, or even if you like to ask strange

January 28, 2015
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  Years ago I had an amazing employee, let’s call her Julia. She was efficient, professional, creative, great with clients, and frustrated—and I didn’t know it. Julia loved her work, but she hated the politics of the large organization we were part of. Her personal life was suffering, she wasn’t sleeping. Through the years I

January 27, 2015
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  No more dirty diapers; potty training is intact. Within a two-year time frame, malvertising mastered crawling and is starting to walk now. Malvertising, in succinct terms, is defined as the use of online advertising to spread malware. My first experience with malvertising, or malicious advertising, occurred on a Saturday in mid-September of 2009. While browsing