Month: December 2019

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D. MA) is a leading candidate to be the Democratic presidential nominee. She has plans for nearly everything and styles herself as a wonk. This contrasts with her desire not to show her 70 years by bounding on to campaign stages and waving her arms about. Fair enough. It is, after all, […]

Most of the emails I get from Coach and later teacher, Peter Bragdon end: “Keep it Going – Pete.” Some end: “Stay Young” and occasionally one will end with both. Fast forward nearly six decades after the events described in The Goal and The Exam. I lured a St. Paul’s form mate, Jos Wiley, from […]

I recently gave you the rules of this game in a post called Schadenfreude as Tax Policy. Are you a soft drink? If not, why do you need a personal brand? Soft drinks need to be brands because the soft drink makers want you to buy theirs as opposed to somebody else’s. This makes sense […]