It was two days before the FCC repealed Net Neutrality, and I was at a talk given by a baby boomer about my generation, Millennials, and the vastly changing workplace in America. The theme of this talk was the workplace needs to adapt to the Millennial Generation or die. Companies like Sears and J.C. Penney … Continue reading Adapt or Die: Millennials, Technology, and Net Neutrality
It was supposed to be my week off from the radio show, but I decided to make a surprise episode to provide an update on what's going on in my world and how I am trying to move forward. The link is below. Enjoy! http://prn.fm/moving-forward-12-11-17/
The 14th episode of Moving Forward is up and the link to the podcast is below. Vince Emanuele talks about organization vision and structure. This is one of the best talks I have heard about how to move forward. Enjoy! http://prn.fm/moving-forward-12-04-17/
It's another day in the age of the Anthropocene where a global game of musical chairs continues to play out. As humans continue to plunder and pillage the earth in a global economy that thrives on converting the living to the dead, more chairs get removed from the game. The game doesn't care about your … Continue reading What Does It Mean To Live In The Age Of The Anthropocene?
Moving Forward Episode 13 is up and linked below. Abayomi Azikiwe and I continue our discussion on Detroit, and also talk about the latest developments in Zimbabwe. http://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ck9zx-7c9517
As a white person, I am finding it more difficult to talk to other white people about politics. Each time I leave the discussion, I find myself realizing the majority of these encounters expose one common denominator. That many white people, as Gene Wilder would put in the 1971 movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, … Continue reading Pure Imagination: Why It’s Getting Harder To Talk To White People About Politics
The twelfth episode of Moving Forward is up and linked below. Abayomi Azikiwe and I discuss Detroit’s supposive "comeback". This is part 1 of a two part series. http://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-6c4p9-7a9b89