I love what TIME Magazine wrote recently: I don’t often use this space to direct your attention to other publications, but I do recommend you check out an article Science published online on Sept. 24. Titled Singing in a Silent Spring, it adds a new entrant to the list of uplifting changes in the natural world… Continue reading Taking action in “The Great Reset”
Milton Glaser died this past weekend at the age of 91. He designed Dylan covers, I Love New York, and hundreds of other famous posters. He was honored by President Obama with an arts and science medal. Milton also designed the modern supermarket; at one time just a big grocery store to now being a… Continue reading Milton Glaser – America’s number one designer
For 50 years, based on Milton Friedman’s teaching, America corporations, and many of the world’s corporations have been focusing on “profits only,” and they have neglected the customer, their employees, their suppliers, their communities and the environment. Now, 181 of the top US corporations have made a new commitment to become social responsible and to… Continue reading Why I wrote the book?
Musashi Miyamoto, Japan’s greatest samurai, lived from 1584 – June 13, 1645. He won 60 battles in his life, losing would have meant death. He was asked, “What did you do to win all your battles?” His answer: “Everyday I polish my sword and everyday I perfect my style.” He did everyday what he could… Continue reading Win every battle