At over $80 to fill up my car tank, I wanted to discover whether it is better to commute to buy cheap gas. Feeding a family of six means we go to Costco to buy…
An Entrepeneur’s Perspective on the Pandemic Stimulus
My friend Bo recently shared this quote with me
“There are no atheists in foxholes, and there are no capitalists in a crisis.”
I am stunned by what I have read about the government stimulus. While I am poised be “given” a significant chunk of money both personally and for my small business, I think both of these giveaways are terrible ideas.
The Remedy to the Economic Pandemic
This is a follow-up to my last post about the massive economic problems I see our country facing and how freezing the US economy to where it was a couple weeks ago might be a potential remedy.
A Solution to the Pandemic Economic Problem
I’ve been thinking about the economic problems we are going to face as a country, and it scares me. What we are doing now will save people’s lives, but is going to have a huge impact on how we live our lives for the next few years.
All the big solutions which seem to get press during this pandemic are government based. But I think, especially in the USA, that the real power has to come from the people. Not the city government, not the state government, not the federal government. From me and from you.
Show Me the Way To Go Home
We drove home from Oakland back to San Diego today. I often want to see people on the drive back, but today I just wanted to get home. I think the fact that we all…
Swinging In the New Year!
While we did not do anything too fancy yesterday for New Years Eve, except watch Harry Potter, Prisoner of Azkaban, last night, we did let Sam and Andrew stay up until midnight to ring in…
Should Employees Work On The Boss’s Personal Projects?
This question was asked in a security forum and I thought my reply worthwhile to add here. Three things come to mind: 1. Company journey: If your employees know how hard you work, see you…