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The Politics of Everything

May 17, 2022

Inheritance is kind of like anything to do with money, religion, or politics for many people. It is almost taboo when it comes to dinner party conversations or even banter among those who know and love us. It seems rather old-fashioned to me!

To tackle this topic, I am lucky to have here today Vanessa Stoykov is a...


May 10, 2022

Terminology always has a season and moment in the sun. If I had to put money on it, I would bet for 2022 it would be this term – The Great Resignation.

The “Great Resignation” was coined and predicted by psychologist Anthony Klotz—and is the tipping point of a nearly decade-long trend of employment...


May 3, 2022

Cities are amazing – built environments full of diversity, energy, culture, and pace. What makes a city more liveable though as cities get more crowded, traffic intensifies, and people struggle to find affordable housing close to their schools, workplaces, and communities they know and love? Does a city need our...


Apr 27, 2022

Online sales rule the world. An April 2021 Adobe study showed that global e-commerce sales were hitting $4.2 trillion that year, with U.S. consumers accounting for close to one-quarter of that spending. Australia has a similar story. The pandemic forced many consumers to rely on e-commerce to get the basics as well as...


Apr 19, 2022

Celebrity endorsements have been part of the advertising game for decades, and over the past decade that has manifested into a plethora of social media marketing campaigns using famous folks as well as the rise of “micro-influencers” alongside the stable of paid talent promoting any number of products and services...