On Entropy: The Shifting World

As children, sometimes the most asinine things earn our attention.  At least in the old days they did, back when children played with toys that didn’t talk back or require a lithium battery to operate. One of those old affects was the proverbial spinning top. An awkward space-ship looking toy that, with the right torque…

Here’s Why Failing Your Interview Is Good

As the science on workplace health and leadership improves, we are learning more about what motivates people and increases productivity.  Even as these advances increase, career coaches are still teaching candidates the same old robotic way to use “soft skills” to finesse their way into a nightmare job. According to a 2015 Rand study, “Working…