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May 16

May 16, 2017

Jumping the Markets Boom Bust S-Curve

As a country, the United States is arguably the most economically successful and powerful in the history of modern man. We have survived and flourished, adapting into the world’s largest economy. However, despite our success, our economy continues to experience massive ups and downs. In this blog, I propose a theory that, unlike past boom-bust cycles, this boom may be different: our country—as in prior eras of the silver age, transportation/industrial revolution, the communications/internet revolution—is once again on the precipice…

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Jun 6

June 6, 2016

The Art of Social Media in Presidential Politics

In my blog dated March 20, 2015, “The Importance of a Digital Persona,” I discussed in detail that, as we continue to progress as a digital, socially-connected world, one’s relevance will be perceived by their digital persona. This truism is now being played out within our political election process in the 2016 U.S. presidential race. Since 2012, Donald Trump has been planning and refining his “Art of Social Media.” I would contest that it’s not only Donald Trump who has…

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