Category Archives: Inc.com

Want Ambition? Advice From 5 Achievers

posted by Joshua on August 7, 2017 in Entrepreneurship, Inc.com

My Inc. story today, “Want Ambition? Advice From 5 Achievers,” begins Want Ambition? Advice From 5 Achievers The ambitious secrets of a TED resident, a Broadway star, a Marvel artist, a MakerBot executive, and the entrepreneur bringing them together Ambition. It gets things done. Most Inc. readers have it. Some wish they had more. Many[…] Keep reading →

Promoting one group and rarely the other is not promoting equality

posted by Joshua on August 1, 2017 in Inc.com

This topic ends up being controversial, though I don’t think it should. People seem to have a hard time seeing that men face challenges, empathizing with them, or accepting that they/we aren’t a unified group trying to get power at women’s expense. I wrote this piece for Inc., but chose to publish it here instead.[…] Keep reading →

Zuckerberg and DiCaprio Take Heat for Flying Too Much

posted by Joshua on July 27, 2017 in Choosing/Decision-Making, Inc.com, Leadership

My Inc. post today, “Zuckerberg and DiCaprio Take Heat for Flying Too Much,” begins Zuckerberg and DiCaprio Take Heat for Flying Too Much There is no half-integrity. Do it all the way or it undermines your leadership. Mark Zuckerberg announced a few months ago his plan to visit every state to learn more about people who use[…] Keep reading →

Bill Clinton on Nelson Mandela, for His 100th Birthday

posted by Joshua on July 18, 2017 in Freedom, Inc.com, Leadership, Nonjudgment

My Inc. story today, “Bill Clinton on Nelson Mandela, for His 100th Birthday,” begins Bill Clinton on Nelson Mandela, for His 100th Birthday The father of his nation was born 100 years ago today. Bill Clinton’s anecdote reveals the change he created in the world. Nelson Mandela was born on this day in 1918. Few[…] Keep reading →

Non-judgmental Ethics Sunday: When a Patient’s Mom Is Slipping Her Daughter Prozac

posted by Joshua on July 16, 2017 in Inc.com, Nonjudgment

Continuing my series of responses to the New York Times’, The Ethicist, without imposing values, here is my take on today’s post, “When a Patient’s Mom Is Slipping Her Daughter Prozac.” I am a pediatrician with an adolescent female patient who has had some mental health issues over the last couple of years. She reported[…] Keep reading →

Happy 200th Birthday to Henry David Thoreau

posted by Joshua on July 12, 2017 in Entrepreneurship, Inc.com, Leadership, Nature

My post on Inc.com today, “Happy 200th Birthday to Henry David Thoreau,” (the editors changed the headline) began Happy Birthday to Henry David Thoreau, a True Family Businessman The entrepreneur and supporter of self-reliance, simplicity, and small government was born 200 years ago. 200 years ago today, Henry David Thoreau was born. July is a[…] Keep reading →

A Millennial Making America Clean Again

posted by Joshua on July 4, 2017 in Habits, Inc.com, Leadership, SIDCHAs

My Independence Day post on Inc. today, “A Millennial Making America Clean Again,” begins A Millennial Making America Clean Again He’s doing a simple, small, short term act that makes a difference and is leading to more. Will you follow? I love Independence Day. I don’t eat hot dogs, nor do I care that much[…] Keep reading →