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Category Archives: Inc.com

More of why I don’t think of vegetables, fruit, and exercise as preventing cancer, heart disease, and diabetes

posted by Joshua on April 26, 2017 in Fitness, Inc.com, Models, Tips

My Inc.com article today, Why I Don’t Think of Vegetables, Fruit, and Exercise as Preventing Disease, begins Why I Don’t Think of Vegetables, Fruit, and Exercise as Preventing Disease Why consider unhealthy normal? Why not consider healthy the default? I’ve written before that I don’t think of diet, exercise, and behavior as preventing cancer, heart[…] Keep reading →

Science: College Can Decrease Your Understanding of It. A Harvard Physicist Is Undoing the Damage

posted by Joshua on April 21, 2017 in Education, Inc.com, Nature

My Inc.com article, “Science: College Can Decrease Your Understanding of It. A Harvard Physicist Is Undoing the Damage,” begins Science: College Can Decrease Your Understanding of It. A Harvard Physicist Is Undoing the Damage Studies show that traditional lectures tend to lower students’ understanding of physics. Harvard professor Eric Mazur developed techniques that work, and[…] Keep reading →

“4 Skills Not Taught in the Ivy Leagues that Every Great Leader Must Master”: Inc. on me!

posted by Joshua on April 11, 2017 in Education, Inc.com, Leadership

Inc.’s columnist and bestselling author Kevin Daum wrote about me and Leadership Step by Step today. Usually when I post Inc. article’s they’re by me. This one is about me. It begins: 4 Skills Not Taught in the Ivy Leagues that Every Great Leader Must Master People don’t just wake up as leaders. Like any[…] Keep reading →

What’s Wrong With Business Plan Competitions: A Student View

posted by Joshua on March 31, 2017 in Education, Entrepreneurship, Inc.com

My Inc. post today, “What’s Wrong With Business Plan Competitions: A Student View,” begins What’s Wrong With Business Plan Competitions: A Student View More reasons business plan competitions hurt entrepreneurship: from a student they’re supposed to help I’ve written in Inc. before about problems with business plan competitions. Most voices promote them as unerringly valuable[…] Keep reading →

So You Want to Build a Luxury Vodka?

posted by Joshua on March 30, 2017 in Entrepreneurship, Inc.com, Leadership

My Inc. article yesterday reflected my journey from a pipe-dream I had in business school of starting a vodka brand to meeting the CEO of Absolut’s attempt to regain the lead it lost decades ago, Jonas Tahlin. He’s taking on the challenge in part by connecting himself personally with the brand. He has lots of[…] Keep reading →

Why Do We Dream Big About Everything Except Changing Our Behavior to Pollute Less?

posted by Joshua on March 27, 2017 in Entrepreneurship, Inc.com, Leadership, Nature

My Inc. article today, “Why Do We Dream Big About Everything Except Changing Our Behavior to Pollute Less?,” responded to a New York Times opinion piece yesterday that I found lame, even sad. My piece begins Why Do We Dream Big About Everything Except Changing Our Behavior to Pollute Less? A New York Times editorial[…] Keep reading →

365 days without flying

posted by Joshua on March 23, 2017 in Inc.com, Leadership, Nature

My Inc. article yesterday “365 days without flying,” began 365 Days Without Flying Leadership means taking responsibility for my actions and empathy for those affected It’s so easy to think greenhouse gases come from “other people,” but when I learned that a flight across the country polluted roughly one year of driving, I could no[…] Keep reading →