December 9, 2013
December 6, 2013
The master who trained the master.
December 3, 2013
This month we talk about the “Twelve Days of Christmas”, or the twelve things entrepreneurs should be thinking about as they plan for 2014.
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December 1, 2013
When Senator Obama was running for president, one of the concerns highlighted for me by someone smarter than me was that he had never before actually run anything in his life. He had never been in the position of being responsible for an income statement and balance sheet. His single greatest accomplishment was writing a book…about himself.
He then decided to run to be the chief executive of the planet’s biggest income statement and balance sheet. Unless one has been in that role, even on a small scale, one just doesn’t know whether they’ll have the capability to make the necessary decisions, ask the right questions and have the correct judgement to be a CEO.
President Obama has been described to me by an American friend (retired USAF Colonel who lived most of his early years overseas and then built up and sold a plastics business with 700 employees) who voted Obama the first time as going from America’s Commander in Chief to America’s Commander in Confusion.
If you’re interested in US politics this thorough New York Times article may be of interest.