The years get shorter, the globe spins at a terrifying rate and I’m endlessly refreshing.
It’s that time of year where you think about what’s done (or half-done), what to pursue in the New Year, and what to abandon. Project: next.
We know we can make the world better, because we already have.
Office Christmas parties are in full swing across the nation, so we may as well talk about them.
Too many people observing today’s politics rush to declare it a catastrophe.
Today’s car salespeople are often decent and straightforward. Financial services salespeople are not always so. That’s a big turnaround from 50 years ago.
Sometimes there’s an easier solution than the one you’re chipping away at.
When a corporate board is doing things less well than the local footy club, something’s wrong. That’s CBA’s problem.
Flying used to put us all on a high, but increasingly the experience is a crushing bore. What happened to the golden age of air travel?