ET Phone Home, Don Joaquin Guzman, Hope for Old Growers

For centuries, Lords were given governing titles to oversee lands within a country, more archaically called a kingdom. A title had meaning for the title holder. It was like the deed to a piece of land. It inferred what degree of power the title holder had over the land. Similar to conventional court districts, in … Continue reading ET Phone Home, Don Joaquin Guzman, Hope for Old Growers

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Hero Trump and Key Women Who Helped Me Develop Light As Communication Theory

"It's menopause, and then your brain starts working again." However sexist sounding, I learned that saying from an old boss. No pun intended, she was only seventy-something. Pregnant at the time, she eyed my overextended belly with Jade green spheres, she dismissed the swelling I complained about as temporary. Temporary, as menopause had been for … Continue reading Hero Trump and Key Women Who Helped Me Develop Light As Communication Theory

Target Sales and Using Building Block Marketing Differs from Stealing Work – Why We Need Social Equity Law

I don't know who wrote the screenplay for Men In Black or who arranged the main hit song, but I can tell you why the project worked. MIB was an amazing Blockbuster for many reasons. There was this great star character some of us knew from the show Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.  That show about … Continue reading Target Sales and Using Building Block Marketing Differs from Stealing Work – Why We Need Social Equity Law

Intuitive Species, Argument for Raising the Bar on Inclusiveness Training in the Workplace

Intuitive language makes a case for the Social Equity Bill. In the workplace, an individual, regardless of race, status or creed is subjected to the intuitive scrutiny of others. People discriminate for various reasons. Religious convictions, education, media and experiences influence social inclusiveness judgement. My research investigated whether social inclusiveness judgements, mental decisions one makes … Continue reading Intuitive Species, Argument for Raising the Bar on Inclusiveness Training in the Workplace