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Imagine what might have happened had John Madden coached the Bills

John Madden was riding in his 45-foot-long luxury cruiser, motoring east toward Buffalo to work that week’s game between the Bills and New England 14 Decembers ago, when he gave me a doozy of a “what-if” story over the phone. ...

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Reflect, prepare and plan (access required)

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”   – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off  December is a humbling month, as holiday bustle collides with year-end reflection and tasks. However, it is a month that also presents ...

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How to do right by your rookies (access required)

George Bernard Shaw said “youth is wasted on the young.” Perhaps. But when it comes to entering the workforce during a historic global trauma, Gen Z is uniquely prepared to rise to the challenge — with appropriate support from their ...

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Experts: ‘The 60/40 portfolio is dead’ (access required)

A good rule in life is to question any statement that begins with, “experts say.” Sometimes the “experts” truly are expert in their field, but that doesn’t mean that they are right. Sometimes they are anonymous, which calls into question ...

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Poised for sustained life sciences growth (access required)

A pandemic certainly helps us to better understand the importance and advancement of health sciences innovation in our lives — and underscores the incredible value of these life-saving innovations. With the acceleration of science and technology developments, life sciences sectors ...

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The craze of cryptocurrency (access required)

In 2009 and in the wake of the Great Recession of 2008, the first digital currency was created by an individual or group of individuals identifying themself as Satoshi Nakamoto — a new “cryptocurrency” known as Bitcoin. Bitcoin is now ...

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Nonprofit holiday wish list: Consider these two federal aid programs (access required)

‘Tis the season for wishes and good cheer. This is also a time when many organizations look forward to a new year with optimism and hope.    Like many not-for-profit leaders, your first wish may be for us all to be able to ...

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One response to burnout: Control what you can control (access required)

“With high turnover, constant hiring and new projects coming in, I find myself struggling to handle everything and still lead my team with the level of enthusiasm and dedication that it requires. I feel like I’m on the edge of ...

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