It is not the iPhone 6 Plus that bends. It is only yourself.
The average American CEO in 2013 actually got paid 354 times more than the average worker. You’ll never believe what Hwy 55 Burgers, Shakes, and Fries founder and CEO Kenney Moore pays himself.
A successful entrepreneur and the principal of a business consulting firm shares his thoughts on the modern American Dream.
This just made me really happy to see this morning. I grew up eating Hwy 55 burgers back when the company was called Andy’s, and now that I’m writing a book about what it’s really taken for Kenney to build and sustain and now grow this company, I have such a deep respect and appreciation for what he’s done.
This is a great article over at Medium about why you should be reading more fiction. I still love — absolutely love — the nonfiction work I do, but this pretty well covers why I’m writing — and will soon be publishing — more and more fiction, too. Some highlights:
My life looks kind of boring. But that’s on purpose. Here’s why.
When you think of big sexy American dreams, you don’t necessarily think of running a set of community weekly newspapers and teaching college kids at a tiny liberal arts school.
But this is, exactly and a thousand percent, Rick’s dream, and it always has been.
Maybe the most emotional and moving memorial to 9/11 is the letter that American astronaut Frank Culbertson wrote from the International Space Station as he reacted to seeing what was going on down on Earth.
“But I was smart, and I was able to reinvent myself. This, to me, is the American Dream — that anyone, at least in theory, CAN reinvent themselves.”