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For the Love of Money

For the Love of Money | Progressive | Scoop.it
We are letting money addiction drive too much of our society.
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This is a provocative article that you may have seen already. Let's focus on the quote from the Wall Street boss: “I don’t have the brain capacity to think about the system as a whole. All I’m concerned with is how this affects our company.”  HOW DO WE DEVELOP (in ourselves and others) the capacity to think about the system as a whole?  What works?  Share your thoughts here on Scoop.it or tweet me at @johnwasinski. 

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Why Sears Was Doomed Back In 1978

Why Sears Was Doomed Back In 1978 | Progressive | Scoop.it

"[Sears] seemed resigned to let its competition take the lead. "We are not a store that anticipates," executives wrote at the time. "We reflect the world of Middle America and all of its desires and concerns and problems and faults."

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Are the institutions that affect you PROACTIVE or REACTIVE?  Think about your state's government, city's government, the organizations you belong to, and your company. How do reactive institutions hurt us?  Comment on scoop.it, or tweet me at @johnwasinski with your thoughts. 

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Trader Joe's ex-president to open store selling expired food

Trader Joe's ex-president to open store selling expired food | Progressive | Scoop.it

"Sell-by, best-by and use-by dates are mostly unregulated and confusing for consumers when it comes to throwing items out - a factor that contributes to $165 billion of food wasted every year. But the former president of Trader Joe's Doug Rauch says he’s got a solution."

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What do stores do with expiring food?  What SHOULD they do? Comment on scoop.it, or tweet me at @johnwasinski with your thoughts. 

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Cincinnati Leaders Approve City's Third Form-Based Code in Walnut Hills

Cincinnati Leaders Approve City's Third Form-Based Code in Walnut Hills | Progressive | Scoop.it
Cincinnati City Council voted unanimously to adopt a form-based code for Walnut Hills last week - making it the city's third neighborhood to do so. Westwood appears to be next after receiving preli...
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Will "form-based code" lead to more vibrant, swifter transformation of America's cities?  Comment on scoop.it, or tweet me at @johnwasinski with your thoughts. 

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