When the majority is the minority

by Lindsay Garrison on October 5, 2011 · 0 comments

Protesters continue to occupy a tent village in Boston’s financial district. If I wasn’t working twice as hard for half as much, I’d be temptedTent to join them.

Even as they fine-tune their message about broad economic disparities, Occupy Boston is the self-described “voice for people on the bottom 99 percent of the nation’s economic ladder.” It is a clever phrase that could well galvanize many more people to the cause.

After an near economic collapse, our gutless congress has failed to apply meaningful regulations or hold accountable those who created and profited from it.  Barney Frank, and Elizabeth Warren can’t fix this mess by themselves. Let’s meet up at EMS.

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Looking for job? It helps to think outside the mustache.

by Lindsay Garrison on October 3, 2011 · 0 comments

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18 ways to fall forward:

October 1, 2011

Don’t wait for everyone else to go first. Admit you don’t know the answer. Don’t let FUD stop you. Avoid sheep-like behavior. Baaaaa. Grow thick skin for when the darts start flying. Do the right thing when no one’s watching. Know when to quit. Have a sense of humor, because you will look like an [...]

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