Daily Archives: June 11, 2011

Making Little Bets to Success

Peter Sims is an author, speaker, and entrepreneur. His latest book is Little Bets: How Breakthrough Ideas Emerge from Small Discoveries. Find out what is a “little bet”? … And, click here for an excerpt from “Little Bets.” “Little Bets” … Continue reading

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Stats Behind Global Aging

The world’s population is getting older. Countries need to think about how fewer young people can continue to support the elderly. This is a new IMF Finance and Development video on some of the statistics behind global aging is now … Continue reading

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What Is Bitcoin?

Is Bitcoin a good idea? Or, is it a scam? I haven’t made my mind yet on this type of currency. Not according to Jason Calacanis. He describes it as “Bitcoin is a P2P currency that could topple governments, destabilize … Continue reading

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What Is The Last Beer Worth To You?

It’s a men’s dream to have a walk-in fridge at home… Or this type of “Walk-in fridge” … What if you remembered, you had your LAST beer left in the fridge; and you put it off as you knew there … Continue reading

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