Vincent Triola challenges the conventional notion of CEOs’ indispensability. The article explores the changing
dynamics of workplaces and the need for organizations to adapt to new requirements.
The American Dream is a fairy tale that many people believe in, but few can achieve. This article explores how the
dream is unrealistic based on life choices and opportunities of Americans today.
Ambition is not a virtue and may be a detriment since inequity is prevalent in organizations of all sizes,
manifesting as nepotism, cronyism, favoritism, glass ceilings, and racial bias. These issues are not anomalies but
rather standard practices in corporations. Companies may subject potential employees to rigorous hiring processes
while concurrently hiring overpriced CEOs and executives based solely on their reputation. The same rules that
apply to workers and lower-level managers do not apply to CEOs, resulting in a situation where executives are
often overpaid due to their inability to generate a positive return on investment with regard to their
compensation. This can lead to employees engaging in “quiet quitting” as a way to cope with their
The only thing you need to know when starting a business is your ability to become a pschopath. A hard-hitting
article that exposes the harsh truth about the business world, where profit is king and employees are disposable.
The author argues that the only thing you need to know when starting a business is your why, and that you should
be prepared to sacrifice everything else, including people, for your vision.
Tired of self-help books that just don’t help? Get a fresh perspective on why those books might be missing the
mark. Spoiler alert: it’s not you, it’s capitalism. How we unknowingly sell ourselves instead of building trust.
The concept of work as an unintended form of slavery is not new. Many argue that it is a necessary evil we must
endure to survive as a society. Others believe that work can be fulfilling if the task has a meaningful purpose or
can be one’s passion. However, a growing number of people feel trapped in their jobs due to financial constraints
or other obligations. While “work” may not accurately define as “slavery” since it is not forced labor and workers
do not exist as property, a similar hopelessness and despair arises.