American Perspective – A Firsthand Account

Let me add a simpler point of view as well as a measure of evidence to Rob’s insightful and thorough stance. In regards to the treatment of Taliban prisoners, let me share firsthand what it was like in Afghanistan.I was serving as a United States Marine in Kandahar during December, January, and February of this… Continue reading American Perspective – A Firsthand Account

Investing in the Future

I feel terrible. Two weeks ago in a Harbus article I jokingly suggested that children were more expensive than MBAs. My son must have taken the comment to heart because over the weekend he took monetary matters into his own hands. There are many euphemistic ways to describe what happened – I’ve been telling everyone… Continue reading Investing in the Future

Memorial Day

As we approach the end of another incredible year and an amazing graduation ceremony for our EC class here at Harvard Business School, I’d like to ask you to take a moment to think about what the last weekend of May and our national holiday that traditionally marks the start of the 101 days of… Continue reading Memorial Day