Corporate Success?

Lots of people live in Fantasyland when thinking about “success”….

One of the key takeaways from articles on leaving “Korporate Amerika” and going to a do-your-own-thing environment is that when you work in a large, corporation, your salary/benefits are usually much higher than if you go into an ostensibly soul-satisfying job. Many people who’ve made this transition have told me: “Money…

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Top Writer in Politics. Author of “The ‘Plenty’ Book — the Answer to the Question: What Can I do to Make This a Better World?,” available on Amazon.com

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