Posts in Opinions
Rethinking the Definition of Work

If you love what you do and enjoy every single second of it, can it still be considered work?

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The Fibonacci Factor

Post-financial-crisis, the advances in automation have compelled people to up-skill. The dramatic rise in the number of startups during the same time has forged a symbiotic relationship between the two, thereby enhancing both of them simultaneously.

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The Vietnam Model: North Korea’s Next Step?

However, a saving grace that might come out of the talk is a suggestion from the US to follow a Vietnam’s path: the idea that a communist regime can pursue market-oriented policies without sacrificing the legitimacy of the government. In truth, this model of economic development is far and few in today’s world; other than China, the remaining Communist states, Vietnam, Laos, and Cuba, show nowhere near the same economic prowess.

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The Status of NFL Contracts

In every single [football] game, there is a chance that it will be a players’ last. For this reason, it has become a source of great contention and frustration throughout the players’ union that not all NFL contracts are guaranteed.

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