Imagine choosing a job not on money or even on career advancement, but as part of a life worth living.
Spend enough time around success and failure, and you learn a reverence for possibility.
There aren't too many principles of proper business conduct with which just about everybody will agree. Two come to mind: 1. Unless you're a professional athlete, don't offer co-workers encouragement by patting them on the butt, and 2. Don't burn bridges.
It's called a pen. It's like a printer, hooked straight to my brain.
Bureaucracy gives birth to itself and then expects maternity benefits.