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5 Insights to Managing Chaordic Tension

CONDUCTING your own orchestra. Running your own ship. Self-employment. Putting your stamp on the world. Entrepreneurship is a great, noble profession. However, failure rates are well documented. According to the Small Business Administration, about half of all businesses fail within five years (PDF). Some statistics show even higher failure rates. Are entrepreneurial endeavors really that risky? The answer is complicated. Intuitively, yes, entrepreneurship is a risky career path. But on the oth...
Tags: Facebook, Usa, Leadership, Instagram, Disney, Problem Solving, Omaha, Omaha Nebraska, Small Business Administration, Davidson, Ball State University, Lee Cockerell, Dee Hock, Michael G Goldsby, Institute for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise, Former Disney Parks

Warren Buffet's Principle (The Little Game, Part 3 of 3)

[Note: Some of you won't like this, and that's cool—we all own our own photography. It just means this post isn't for you, that's all. Don't sweat it—even excellent treatments can't be good for every patient.] For those of you playing along, in Part 1 you wrote down 25 categories that your photography falls into; in Part 2 you prioritized them or ranked their importance to you. Here's the big idea: You should not only concentrate on your Top Five categories, but also actively avoid the other twe...
Tags: Photography, Omaha, Warren Buffett, Buffett, Flint, Michael Johnston, James Clear, Don, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Scott Dinsmore, Photographic aesthetics, Mike Flint

Amber Portwood Admits Ex-Fiancé Matt Baier Threatened To Attempt Suicide As Baby Daddy Andrew Glennon Makes His Teen Mom OG Debut

Major milestones occurred on Monday's Teen Mom OG. For starters, Amber Portwood finally let go of her toxic relationship with ex-fiancé Matt Baier as she debuted her romance with (now baby daddy) Andrew Glennon. Not to mention, Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra got the chance to see the daughter they gave up for adoption, named Carly, for the first time in around two years. Related: Catelynn Gets Special Gift From Carly Following Treatment! Of course, Farrah Abraham had family drama with her m...
Tags: Celebs, Instagram, David, Mtv, Omaha, Shirley, Amber, Portwood, Farrah Abraham, Gary, Lowell, Carly, Matt, Abraham, Sophia, Baier

Omaha restaurateur on trial for tweet

Omaha restaurateur John Horavatinovich tweeted a security cam picture of two 17-year-olds turned away trying to buy beer at his establishment with an accompanying comment that included the word “sting.” Now he’s on trial on misdemeanor charges of obstructing a government operation. His lawyers argue that he had no way of knowing whether the teenagers were working with authorities, since they did not declare themselves. The case is now in the hands of jurors. [WOWT] P.S.: Compare this 2012 post, ...
Tags: Twitter, Photography, Law, Restaurants, Alcohol, Uncategorized, Nebraska, Omaha, First Amendment, John Horavatinovich

Fans Raise Lightsabers Around The Country In Tribute To Carrie Fisher

“Star Wars” fans around the country gathered to honor the late Carrie Fisher with lightsaber tributes fit for a princess and captain. Fisher, best known for playing Princess Leia Organa in the original “Star Wars” trilogy, died Tuesday at the age of 60. She was hospitalized days earlier after reportedly suffering a heart attack during a flight from London to Los Angeles. A day later, her mother, Hollywood icon Debbie Reynolds, died at the age of 84. A public event posted to Facebook called for “...
Tags: Facebook, Hollywood, London, News, Instagram, Colorado, Los Angeles, Austin, Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, Omaha, Disneyland, Denver, Huffington Post, San Antonio, Leia

Ever Seen Panoramas From The Turn Of The 20th Century? These Are Very Cool

Here Are Some Impressive Early 20th Century Photographs Who doesn’t like a panoramic view of a cityscape or a landscape or even…a portrait? Probably no one right, it’s our history and a reminder of where photography came from too. Here then, are a late nineteenth and early twentieth-century collection of panoramas from commercial photographers of that age. Image by Philippe Mignot FREE READER BONUS: If you want to learn how to get better at night photography, then download our free Night S...
Tags: Photography, Texas, Fresno, America, San Francisco, Indianapolis, Chicago, Harvard, United States, Omaha, Charles, District Of Columbia, Library Of Congress, Jason, Analog Photography, Henry

Time for Change

All things considered, human culture has adapted with remarkable swiftness to vast technological change in a short period of time. I still think that the single most remarkable fact of human history from a technological standpoint is that there were only 65 years, seven months, and four days between the Wright Brothers' first flight at Kitty Hawk and human beings first walking on the moon. It's not that humankind got that far, which is astounding enough. It's that we did it in such a short span...
Tags: Photography, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Omaha, Michigan, North Carolina, Neil Armstrong, Joe, Off-topic Posts, Michael Johnston, Wright Brothers, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Vince, Corning, Kitty Hawk

Photographer captures how veterans experience the collision of war and the civilian world

RELATED LINKS Why was a 90-year-old WWII veteran cited for feeding the homeless? By the numbers: Veterans in Congress 8 things you didn’t know about Arlington National Cemetery JUDY WOODRUFF: Finally tonight: a different Veterans Day story. Photographer Jennifer Karady hopes her work will illuminate some of the difficulties that veterans face when they return to the civilian world. This self-narrated report was produced by Detroit Public Television. JENNIFER KARADY: “Soldiers’ Stories From I...
Tags: Photography, Arts, Congress, Iraq, Ptsd, Afghanistan, Veterans, Veterans Day, Nebraska, Omaha, Judy Woodruff, Arlington National Cemetery, Jennifer, Detroit Public Television, Jennifer Karady, SPC ANDREW FLOYD RET U S Army

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