MALCOLM GLADWELL: Kids Today Don’t Understand The Need For Hierarchy

MALCOLM GLADWELL: Kids Today Don't Understand The Need For HierarchyOne of our finest minds Author Malcolm Gladwell appeared at SHRM’s 2012 annual conference in Atlantatoday to talk about generational diversity and how Millennials are different from previous generations. The gist of his argument is that we’re in the middle of a fundamental shift in how people [...]

2018-06-13T13:22:16+00:00 June 25th, 2012|The MANifesto|0 Comments

Principles of Style: #259 – The proper way to pack your technology for a business trip

    1) Before you leave, make sure that your laptop, phone, iPad, kindle…anything that takes a charge, is actually charged…2) If you plan on working from the road through a VPN…test that you can connect to your company network before you leave for your trip…3) Learn how to tether your laptop to your phone…in case [...]

2015-01-03T19:01:41+00:00 March 29th, 2012|The MANifesto|0 Comments

https://o.aolcdn.com/videoplayer/AOL_PlayerLoader.swf Chef Brannon Soileau of The Culinary Institute of America explains that it’s easy to make a moist, delicious pot roast from an inexpensive cut like a shoulder blade or bottom round — you just need to braise the meat. (Braising means to cook a tough cut of meat in a liquid for a long [...]

2018-06-13T13:22:23+00:00 March 28th, 2012|The MANifesto|0 Comments

The 6 Stereo Types Of Men in TV

Despite being hard-working (68.6 per cent are in the workforce), charitable (32 per cent do volunteer work and 73 per cent donated money in 2006) and spending nearly three hours a day on average doing unpaid work at home, men are often represented as one-dimensional stereotypes. If you believe some commercials, guys have never even learned how [...]

2018-06-13T13:22:28+00:00 March 28th, 2012|The MANifesto|0 Comments

Goldman Sachs Resignation

Yes, the letter is about as self-indulgent as you’d expect a resignation letter from a banking executive to be.” For once, we have a Goldman Sachs resignation letter from someone who isn’t an overworked first-year analyst. Circulating the interwebs today is this NY Times’ op-ed piece from Greg Smith, a (now former) executive director for [...]

2018-06-13T13:22:29+00:00 March 25th, 2012|The MANifesto|0 Comments

Meat Loaf – Variation on a classic

  I think everyone can agree that we all have memories around a table eating a classic meatloaf. With this interesting variation of that classic, you have the chance to share old memories and make new ones with someone special. This spin on the classic will show your culinary flair and is sure to impress! [...]

2018-06-13T13:22:29+00:00 March 25th, 2012|The MANifesto|0 Comments

FOLLOW THE WHITE ROOSTER!!

Once you’ve heard the call of the white rooster, it’s hard to imagine your life without it. And just to be clear, this is not related to that elusive white rabbit; we aren’t channeling Jefferson Airplane here. We’re talking hot sauce — and more specifically, Thai hot sauce. If you haven’t heard of Sriracha before [...]

2015-01-03T19:01:43+00:00 March 23rd, 2012|The MANifesto|0 Comments

Grill Like Guy Fieri

Collapsible Grill Brush by Guy Fieri Biting into a succulent freshly grilled medium rare 2 inch rib-eye - priceless.  Biting into a steel fiber on your steak, from a cheap grill brush that caught on the grill - awful.  Here’s a solution… This 25-in. grill brush is collapsible for easier transport and storage. The stainless-steel-and-brass [...]

2015-01-03T19:01:44+00:00 March 22nd, 2012|The MANifesto|0 Comments