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How generations communicate differently at work, TikTok resumes, is the economy too hot or too cold, and more.

Dane Carlson
Dane Carlson
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Assorted Posts Wednesday
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How the different generations communicate in the workplace:


Are ‘TikTok resumes’ Gen Z’s LinkedIn?


From the keep it simple department: Southwest Airlines was started on a napkin, and so should your great ideas.


🥃 How bourbon rose from a humble grain to embody American exceptionalism.


The pandemic killed the common good: On the death of one of America's favorite ideas.


People want to work, they just don’t want to work for you: When people treat those they’re hiring with distaste because they demand remote work, or say that people “don’t want to work,” it’s because they either lack self-awareness, either in how their business runs or how they conduct themselves.


Is the U.S. Economy too hot or too cold? Yes. The economy is a riddle, but clearly it’s having a harder time rebooting itself than had seemed possible in the spring.


Is Texas the capital of US logistics? Free trade, a business-friendly climate, and urban agglomeration allows freight to thrive in Texas. This is literally my #2 selling point for Texas.

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