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Last week the Fletcher Free Library and the UVM Humanities Center held a book club meeting at Centennial Field to discuss Moneyball by Michael Lewis. Moneyball has had such an enduring success it because it works on multiple levels. For one, it points us towards a new framework for understanding how baseball works. It also works as a story of a bunch of heroic underdogs who managed to wildly overachieve. But perhaps most intriguing, it works as a metaphor for we can rethink our own lives and careers.Continue readingWhat would it feel like to be in a room with some of the brightest young minds of Vermont? Last weekend I had the pleasure of finding out, when I attended the 2015 Young Professionals Summit of Vermont in Rutland, Vermont. It was an impressive gathering, with prominent politicians, entrepreneurs, tech innovators, educators, and a wealth of other demographics in attendance. The morning session kicked off with a chance to perform a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis for the entire state of Vermont. I sat down with two UVM students and three local professionals, and with some help from the dynamic Eugene Korunskiy, we rolled up our sleeves and got to work.Continue reading
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