Just over a year ago, 66 million voters were stunned when their candidate lost the US Presidential election. The running meme at the time was that everyone couldn’t wait for 2016 to be over, because of the celebrity deaths, endless election coverage, and numerous high-profile murders of unarmed black men by the police.

This year has been in many ways, far more gut-wrenching than 2016, from the mass shootings to the white supremacist rallies to wide-scale revelations of sexual harassment and assault of women by powerful men to the devastation of natural disasters. Not to mention an administration that is deeply incompetent and self-serving, showing little regard for truth or anyone who is not a wealthy, white, and male. Continue reading

The past week have been quite a rollercoaster for this country and the world. Many of us are still processing what this all means. While I’d like to get back to our regularly scheduled programming of technology, business, startup, fitness, and personal growth content here, I’m compelled to share my perspective on where we go from here. Continue reading