Monday, November 21, 2016

So What's Next?



We formed Incognito Worldwide as an afterthought, an entity to supplement our product development aspirations of launching some of our own digital products. When we began be named to top lists we had to revisit the long term objectives.

Monday, November 14, 2016

How Close Are We To a Moneyless World?


Maybe not as far off as you thought.  Many of you may or may not have seen the news that Prime Minister Modi (India) last week shut the bank ATMs, and announced that all 500 and 1000 notes could no longer be used -- accepted nor given -- in any business (effective at midnight that day) and that those notes would be voided on December 31, 2016.


Friday, October 21, 2016

Opinions and Human Nature


It seems that by human nature we tend to HAVE opinions rather then acquire them. 


Thursday, October 20, 2016

Can the Businessman Trump Make America Great Again?

This has been the most volatile and repugnant election cycle in recent memory. But what is the real voting motivators in this election? What are the candidates selling, and are they true and achievable?

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

When The Workload Is Overwhelming


There are days that I wake up raring to go. For twenty years I was awake by 4 am every morning and in my office by 7 am. These days I wake closer to 11 am, but then work until 9 pm most days. I've been asked "Don't you get tired?" Of course I do, but more often overwhelmed.

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Should you Grow Your Business?


In the article I wrote - Growing Your Business -- I wrote for Entrepreneur Magazine  I also delve into 'whether you should grow your business.' As i wrote in Get Stuff Done many startups strategize themselves right out of business because they don’t get stuff done. I go on to say that "Launching a business and turning it into a revenue-generating enterprise is daunting. Becoming self-sustaining and profitable all the more so. However, that is just the warm-up drill; the real chore is to stabilize, manage and grow that business in an ever-changing world."