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Everybody Else’s Biggest Problem, Pt. 11: The Law of the Land

Welcome to the eleventh installment of author Ted Scofield’s series on everybody else’s biggest problem but your own. If you missed one or more of the previous installments, you can find them here. New installments will be posted every two weeks, on Tuesdays. On our quest for a collectively applicable definition of greed, we have […]

Everybody Else’s Biggest Problem, Pt. 10: The Perverse Incentive

We’ve made it to the tenth installment of author Ted Scofield’s series on everybody else’s biggest problem but your own. If you missed one or more of the previous installments, you can find them here. New installments will be posted every two weeks, on Tuesdays. On a quest for a generally applicable definition of greed, we’re […]

Everybody Else’s Biggest Problem, Pt. 9: The Man in the Mirror

Don’t miss this ninth installment of author Ted Scofield’s series on everybody else’s biggest problem but your own. If you missed one or more of the previous installments, you can find them here. New installments will be posted every two weeks, on Tuesdays. “On Wall Street, a Culture of Greed Won’t Let Go,” The New York Times headline […]

Everybody Else’s Biggest Problem Pt. 8: My Needs, Your Greeds

Welcome to the eighth installment of author Ted Scofield’s series on everybody else’s biggest problem but your own. If you missed one or more of the previous installments, you can find them here. New installments will be posted every two weeks, on Tuesdays. Here in Manhattan there’s a long waiting list for Gucci’s $995 kangaroo-fur-lined […]

Everybody Else’s Biggest Problem, Pt 7: Let’s Blame the Other Guy!

Don’t miss this seventh installment of author Ted Scofield’s series on everybody else’s biggest problem but your own. If you missed one or more of the previous installments, you can find them here. New installments will be posted every two weeks, on Tuesdays. We’re searching for a collectively applicable definition of greed and, to help us […]

Everybody Else’s Biggest Problem, Pt. 6: Expunge the Shame, Deflect the Blame

Welcome to the sixth installment of author Ted Scofield’s series on everybody else’s biggest problem but your own. If you missed one or more of the previous installments, you can find them here. New installments will be posted every two weeks, on Tuesdays. In our quest to find a culturally applicable definition of greed, we’re examining […]

Everybody Else’s Biggest Problem, Pt. 5: You’re Gonna Need A Bigger Boat

Welcome to the fifth installment of author Ted Scofield‘s series on everybody else’s biggest problem. If you missed one or more of the previous installments, you can find them here. New installments will be posted every two weeks, on Tuesdays. Before you dive headlong into this latest installment on everybody else’s biggest problem, please take […]

Everybody Else’s Biggest Problem, Pt 4: Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?

Welcome to the fourth installment of author Ted Scofield’s series on everybody else’s biggest problem but your own. If you missed one or more of the previous installments, you can find them beginning here. New installments will be posted every two weeks, on Tuesdays. Ann is a single, 50 year old entrepreneur. She invented a […]

Everybody Else’s Biggest Problem, Pt. 3: How Much Is Too Much?

This is the third installment of author Ted Scofield’s series on everybody else’s biggest problem. To start from the beginning, go here. To read the second installment go here.  When the people feared that Moses had abandoned them to die in the desert, they gathered around Aaron and said, “Come, make for us gods!” and from […]

Everybody Else’s Biggest Problem, Pt. 2: The Collapse of Human Civilization

This is the second installment of author Ted Scofield’s series on “everybody else’s biggest problem.” If you missed his introduction to the series, you can read it here. New installments will be posted every two weeks, on Tuesdays. “The United States has become a greedier, meaner, colder, more selfish, and more uncaring place. This is […]

Everyone Else’s Biggest Problem, Pt 1: An Introduction

Very excited to kick off a series of posts from Ted Scofield, author of the novel Eat What You Kill (soon to be a major motion picture from the acclaimed producer of Wall Street, American Psycho and many other films). Ted was a featured speaker at our 2015 Spring Conference in New York City, which […]

The Seventh Deadly Sin: A Conference Breakout Preview

This conference preview comes from Ted Scofield.  Of the Seven Deadly Sins, it’s the last one on our list. Number seven, at the bottom, out of sight, out of mind. Anger, pride, gluttony, laziness, lust and envy — we’ll cop to all of those sins, but greed? What? Who? Me? Research shows that most of us […]