No Time For A Midlife Crisis
Defining SUSTAINABLE Agriculture
Next month I’ll be 48. My knees hurt, tendonitis in my elbows makes typing this article painful, and I’m showing some gray. But this is hardly a crisis.
Nothing’s Gonna Change In The Friendly Skies
"Sustainable" is just one in a long line of trendy buzzwords, and critics of modern food production seem confused as to what that means. Let's clear things up.
A $40 Billion Piece of Advice: Don’t Spend What You Don’t Have
Now that you’ve had time to digest the United Airlines fiasco, I have news for you. Nothing’s gonna change.
Your Product Isn't What You Think It Is
Americans paid nearly $40 billion last year in overdraft fees. Meaning, they overdrew their checking accounts via bounced checks, debit card transactions, or too many trips to the ATM, and paid 40 billion for doing so.
Getting Past What's Holding You Back
I believe there are 5 critical traits to success as a small business person. They are: Drive, Risk Tolerance, Salesmanship, Financial Savvy, and Constant Creativity.
Blinding Them With Science (and Production!)
Everyone says they want to make positive changes. Few will actually do it. Why? Three reasons: laziness, fear, or an inability to let go of negativity from their past.
Success, Salesmanship, and Your ReInvention
Agriculture is speaking two languages to our customers that just don’t resonate:
PRODUCTION, which they don't care about, and SCIENCE, which they don’t comprehend.
My Niece, Lady Gaga, and the Talent Myth
There’s an old saying among peddlers, “If nobody sells, a terrible thing happens: Nothing.”
Time for an Airline ReInvention
I watched the Super Bowl with my 26 year old niece, Bethany, who couldn’t believe I was actually interested in the halftime show.
As a frequent flyer for over two decades, Damian Mason offers recommendations for those whose business is flying those who fly for business.