Monthly Archives: August 2013


by TROUP “Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language.” – Walt Disney To say that Walt Disney was ahead of his time is a major understatement.  While he was referring to … Continue reading

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Boycott the Boycott

by Troup “Company boycotts are not new, but they have increasingly become the weapon of choice for NGOs and other activists aiming to further political and social goals. Social media and the sped-up news cycle it fuels have created a … Continue reading

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Shifting Your Professional Paradigms

As a military “brat” with an unusual first name who had to move and switch schools every 3 years or so, I learned how to adapt to change at a young age.  Change continued as a persistent theme well into … Continue reading

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Equality is Good (Business)

by Troup “There’s a price to be paid for workplace discrimination – $64 billion. That amount represents the annual estimated cost of losing and replacing more than 2 million American workers who leave their jobs each year due to unfairness … Continue reading

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