Florida is reeling (and recovering) from Hurricane Irma. I am currently living in Florida, and was fortunate to suffer minor damage and limited time without power. If you doubt how much power, cable, and internet access means in our modern lives, try to go without it for a while (hopefully without a major storm).* We […]
Tomasz A. Fediuk is a contributor, co-founder, and resident Advocatus Diaboli for Impact Capitalist. He is Managing Director at Fediuk Botero, LLC, a consulting firm working with family businesses and enterprises.
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I am a Beatles fan. And the last few weeks brought us 1) A Beatles channel on SiriusXM and 2) the Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band 50th Anniversary.* Fifty years removed from the release of that historic album – and listeners continue to gain deeper insight. That album was a revelation. Just think of the leap […]
-it seems like everyone else is already doing so. Everywhere I go, I hear discussions, lectures, and proud statements about changing the world. I get emails encouraging me to change the world (or at least donate time or money to those who wish to do so). The media highlights world changers. Venture capitalists invest in […]
Free markets are linked with a core concept of freedom of choice. But, what does “freedom” actually mean (our philosophical history is rich in literature exploring this concept)? Should I have absolute freedom to do what I wish? Because, I really wish that I can have an unlimited amount of resources without doing anything for it […]
Recently, I wrote a post titled “Who’s on Your Side?” In the post, I encouraged (and Impact Capitalist advocates for) free markets over models involving heavy regulations and government control. In hindsight, I am concerned with the title of the blog – specifically, the concept of anyone being on your side (or vice versa, on […]