I really like this one, not because it’s perfect – but because it came from a moment of being absolutely in the moment, with full permission to experiment and make mistakes. Continue reading
Artist: Stevie Wonder
Album: Talking Book
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Got to thank Lauren, my girlfriend-for-a-minute from Detroit many years ago, for turning me on to this one. Lauren taught me a lot in a short amount of time. She took me to my very first sweat lodge. And told me, in a 7-Eleven parking lot on the way home, “You’re a blamer.” God, I was so mad at her in that moment. But it didn’t take long to realize she was right. (Usually when I’m really angry about an accusation that has been thrown at me, it’s because there’s a grain of truth underneath the other person’s hurt or anger that my ego doesn’t want to have to acknowledge.) Continue reading
Worker Misclassification: Taxpayer-Subsidized Corporate Tax Fraud
When companies intentionally misclassify employees as “independent contractors” to avoid paying taxes on these workers, guess who ends up paying?
You do – to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars a year.