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Brain Bites – Issue 15

Brain Bites – Issue 15

Brain Bites by YPG Blog

Brain Bites are “now and then” morsels regarding trends, statistics, and interesting ephemera in personal economics.

These tasty tidbits help maintain your edge over an unpredictable future.  Think of them as cerebral snacks for the hungry mind!  Continue reading Brain Bites – Issue 15

Brain Bites – Issue 14

Brain Bites – Issue 14

Brain Bites by YPG Blog

Brain Bites are “now and then” morsels regarding trends, statistics, and interesting ephemera in personal economics.

These tasty tidbits help maintain your edge over an unpredictable future.  Think of them as cerebral snacks for the hungry mind!  Continue reading Brain Bites – Issue 14

Lessons for a life well-lived.

Lessons for a life well-lived.

Dr. Brian Gahran

Wisdom is the ability to make sound judgments and good life-choices.  Wise persons anticipate the consequences of decisions.

Like speech, wisdom is an accumulated skill.  It is acquired slowly through personal experience and by learning from the mistakes of others.  Continue reading Lessons for a life well-lived.

Brain Bites – Issue 13

Brain Bites – Issue 13

Brain Bites by YPG Blog

Brain Bites are “now and then” updates regarding trends, statistics, and interesting info-bites in personal economics.

These tasty tidbits help maintain your edge over an unpredictable future.  Think of them as cerebral snacks for the hungry mind!  Continue reading Brain Bites – Issue 13

Livin’ large in Richistan.

Livin’ large in Richistan.

Livin' large in Richistan.

Real family income of those in the bottom half of the income scale hasn’t increased since the late 1960s.

Regardless of political affiliation, Americans tend to think wealth distribution ought to be more equal.  Continue reading Livin’ large in Richistan.

The generational divide.

The generational divide.

The generational divide

The basic characteristics of Generation NeXt—motivated by a search for new experiences and treated with suspicion by its elders—are not new.

Just about every generation has been described in exactly the same way, and differing points of view often create friction.   Continue reading The generational divide.

The good, the bad, and the bias.

The good, the bad, and the bias.

The good, the bad, and the bias.

Young persons like to think they have less bias than their parents, but in fact they are simply bigoted about different things.

Many are down on fat people, smokers, and people who drive Humvees, for example, rather than race or sexual orientationContinue reading The good, the bad, and the bias.