Too Little, Too Late

Dear Clients, Colleagues, and Friends,

Marshall loves funny t-shirts. His life’s motto is “anything for a laugh… especially if it’s wearable.”

Unfortunately, after a state agency raided his business over a disgruntled, ex-employee’s labor violation claims, Marshall doesn’t feel like laughing. He feels like this ex-employee — who was fired for good cause — is out to get him… and he may be right. Continue reading

Law of Diffusion of Innovations: A Trap for the Unwary

Dear Clients, Colleagues, and Friends,

Meyer celebrated his 75th birthday last year. Although normally a terrifically upbeat person, Meyer just couldn’t shake a feeling of deep melancholy, despite the festivities.

Meyer’s father passed away at 75, and thoughts of mortality had started to pervade his every waking moment. Despite being in good health and active in the business he started 47 years ago, Meyer felt that his time was limited. He still had a lot he wanted to accomplish. Continue reading