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Last Updated on: January 28, 2022

Book Week by Jim Johnson

Jan 26, 2022

It has been a while since I did some book reviews and over each day next week, I will present one my five favorite books I read in 2021. The book titles are: 

 

Monday: 

“Invention: A Life” by James Dyson

Tuesday:

“Twelve and a Half: Leveraging the Emotional Ingredients Necessary for Business Success” by Gary Vaynerchuk.  

Wednesday:

Adam Smith’s classic “Wealth of Nations” 

Thursday:

“Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy” by Joseph A. Schumpeter

Friday

Vanderbilt: The Rise and Fall of an American Dynasty “written by Anderson Cooper and Katherine Howe

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Cape Cod Technology Council

Jan 22, 2022

Wisdom Wednesday # 7 and CHAOS Tuesday Show #128 provides an overview of the Cape Cod Technology Council.  Our guest of this show is Bert Jackson, Chief Executive Officer of Cape Cod Technology Council.  Mr. Jackson presents how the council moved from in-person to virtual meetings and the results of the transitions. Bert talks about the main area of focus of the Cape Cod Technology Council (CCTC).  Learn how these areas promote social change in the Cape Cod Region.  Also learn about some of the guest speakers and their topics at the in-person and virtual meetings.  Bert outlines many of the other activities, sub-committees, and management structure of the organization. In the video, and podcast you will take away:

·      In-person to Virtual Transition

·      Overview of CCTC

·      How CCTC promotes Social Change

·      CCTC Operations

·      CCTC Educational Services

 

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Excerpt 5: Cape Cod Technology Council

Jan 28, 2022

Bert Jackson: Honestly, I would say on average we're probably about...

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