In 1950 William Faulkner was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature for predominantly writing about the fictional area around Yoknapatawpha County, in Mississippi. One of his most widely known works is The Sound and the Fury, which begins with “a tale being told by an idiot.” Does that sound familiar?
As I was writing my inaugural blog post (the one I posted last month) for this new business, ZipTie Advisory Group, my math skills were being challenged by the number of wildfires burning across our country’s 31st state. With over a million acres burned or burning, this year has been
Over 2,500 years ago, during a time of great civil war in ancient China, a successful Chinese military strategist and philosopher Sun Tzu wrote “Master Sun’s Military Methods,” which eventually became known in book form as The Art of War. For thousands of years, the guidance contained in this book