Reading Time: < 1 minute In appreciation of the recent landmark ruling allowing college athletes to monetize their names and likenesses, a look back at why this change was long
Just tap the glass
From the mind of Kene Erike, this blog explores the impact of Psychology and Economics on human behavior— learning how to create the experiences we want with the people we want them with. “Just Tap The Glass” is a reminder to question the ideas and conventions in the world around you. Be willing to create a stir through honest discourse and independent thought.
Reading Time: 5 minutes [My audio commentary here: https://soundcloud.com/user-31492767/floyd-chauvin-race-relations-where-do-we-go-from-here-jttg-may-2021] This article employs race relations as the backdrop for tackling some universal challenges we all face. It’s less about politics
Reading Time: < 1 minute Over at my buddy, Ralph’s, “Referee Rant” podcast series, my latest entry: https://refereerant.com/episode-252-the-rant-kene-erike/ We explore my thoughts on COVID, real-world conflict resolution, and navigating the
Reading Time: 5 minutes The following is a guest post I published on matchmaker Paul C. Brunson’s website back in 2013. It disappeared down the internet rabbit hole, so
Reading Time: < 1 minute [Listen to the audio version here: https://soundcloud.com/user-31492767/blame-games-jttg-september-2020] Over at Women 2.0, a look at the relationship between finger-pointing and group performance: You’ve got to decide how important