Four Rules for an American Expansion

The United States Military requires its officers to move to a new location every few years. Because my father was an Army Officer, my family and I moved from Utah to Texas, then to California, then Washington D.C., then back to California, then Washington State, and finally to East Texas, all before I turned 14. This constant relocation gave me a holistic, yet nuanced perspective of the United States that few Americans possess.


In business, we always have challenges and problems that dog us for a while, then we solve them and forget about them. Well, this would be the normal process with idolism, too. This issue, however, seems to be a tough one, and the business community seems unable to solve it.