Remember last year, when we thought it couldn’t get any worse? And then it did? Music saved my life this year, as it has several times before, and I owe a special debt to these tracks: my selections for the best of 2018.
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It was the worst of years, it was the- well, just that, really. But terrible years make for excellent music, and the top releases of 2017 are krunk. Turn it up and forget the world for 1 hour 8 minutes. We got you.
It was the year that MIKA out-fabuloused Eurovision, M.I.A. gave us a good shakedown and Serj Tankian demonstrated his solo chops. Listen to these, the best songs from 2007, and ask yourself like I did: Wait, wasn’t that released last year?
It was the year Daft Punk blew our minds with Homework, Rammstein made us stand up and pay attention, and the year the David Bowie came out as an alien. It was 1997. Turn it up.
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It’s 6am and your alarm rouses you for another day. But as you wake up, you notice a news alert about a mass shooting that’s taken place earlier today. You need to pause your company’s scheduled Twitter posts – and fast.
Small business is hard – the isolation, the rejection and the weight of the risk that is on your shoulders to bear. But you’re not alone, even if you are literally alone.
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We live in a capitalist economy and that means people work for money. We managers know that, we are doing it ourselves. And yet, we feel entitled to mess with people’s lives every time we have a new job opening? Bullshit.