What Funeral Directors Can Learn From Dining Out

What Funeral Directors Can Learn From Dining Out

Recently, I was at one of my favorite restaurants when I started thinking about why I like that restaurant so much. The food is delicious, but that’s not it; I love the way they take care of me. They know my wife gets chilly, so they seat us away from the door....
Why doctors choose to die differently

Why doctors choose to die differently

I stood next to his husband. His body had a musty, sick smell of unwashed hair and urine. His bloated and pale body was littered with tape and tubing. Half his head was shaved, and he had a drain protruding from his scalp. Read More at...
How You’ll Probably Die, Visualized

How You’ll Probably Die, Visualized

We’ve been obsessed with our own mortality for all of history, as documented in literature, music, and works of art throughout the ages. It’s simply human nature to be morbid. Nowadays, big data can take this dark preoccupations to a whole new-and more...

Are You Building a Customer-Centric Culture?

“I think there is a world market for maybe five computers.” It may be urban legend, but Thomas Watson, the President of IBM, is said to have made this statement back in the 1940s. Who could have predicted the future of personal computers, laptops and even...