29 06, 2023

Drilling for Hydrogen May be Green Energy Game Changer

By |2023-07-13T12:02:08-05:00June 29th, 2023|Articles|0 Comments

Naturally derived hydrogen drilled from the ground shows promising signs of being a significant factor in the race to a carbon-neutral future.  Known as Geologic Hydrogen, this energy source could be a game changer in the quest for clean, renewable energy.  Little is scientifically known about how much hydrogen is accessible underground and where it is, though geologists are homing in on methods to identify reserves. Intrepid Leadership Matrix [...]

15 06, 2023

Time is Money- The Power of Prompts

By |2023-06-15T17:36:51-05:00June 15th, 2023|Articles|0 Comments

In his manual “Advice to a Young Tradesman,” printed July 21, 1748, Ben Franklin opined that Time is Money. ‘Time is Money’ is interpreted in different ways by different people.  Is there a relationship between wealth and the desire to take up a cash offer, like getting paid for a later flight or participating in a survey?  It makes sense that there would be a relationship between wealth and [...]

23 05, 2023

I’ll See You on the Far Side of the Moon

By |2023-05-23T10:42:22-05:00May 23rd, 2023|Articles|0 Comments

Ever met a hero?  I had an encounter recently at a National Eagle Scout Association event to bestow a Distinguished Service Award on Captain Jim Lovell, mission commander of Apollo 13.  Intrepid readers of this blog know that I am an Eagle Scout, and there have been forty-one career astronauts at NASA who are Eagle Scouts, including Capt. Jim Lovell.  Lovell was the first to fly into space four [...]

2 05, 2023

The Spending Calculations in Your Head

By |2023-05-02T16:59:06-05:00May 2nd, 2023|Articles|0 Comments

People spend money in different ways.  Some keep track of daily, monthly, or general spending, others have no structure, and some follow a strict budget.  The cadence by which people spend may require adjustments from time to time, especially if something unexpected comes up.  Speaking of which, unexpected expenses are a good reason to start a regular savings plan- paying yourself first- as part of any budget, whether formalized [...]