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John Friscia

John Friscia is the Editor of Computer Aid's Accelerating IT Success. He began working for Computer Aid, Inc. in 2013 and continues to provide graphic design support for AITS. He graduated summa cum laude from Shippensburg University with a B.A. in English.

July, 2017

  • 30 July

    Why Are Employees More Loyal than Their Employers?

    Loyalty is a fickle thing. In a video for Stanford Graduate School of Business, Jeff Pfeffer explains the dynamics of loyalty in business and why things can sometimes seem unfair.

  • 30 July

    Tim Ferriss’s Favorite Productivity Hacks

    Everyone wants to find easier ways to get through their hard work. Entrepreneur Tim Ferriss shares his most straightforward tips for getting more value out of his day in this video.

  • 30 July

    A Tour of Warren Buffett’s Office

    How do you imagine Warren Buffet’s office to look? The reality might be the opposite. This video from CNN Money takes you on a tour of the office of one of the most successful people the world has ever produced.

  • 28 July

    Hope is like a path…

    Hope is like a path in the countryside. Originally, there is nothing—but as people walk this way again and again, a path appears. -Lu Xun, Chinese short story writer, editor, translator, literary critic, essayist, poet, and designer

  • 26 July

    Whenever government assumes to deliver…

    Whenever government assumes to deliver us from the trouble of thinking for ourselves, the only consequences it produces are those of torpor and imbecility. -William Godwin, English journalist, political philosopher, and novelist

  • 24 July

    A large vocabulary is like…

    A large vocabulary is like an artist having a big palette of colors. We don’t have to use all the colors in a single painting, but it helps to be able to find just the right shade when we need it. -Anu Garg, American author, speaker, and founder of

  • 21 July

    In this country … men seem to live…

    In this country … men seem to live for action as long as they can and sink into apathy when they retire. -Charles Francis Adams Sr., American historical editor, politician, diplomat, and son of President John Quincy Adams

  • 19 July

    An equilibrium is not always an optimum…

    An equilibrium is not always an optimum; it might not even be good. This may be the most important discovery of game theory. -Ivar Ekeland, influential French mathematician

  • 17 July

    Money is in some respects…

    Money is in some respects like fire; it is a very excellent servant but a terrible master. -P. T. Barnum, American politician, showman, businessman, and founder of Barnum & Bailey Circus

  • 16 July

    Daymond John’s Entrepreneurial Mindset

    Do you love baby back ribs and entrepreneurship and have some time to kill? Then watch this interview with Daymond John, where he discusses his personal strategies and philosophy for entrepreneurship, all while admiring the new baby back rib burger that he helped put into production at Carl’s Jr.