Author: Brad Hubbard

  • Decentralize The Grid

    Decentralize The Grid

    Turn power generation upside down from a top down to a bottom up solution.

  • The Simple Act of Communicating

    The Simple Act of Communicating

    The healthcare industry could use a lesson or two in how to communicate.

  • Air Travel Has Lost Its Romanticism

    Air Travel Has Lost Its Romanticism

    Air Travel Ain’t What It Used To Be.

  • Hope In Humanity

    Hope In Humanity

    A quick glance of the news headlines can drive anyone into isolation. Mass shootings at public places, a horrific war in Ukraine, and overall anger at each other over everything from books to the Dallas Cowboys. But there is hope and it was on display one morning in Littleton, Colorado. During the morning rush hour […]

  • The Audacity

    The Audacity

    Car in the shop? Another carbon emitting vehicle on the road shouldn’t be the only answer.

  • Finding The Better Candidate

    Finding The Better Candidate

    Finding The Better Candidate.

    “…the team has decided to move forward with other candidates.”

  • You’re Darn Right They Are Tough

    You’re Darn Right They Are Tough

    You’re Darn Right They Are Tough A Vermont company is one you should check out as they are doing things about as right as you can do them.

  • Rideshares Can Be A Win-Win For Commuters

    Rideshares Can Be A Win-Win For Commuters

    *Full disclosure, I have been a Lyft shareholder and currently own Uber in my portfolio.* I have to weigh in on this subject of rideshares and public transportation. First, I use public transportation a few times a week and bike to work a few days a week. Second, I use a rideshare nearly every weekend […]

  • Student Debt And A Way Out

    Student Debt And A Way Out

    There is $1.6 trillion in student debt in the U.S. Something like 92% of it is held by the federal government. Worse yet, 40% of student loan borrowers are 65 or older. It’s safe to say that this is a problem that we are not focusing on but one that will come back and bit […]

  • Favorite Reads of 2018

    Favorite Reads of 2018

      I fell one book short of my goal of reading a book a month. I did get to read some impressive books ranging from cybersecurity to life after a GM plant closed to the memoir of a diplomat. Below are some quick hits on my favorites. All the reviews can be found on medium.com. […]