Tag: Friedman’s Law of Triangular Relationships

Friedman’s Law of Triangular Relationships

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: the odds of a commercial relationship involving three or more parties going off the rails are far higher than commercial relationhips involving two parties. There’s a reason for this. Say that three parties, called A, B and C, are working together […]

Couples and Financial Planning: Of Communication Flows and Gender-Neutrality

Seth MacFarlane made a lot of jokes last night during the Oscars that had a lot of people talking. The consensus emerging among the talkers not pleased with Mr. MacFarlane’s banter was that, yes, he was juvenile but, above all, very sexist, in that the world in which his jokes […]