Should the Federal Government Regulate Executive Pay?

Watching the 2012 Republican Primary has me thinking about the role of government and it reminded me of a debate I participated in during one of my MBA classes. During my Fall Semester of 2008, I was in the midst of my Management of Finance course at The University of Arizona Eller MBA and the […]

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Looking Forward To...

My father and I had a conversation several years ago that we both share a fondness for “looking forward to”. We both enjoy greatly “looking forward to” a special event that is happening in the future and that “looking forward to” the event was a major part of the excitement. Garrison Keillor is coming to […]

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2011 Year in Review for Micky Thompson

The 2010 year saw the end of my time at The University of Arizona where I completed my MBA in Entrepreneurship. I was delighted to end the 2010 year being featured on the cover of The University of Arizona's Eller Progress Magazine. 2011 started off on the same theme of media where I saw my […]

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15 Tips for Your Next Flight

I am a moderate to heavy traveler and flying has become a regular travel method for me. My 6-year-old daughter is even a world-class traveler. When she was 4, she flew 14 times in less than one year and even earned a free flight from Southwest for being a frequent flier. People always comment how […]

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The 3 Things Entrepreneurs Do for Our Economy

When the question comes up about who is doing the most for Entrepreneurship in America, you will often hear the Kauffman Foundation mentioned. I am a huge fan of the Kaufman Foundation and this latest video from them solidifies why. Watch the video below called "The Three Things Entrepreneurs Do for Our Economy" by Carl […]

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Aging in Silicon Valley

Every year, I plan an excursion for my birthday and this year was no different. My company, Post.Bid.Ship., had recently purchased Salesforce.com (SFDC) to provide our sales team a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system and it just so happened that SFDC had also scheduled their customer convention in San Francisco the same week as my birthday this […]

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15 Steps for Attracting Investors

Over the past 3 years, I have been blessed to do the following things... - work with the Desert Angels, one of the nation's largest angel investor groups located in Tucson, Arizona, redesigning their website, deploying the web-based deal management system Angelsoft and helping to perform investment due diligence - volunteer as a business advisor […]

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First Commercial Video for Post.Bid.Ship.

Next week, Post.Bid.Ship. will be officially debuting our first ever commercially produced web video. My team and I at Post.Bid.Ship. are very proud of this video and would like to give you my loyal readers an early debut as thank you for following us on this journey. Enjoy!

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Who's that on The University of Arizona homepage?

I was contacted last week by The University of Arizona and informed that I would be highlighted on their homepage. As you can imagine, I was very proud of such an honor. To read the article that The University of Arizona wrote about my entrepreneural life and how I used The University of Arizona to […]

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TruckItNow Featured in Arizona Daily Star

The Arizona Daily Star featured TruckItNow (now known as Post.Bid.Ship.) along with a quote from my business partner Jarret Hamstreet. It isn't the Wall Street Journal but it is a pretty good start!

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