The Economy Needs Fewer, Better Fintech Regulations

This story originally appeared in The Observer Dusty Wunderlich  |  Published June 25, 2017 The official line on the Great Recession is that it’s over. The economy has recovered, and brighter days are ahead for Americans who suffered through the worst economic spell since the 1930s. But those optimistic outlooks seem a bit overstated when […]

Negative Innovation Hurting Entrepreneurs

This story originally appeared in USA Today Dusty Wunderlich  |  Published April 26, 2017 Entrepreneurism is going extinct in rural areas. Our livelihood as a business-friendly state is at risk, compounding the threat to the pioneering mindset which inspires our economy. In an era of negative innovation, political activism is more important than ever for […]

The Resurrection and the Trilemma of Truth

Many who know me or follow my writings know that I discuss the concepts of entitlement, protectionism, and privilege on a regular basis.  I have addressed these topics from a philosophical and economic view point often and believe these mindsets to be the foundation in our culture and economy currently.  I find these to be […]

The Entrepreneurial Crossroads

Entrepreneurship is a chaotic path that does not always go in the direction one thinks. This is the exhilarating part of being an entrepreneur. It is also what makes it an incredibly humbling and rewarding experience.  The path of unpredictability in innovation is one worth traveling. As an organization grows it changes, the people within […]