It’s New Orleans: Out to Lunch

Women Driven Media

The women’s movement has been striving to define the place of women in the workplace, and in society in general, since the 1960’s. Although there have been some major turning points over the past half century, the era we’re in now may turn out to be one of the most significant and long lasting. In…

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Moving Into Your New Office

There was a time in New Orleans, that if you told someone you were moving into your new office, it was probably in Houston. Or Atlanta. In the 1990’s, whole office buildings in New Orleans were empty. Leasing companies were in a reverse-bidding war – under-selling each other to attract tenants. A significant number of…

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Sorting Out The Truth

You may not be consciously aware of it, but you’re constantly making decisions. Many of these decisions are in the service of sorting out the truth of what’s going on around you. Starting with deciding it’s time to get up in the morning, till you decide it’s time to go to bed at night, you’re making…

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Put Your Phone Down

Wherever you are right now, take a look around. Whether you’re at home, at work, in the car, on your bike, or in a restaurant, it’s almost 100% certain you’ll see someone looking at their phone. More than likely, that someone is you! Both of Peter’s guests on this edition of Out to Lunch would…

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Rural and Urban Dirt

We like to divide things up into opposites. Like married or single. Man or woman. Rural or urban. Increasingly, though, we’re coming to find out that things are not so black and white. Marriage alternatives and pansexuality are subjects for shows that probably don’t wander into the realm of business, but the dichotomy of rural and urban…

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