All posts by Mike Peluso

Mike Peluso writes about the collision between between the business / professional world and life. He also writes about the journey involved with the Peluso Presents efforts including the Blog, Books, and Podcast so that others may benefit from his efforts. From Mike: I spend hundreds of hours working on these articles every year with no compensation other than support I get through donations. You can support with a tip and by Subscribing to the Podcast (and writing a review on iTunes would be really appreciated as well!) One time tips:

Episode 190 – Can We Make Every Job a Government Job? (But Not Like That)

Government has issues for sure.  There is one area where government usually out performs the private sector by a wide margin: Employee Benefits.  This show asks: Is it possible to get Gov’t style benefits into […]

Can We Make Every Job a Government Job? (but not like that)

What if we could take the best parts of having a government job, and spread them across the whole private sector?

Episode 189 – Politics

Politics is a thing that drives intense emotional reactions out of people.  It used to be a passion of mine until I started to look at our political realities a little differently.  This show is […]


No matter how bad the other guy is, your guy has something to balance it off.

Episode 188 – The Law of Convenience

Why do sub par options often win in the marketplace, at work, in life?  The answer, more often than not, is that they are convenient.  Convenience always seems to win and this show explains why […]

The Law of Convenience

Convenience rules the world, and that’s not really a good thing.

Episode 187 – Voluntary Activity

What’s the benefit for doing extra projects at work that your not asked to do?  Is it just something you see workaholics do or is there some real benefit to it?  Another new episode of the […]

Voluntary Activity

How much extra should you do when nobody asked you to do it?

Episode 186 – Vanity and the Work Environment

There is, and will always be a bias in society for those who are attractive to others.  This bias definitely exists in the workplace.   For those that are naturally attractive, they benefit.  For those who […]

Vanity and the Work Environment

You got to look good at work, but to what extent will you go to do it?