Business Lessons from Presidential Elections

Who is the best candidate to beat President Obama in the 2012 elections: Rick Perry or Mitt Romney?

I know, it’s too early to speculate. However, I have created a way for us to pretend that we actually learn something about business when we follow presidential politics. So if you love politics and also love business, here is a place where you can connect the two.

Once there, you can say your piece in a debate, participate in polls, give some advice to the candidates or just simply lurk and take it all in.

Here is an excerpt:

“I don’t have a horse in the race. I am registered “unaffiliated” in the state of Maryland. (How boring? I know.) Do I have subconscious preferences and biases? Perhaps. Opinions? You will be reading them shortly! But in the end, this page is my sincere attempt to keep it neutral to all parties.

This page is not about issues, nor is it a debate on who is right and who is wrong. It looks at politics purely from the viewpoint of a strategic game. Win or lose. That’s it. Do I care about the issues? Yes. Do we talk about them here? Not really, except when they are a strategic part of winning the election.”

You can visit this interactive page here: Business Lessons from Presidential Elections.

(You can read and follow the links on this interactive page without being a member. To be able to participate in some of the interactive stuff, you will have to sign up for Squidoo, which is quick, easy and free. On a side note, it’s a terrific tool for you if you are passionate about something and want to tell the world about it.)

Wishing you a very happy success!

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