I wanted to write something less hardcore for the blog today.

One of the side effects about reading about entrepreneurship is that you begin to start understanding that some personality traits make much better entrepreneurs. Successful entrepreneurs tend to be more conscientious, open to new experiences, non-neurotic, and extroverted with research actually taking into account actual business results.

Perhaps being open minded to new experiences may have monetary consequences.

For folks like myself who is knee deep into our 40s, we’re mostly stuck in the past. Married folks and parents have musical tastes which are stuck in the 1990s and like bands like Radiohead, with Boomers pushed back even further to the era of probably the Beatles or Elvis. For the past two weeks I’ve been hanging at Wild Market food court and watched as a highly talented but hapless Millenial performer struggle with coming up with a tune for …