Stacy Bettison Logo

Blog

Stacy Bettison

She writes about business, the law and communications.

Your Voices
October 24, 2013
Cold, Wet, Dirty and Bored – Why "Roughing It" is So Good

Cold, Wet, Dirty and Bored – Why "Roughing It" is So Good

It was no Disney vacation, but a weekend of camping provided some important moments.
Sports
May 20, 2013
Racetrack Novice: A first experience at Canterbury

Racetrack Novice: A first experience at Canterbury

In a word -- captivating.
Your Voices
March 21, 2013

What's missing in women having it "all"

There's more to the discussion about work/family balance.
Your Voices
December 16, 2012

There, but for grace, go we

No one is immune from Newtown's tragedy. Some resources for schools, parents.
Sports
December 4, 2012
Lance Armstrong

Your Voices, Stacy Bettison: How Livestrong, Armstrong are moving on

Livestrong is rebuilding, and the public waits for Lance's moment of truth.
Your Voices
October 14, 2012

The Unfortunate Irony of Fear-Based Decisions

Penn State and the Japanese nuclear disaster demonstrate the high costs of fear-based decisions
Your Voices
September 27, 2012

The First Amendment: The Blood in Our Veins

What makes the First Amendment so challenging for some to understand? How can we better explain why the First Amendment is so important to Americans?
Your Voices
September 12, 2012

Dusting off school crisis plans – good for kids, families & schools

Back to school is upon us, and school crisis management teams will meet to review their crisis programs and policies.
Your Voices
August 7, 2012

Climate change skeptic's about-face: conviction and ego left behind

The recent turnaround on climate change shows necessity of flexibility
Your Voices
July 23, 2012
FDA's BPA Ban: Little change for consumers, a band-aid for industry

FDA's BPA Ban: Little change for consumers, a band-aid for industry

FDA BPA Ban comes 4 years after industry abandoned use – why now and who does it help?
Your Voices
July 12, 2012

Cussing from the stump: lob a bomb or keep it clean?

What role does swearing have in civic speech?
Your Voices
July 11, 2012
Glaxo's new notoriety: $3b in criminal fines, an apology and a vow to do better

Glaxo's new notoriety: $3b in criminal fines, an apology and a vow to do better

With the largest health care settlement in U.S. history to its name, GlaxoSmithKline responds accordingly.
Your Voices
June 28, 2012

Triathlons, Bloody Knees and Professional Success

For this novice triathlete, the challenges of training are plentiful. The rules for disciplined training apply equally to the successful, ethical professional.