Rashmi’s Ethics Blog – Latest Posts

Is wearing a mask an ethical decision?

Is wearing a mask an ethical decision? Pretty much all of the world there is some level of a mask requirement. I live in Florida and there’s a mandatory mask order for the entire city of Miami. If y…

October 7, 2020

Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg

I am dedicating this blog to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Justice Ginsburg was a trailblazer. Though she was small, she is a giant for all of us. Women especially, there are so many aspe…

October 1, 2020

Building Roots Like The Mangroves

In Miami we have these things called mangroves and near my house there is this very complicated and complex mangrove. An entire park essentially where there are some roads and a beach area and the mar…

September 23, 2020

Having Resiliency and Overcoming Adversity

Hi everyone. So I live in Miami, Florida, and today I thought I’d talk a little bit about resiliency and overcoming adversity. Oftentimes I’m asked at the end of my talks, what’s you…

September 16, 2020

White Collar Decisions: Amazon Wishlist for Books

After I was sentenced, I knew that I had 60 days to surrender and I decided I was going to send an email to all of my friends. I was really fortunate to have a lot of friends and family wrote letters …

September 10, 2020

What is AntiFragility?

We should adopt antifragility as a means of maneuvering through disorder. That because everything is susceptible to stress change and some kinds of entropy or volatility. And so what it means is like …

September 2, 2020

How Ethics is Like Fitness

How do you constantly keep ethics at the forefront of conversation within a corporation? I really believe ethics is like a fitness routine. Many of you know, that I am committed to a daily workout reg…

August 26, 2020

Having Courageous Conversations When Life Gets Hard

Hey everyone today, I wanted to talk to you about creating space to have courageous conversations. This is a really hard topic, and I would say the most difficult decision I had to make through my pro…

August 19, 2020