Category Archives: Peter Mosley

How Sun Tzu’s legendary Principles of War are actually awesome present-day lifehacks

When you think of Sun Tzu and the Art of War, what comes to mind? Do you think 6th-century warriors, battlefields and an epic battle between good and evil? No? Well, good. Despite its rather grim title, the legendary tome addresses and outlines the appropriate strategies for battle – on the field and of the mind – in short, how to win the battle… Read more »

How to find satisfaction when you hate your job

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U.S. employees are generally a happy lot: Most workers peg their job satisfaction at a 7 or more on a scale of 1 to 10, a recent survey shows. Yet what if you’re among those whose work happiness level is less than enviable? Photo by PeopleImages via Getty Images In the survey, 65 percent of respondents rated their job… Read more »

2,500! That’s right, 2,500 posts!

By Peter Mosley To celebrate the “2,500th” post on OneDegree – I first want to thank Ken Schafer (Founder) and Kate Trgovac (Previous owner) for their great work and passion. I'm Pete Mosley and I took over One Degree in 2010 and it has been, and continues to be, a great privilege! I also want to thank for their… Read more »


By Peter Mosley   He didn’t do anything – just another “selfie!” What can we do about Fake News and all the twisted and false stories we see online – mostly on Facebook, but the stories posted there start somewhere else, and continue to somewhere else, and so on and so forth. I have a solution. First, have a peek… Read more »

Wrike Rises Above Other Project Management Software After Testing

Over the last year I had occasion to look at and purchase Task and Project Management software. I had several folks on different teams sign up and test three software suites. Among the three, the one that really stood out and answered our business needs was Wrike ( For our needs this software was easy to understand and did not have… Read more »