Summer should be a time to relax and take a break from the grind, but it can be hard to catch a breath between demands of family, home and work. Don’t let yourself miss the fun this season because you have too much on your plate. Here are seven places
Selling in as much of our culture as buying is. Understanding what makes a person say “yes” or “no” will help you navigate any situation. Here are 5 reasons to read, Daniel Pink’s new book now: 1. You Are A SalesPerson Pink’s research confirmed that 1 in 9 American workers
I was recently invited to speak at FIT on ways event planners can leverage social media. More and more planners are being challenged to incorporate non-traditional marketing tactics into their event strategies. These days, being a good planner means being able to build a “360” activation and being able to
I fell in love with musicals when I was a kid and watched AMC (America’s Movie Classics) all summer. This was AMC, pre-The Walking Dead and every character learned a joyful lesson. A few years later I discovered Broadway and my education continued. If you itching to see a timely
If you have the guts to start your own business, take the smart next step and hire a lawyer. A business lawyer will save time, energy and money that you’ll need in order to run the company. As the owner, your main focus should be ensuring the loyalty of your
There are many reasons to ask for help at work, one of the most important is to maintain your ability to perform. If the best way for you to excel is with some assistance, use these tips from the UK’s Guardian to succeed at every task and meet every deadline.
In an ideal world, we’d be able to handle everything that was thrown our way and have quality time left over for our families and selves. But for most Americans this just isn’t the case. Professional responsibilities command more of our time each year; making any free moments that much