In October 2018, I shared some statistics about divorce in the United States. According to research, the rate of divorce in America is down for 2018. According to the same study, conducted by the Pew Research Center, there were several factors identified as characteristics of a marriage that make it less likely to divorce.
Statistics about Divorce in the United States in 2018… Read More U.S. Divorce Statistics 2018
Divorce is a trying time. Today’s motivational quote reminds us that a new day will come despite what today has brought us.
Divorce is such a trying time. Emotions run high. Fear and anger can run deep. It is best to seek advice from someone you trust. Remember, the children see, hear, and feel more than we know.
While doing work at the office today, I happen to answer the phone when a call came in from 1-315-227-2006. They said, “This is the IRS and a lawsuit has been filed against you.” I knew about this scam, so I just said, OK.” The person on the other end of the line… Read More The IRS Does NOT Call (Usually): Communication Alert
During the interview and hiring process, managers may have the urge to boast or exaggerate about the opportunities and benefits of being a part of the company. Many business owners and managers “puff up” their company to encourage a great applicant to accept an employment offer. If you are going to do this, you… Read More Don’t Make Promises When Hiring
I thought I would take the time to answer a question I was asked earlier in the week. I’m guessing that most business owners would have their own way of answering this. Throughout the years, I have incorporated different methods and strategies to try and get more out of my workday. As a long-time business… Read More 3 Strategies I Use to Make the Most of Your Workday?