With the Democratic primary in full swing, the public will soon turn its full attention to the 2020 presidential election. If 2016 is any indication, the 2020 presidential race promises to be heated and divisive. The following article explains why all businesses need a political-activity policy.
What comes to mind when you consider the word “serenity”? Do you picture an image of a place that is peaceful and calm, or even visualize yourself actually there? Do you hear the gentle sounds of soft music or nature, with a refreshing aroma wafting through the air? Do you sense a feeling that is secure, peaceful and calm?
Walking into a gym can feel intimidating and isolating. People are buried in their own worlds running on a treadmill, while others stare helplessly at huge pieces of weight equipment they feel uncomfortable using on their own.
Don Somerville, owner of Different Breed Sports Academy, understands
As snail mail fades into the past and email correspondence takes over the future, more and more people are turning to online mediums for special announcements and events. Ayala Muller of Clearly Graphic offers customizable evites that are tasteful, affordable and user-friendly. Users can send these evites through email, WhatsApp
They say it takes a village to raise a child, and The Village Therapy Place is here to help. Specializing in pediatric occupational and physical therapy, The Village Therapy Place treats mainstream kids and those with special needs in a warm, fun and comprehensive setting.
Beginning in 1966, the annual Labor Day Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy telethon raised upwards of $2.5 billion. During its 45-year life span, it became a staple of regular TV viewing highlighting a parade of celebrities who joined “Jerry’s Kids” to entertain viewers and solicit contributions. Jerry used to say he would be happy if he
“People are our greatest asset.”
This phrase has been recited so often by businesses it has acquired a French flavor: it’s a cliché that’s passé. Cynical business consultants write articles that begin “Stop Telling Me People Are Your Greatest Asset.”
“Make feedback normal. Not a performance review.” —Ed Batista
During leadership trainings I will often ask participants to describe what good (and poor) feedback looks and feels like. At one recent talk to mid-level managers, I received the following descriptors about strong feedback.
Entrepreneurs should constantly push themselves to innovate and try new things. As they say, “Good is the enemy of best”—so even if you’re comfortable and think you’re getting by just fine, that type of complacency could be the thing that’s holding you back from true greatness.
In a time where kids’ artwork has become increasingly centered around material themes, KidspirationArt is fighting back with wholesome, inspiring alternatives. Created by Marc Stein, along with his two daughters, Abigail and Rebecca, KidspirationArt offers a variety of artwork and designs that promote positivity
(Courtesy of Touro College) The close-knit community at Touro’s Lander College for Men (LCM) was on full display during Career Week as dedicated alumni came back to Lander to share their professional experiences with current students. Over the course of a week, students were able to attend dinners with
Do you go to networking events? And are you an introvert? If you are, you’re probably feeling overwhelmed. How will you manage in a large, crowded space?
Good news! It doesn’t have to be scary or impossible to navigate.
To those who say otherwise, I say