COVID isolation rules aside – you wouldn’t normally try to cut your own hair, would you?
You might own a trimmer or some fancy styling tools. You may even be really adventurous and have tried a “color …
COVID-19 may have seemed like a term found in business newspapers announcing a company merger. Coronavirus was jokingly referred to as a beer-related illness.
An event like a worldwide pandemic always seems far-fetched until it happens.
As the …
Smart phones, Twitter, Instagram and the never-ending wave
of 24-hour communication coupled with people’s busy lives can make holding
paper seem positively archaic.
Do people still read annual reports? What is the point when
everything is so “digital,” so immediate?
“Deadline” is an ominous sending word on its face. In fact,
after some cursory research, we found the term may be connected with the
American Civil War. Soldiers used “dead line” to reference an physical line or
boundary prisoners …
As we close the final year of the decade, it’s an
appropriate time to reflect on what we have accomplished and set new goals for
2020 and beyond.
Have you considered adding “work life balance” to your list?
We all …