“Darkest Hour,” a 2017 war drama film, devotes its narrative to the early days of British prime minister Winston Churchill, who rallied a nation against the merciless Nazi onslaught of World War II.
It is practically impossible to completely cut negative people from your life, but there are some steps that you can take to help mitigate the damage that they can do.
Keeping your business top of mind for your customers requires creativity and constant reminders that your goods and services are available.
An ancient Greek storyteller and fabulist, Aesop is thought to have been a slave who eventually acquired his freedom by reciting clever moral fables involving animals with human characteristics.
Creating a printed mailer is one of the best ways to get your message across to a wide variety of individuals, but how can you be sure that your message isn’t lost among the raft of bills and magazines that tend to litter every mailbox in America?
“This work is sloppy and does not meet the needs of the company. You’ll have to completely rework it.”
Looking to grow personally or professionally, but not sure where to start?
Last week we examined the incredible benefits of lifelong learning. Increased cognitive function increases the health of the entire body, and continued education sparks social engagement (as we learn from and WITH others) that brings confidence and delight. Research suggests that people with strong social connections tend to be happier and live longer.
Irene Obera is an 84-year-old southern California native who loves bowling, tennis, and educating others.
With all the buzz around social media marketing, leveraging influencers, and digital retargeting ads, has print marketing lost its luster?
The physical and emotional abuse began when she was five years old.
By the time she was 13, she was homeless and relying on the kindness of strangers to feed and house her. At 14, she gave birth to a son who died in infancy. Shortly afterward, she was sent to live with an uncle in whom she later referred to as her “father.” Even though this teenager had suffered years of poverty and abuse, something fierce and fiery within her would not give up. She attended a Milwaukee high school and earned grades good enough to get her into the Upward Bound program, a federally funded program to help gifted students achieve academic success.