Majority of people spend 90% of their time indoors. 4 out of 5 employees believe their employers are responsible for supporting their employees' physical and psychological health. 70% of health claim costs are due to mental illness or stress related issues.Read more
According to a study conducted by profitguide.com, 76% of business owners believe they have a moral obligation to give back to their communities. The report also found that businesses earning $500,000 or less donate (cash, in-kind and employee time) approximately $22,800 a year to charitable causes. Incredibly, that averages to almost 5 percent of their annual revenue.Read more
We are all struggling with what some are referring to as the “new normal”. Life is not the same as it was before March 2020 and it will never return to that state. So we are all adjusting – in both our personal and business lives. As a friend recently said to me, it’s important to maintain a LIFE / work balance.
There are some great advantages to Zoom – no travel time, you can get together cost effectively from anywhere that has an internet connection and we’re learning to be more effective communicators….. But Zoom is NOT the same as in person meetings.
I’ve been thinking about the changes I need to continue to make in my business practices and here are some thoughts that I think are relevant to others as well, based on some talks I’ve attended recently.Read more
If we don’t engage our senses, there is no connection.Read more
October Breakfast Speaker
Budgets work well for projects and events with a beginning and an end where conscious decision making is required.
The last quarter of the year is when most of us try to make sure we have made our charitable donations before the December 31st deadline to be able to qualify for a charitable donation tax credit in 2020.Read more