With the start of each new school year comes the excitement of shopping for new supplies and the virtually boundless ads and offers featuring discounted merchandise. But buyers should beware – that bargain you think you’re getting may not add up in the long run.
If you’re like the average household, juggling the logistics of home, business and family can send you into “information overdrive.” Even in today’s technology-driven society, paper continues to stream in through the door, cluttering up our desktops, countertops and nightstands. Jamming papers into a cabinet
Clutter = stress. The more things you have to look at, deal with, sort through, ignore, or clean, the greater your stress levels. Experts say that most people regularly use only about 10 percent of their belongings, which means that 90 percent of what’s on
The biggest mistake people make when working in teams is thinking that everyone works just like they do, according to Gloria Petersen, a corporate speaker and trainer. “The most important thing to realize when working within a team is get to know each individual personality