When it Comes to Household Money, Both Partners Should Share in Financial Responsibility

Couples often structure their household finances where one partner takes care of all the bill-paying and investments.  But all too often, the non-financial partner is left widowed or otherwise alone and has no understanding or knowledge of household expenses, investments, or what it takes to live on month-to-month.  That is why both partners need to […]

New Rules for Today’s Workplace: Strategies for Success in the Virtual World

In her newest book, communications expert Sheryl Lindsell-Roberts delivers timely advice for anyone in business – owners, managers, employees – on surviving and succeeding in today’s technology-dependent workplace.  She focuses on the trend toward a virtual workplace and emphasizes that excellent communication skills are more essential than ever to keep up with the pace of […]

Entrepreneur’s Top 10 Small Business Predictions for 2012

Entrepreneur Media has offered up a list of Top 10 predictions for changes to expect in the small business climate in 2012.  After sifting through predictions by a handful of forecaster pronouncements and government reports, here is what they came up with as the Top 10: Volatility ahead. With Europe now teetering, economic uncertainty will […]

The 2020 Workplace – How Innovative Companies Attract, Develop, and Keep Tomorrow’s Employees Today

The workplace of the future is being shaped by the convergence of two emerging trends – Web 2.0 and the emergence of the Millennial Generation in the workforce.  Web 2.0 is a collection of breakthrough social media technologies, while the Millennial Generation is made up of people born between 1977 and 1997. This generation of […]