With the baby boomer generation entering their golden years, more and more are proudly calling the Silver State home. Recognizing all the opportunities Nevada has to offer, more and more retirees are moving to our state, making it one of the most popular destinations for retirees in the country.
“It’s not that simple.” We’ve all heard that response when discussing what turns out to be a simplistic yet ineffective way to address a complicated problem.
Our ability to adapt and thrive in a variety of environments is one of the most defining characteristics of our species. As Albert Einstein once said, “The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.”
Everybody benefits from such a second chance. Most of us have gotten a few breaks in our lives that have enabled them to start fresh, or at the very least, start again. Given the scale of the prison population in Nevada and across the United States, as Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “The time is always right to do what is right.”
This week, the term “business aviation” is making its way into local headlines, as my organization hosts an annual convention that gathers thousands of professionals whose companies rely on the use of mostly small airplanes to meet their transportation challenges.
If we are headed into a recession, it is the result of the natural economic cycle of ups and downs — the natural expansion and contraction of the economy. It’s important to recognize that today’s scenario is very different from the conditions that led up to the Great Recession, which was caused by the subprime mortgage crisis fueled by household debt and real estate loans granted to unqualified buyers.
Millions of us wake up one morning to the haunting realization that we’re losing the battle to avoid becoming obsolete on the job.
A company’s intention in a job interview is to find the person who best fits a particular position. Recent research has shown that quite often, the candidate who was hired failed, and usually their exit was related to attitude issues that weren’t revealed in the interview.
Facebook doesn’t care about your small business. Influencers are a bad bet for most marketing plans. Google has sprouted digital eyes and ears. And, it turns out you can just pay Google to have people call you. This year has brought seismic change to internet marketing.
If business email compromise was the premise for a heist movie, it wouldn’t even be in the script for “Ocean’s Nineteen.” There’s no car chase, no cool soundtrack, no excitement, no glam. But here’s the thing: It’s dangerous, it’s crime, and it pays.