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    Tips for Being a Better Boss
    0 Tips for Being a Better Boss

    Being the boss seems like a good deal at first.  You are in charge and you have employees under you to follow your directions to accomplish a goal.  However, we have all come across bosses who need improvement or who are just plain awful.  Making poor decisions while in charge can lead to poor work performance and often leads to low employee morale.  Below are a few simple tricks to being a better boss.

     

    Lead by Example

    If you are a supervisor, you are expected to ask other people to do some...

    5 Tips for Making Better New Year’s Resolutions
    0 5 Tips for Making Better New Year’s Resolutions

    It is the time of year where everyone is constantly amending forms.  Almost everyone makes the mistake of dating something 2017 in the beginning of the year only to have to make a correction and change the date to 2018.  This is the most obvious mistake people make in regards to the New Year but it is likely the least important.  The New Year also brings a new set of resolutions to better ones self.   However, people tend to make the wrong types of resolutions.  The intention is correct but peop...

    Treat Others as You Wish to be Treated
    0 Treat Others as You Wish to be Treated

    Treat Others as You Wish to be Treated

    As the year comes to an end people are typically busy purchasing gifts, making travel plans, and planning family gatherings.  A lot of things are going on at once and mistakes are bound to happen.  Remember that the holiday season is about spreading joy and not getting bent out of shape over a mistake with a reservation, food order, or holiday gift.  Many people give up time with their families to be at work and it is important to treat these people respec...

    Time to Spend Some Money!
    0 Time to Spend Some Money!

    As the year comes to an end, it’s time to start thinking about how to spend the extra money in your business account to avoid having to pay taxes on it.  Small business owners have to pay taxes on the profit made by a company at the end of the year.  One of the best ways to avoid paying these taxes is to reinvest the extra money into your business.   There are many ways to spend this extra money, below are a few tips on how to use these dollars effectively.

     

    Payoff Bills

    The most cost effect...

    Tips for Surviving December
    0 Tips for Surviving December

    The month of December is a fun and crazy time in the United States; the days get shorter, the weather gets colder, and the mad frenzy of Christmas shopping comes to full swing.  This time of year can be both fun and stressful.  Below is a list of some simple tips that can help keep stress levels low and allow you to make the most of the end of the year.

    Check the Weather

    December starts the time of year where you would expect to see cold temperatures, freezing rain, and snow.  These weather co...

    Top 6 Practical Gifts to Give to Coworkers and Employees
    0 Top 6 Practical Gifts to Give to Coworkers and Employees

    As the year comes to an end, the Holiday season begins.  This season, known as the season of giving, is a wonderful way to spread some cheer in the office by giving gifts.  Many offices try to minimize the expense of having to purchase gifts for everyone through Secret Santa programs and other rules such as limiting a gifts cost.  Many gifts are cute novelty items that are inexpensive and have provide a short period of joy to the person receiving the gift; however, there are other gift options a...

    Holiday Shopping Tips
    0 Holiday Shopping Tips

    We have hit the time of the year where everyone starts to think about Holiday gifts.  Whether you are buying for a coworker, friend, family member, or employee, it is easy to go over budget and buy the wrong item.  Below are some basic tips for getting the most bang for your buck this holiday season.

    Making a List

    Most people already do this; however, spending the time to write down a list and not go off memory can help save you time, money, and effort.   This list should also be more detailed...

    7 Tips for Starting Your Day Better
    0 7 Tips for Starting Your Day Better

    As the year heads toward the winter season it is easy to fall into a simple routine in the morning, but is it the routine that is best for you.  Many people take short cuts in the morning to get a little extra sleep; however, these shortcuts can set you back both mentally and physically all day long.  Below are some simple habits to help you start your day in the right foot.

     

    Start with Water

    Many people wake up and go right for the coffee pot to help jump start themselves for the day.  This...

    Almost the Holiday Season Again!
    0 Almost the Holiday Season Again!

    November is here and with it comes the talk of holiday gift shopping.  The month of December is one of the busiest months for retailers, both brick and mortar and online, due to family members purchasing the ideal gift for their loved ones.  Stores have already started putting up holiday décor and have started advertising for the season.  However, when is it too early to start gift shopping, when is the ideal time to buy?

     

    Start Planning

    It is never too early to begin the planning stage for ...

    Being Prepared for the Season of Snow
    0 Being Prepared for the Season of Snow

    Snow will be here shortly, and many people are typically caught by surprise when it finally hits.  There are several ways to be prepared and some basic habits to help deal with surprise snow storms.   Whether it is having the right items in the car and house or being prepared to work from home to avoid dangerous driving conditions, one thing remains constant.  If you plan, the cold snowy weather will not affect your daily work regimen. 

     

    Consumer Products

    There are a number of items that are...