Yes, hindsight is 2020, and there is no doubt that every person on this planet is anxious to put 2020 in their rearview mirror. However, hindsight is only valuable if you can take the past lessons and apply them to the future.
When you look at someone’s eyes, peering out above their mask, what do you see? Sometimes a smile, but many times it is the look of worry. Joblessness and uncertainty have turned to anxiety. Worry has been termed the “official emotion of this year.” Worry is also the most pervasive psychological problem of our time…. Continue Reading
One of the most significant issues of 2020 has been the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on the economy. This month, the UNLV Lee Business School’s Center for Business and Economic Research (CBRE) posted its latest report on Nevada’s economy. According to the report released on October 8, 2020, The CBER Nevada coincident index experienced… Continue Reading
The information presented is derived from an annual survey of Nevada companies and how much they contribute to charitable organizations.
One of the most basic but difficult tasks in business is planning the needs of the future. In normal times, a company would base projections on past performance.