Creating “NORMAL” through critical thinking

What is normal?

Humans are, for the most part, very social creatures. After a month of social distancing and living in quarantine type conditions, perhaps the most prevalent question on everyone’s mind is, when will we return to normal? However, maybe the question that we should be asking is, what will normal look like in the future? During… Continue Reading

Social Distancing Survival Tips

We had several ideas for this month’s newsletter—corporate rebranding, the on-demand economy, new out of state funding laws. However, with COVID-19 pandemic as some businesses have entirely shut down for the next 30 days, and many more companies are having their employees work remotely from home, those topics don’t seem that relevant. Social Distancing is… Continue Reading

World Consumer Rights Day

World Consumer Rights Day

The 15th of March is World Consumer Rights Day. And if you own a business, it’s a day you shouldn’t miss. Consumer rights should be on top of your mind every day. But you can take this special occasion to review what you can do even better than before. Offer Several Payment Methods People enjoy… Continue Reading

Las Vegas ranks ninth among easiest cities to buy a home

Las Vegas Housing

Reprinted from® For Sale signs are missing across the West, Midwest, and Northeast housing markets and that also means higher median listing prices. For more affordable options, buyers need to go South. Based on the analysis from®, San Jose, Calif., led the list of toughest markets to buy a home with four listings… Continue Reading

Making Your New Year’s Resolutions Into Successful Habits

Resolutions—yes nearly everyone has at least one. It is a common tradition, at the end of every year, to make some sort of life-changing resolution for the new year. The problem is how to keep those resolutions. According to research on the topic, about 60% of us admit that we make New Year’s resolutions but… Continue Reading