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Do We Really Have to Write It Down? Which Contracts Must Be in Writing Explained

Posted on: September 22nd, 2016
Have you ever wondered which types of contracts must be in writing to make sure you get the benefit of your bargain? All of the U.S. states have some form of what is known as the “Statute of Frauds.” Under this law, or laws, some contracts must be in writing to be enforceable....

Name Legal Guardians for Your Kids

Posted on: September 22nd, 2016
One of the hardest things to do as a human being is to acknowledge our mortality. Some people even seem to think that if they ignore their eventual death, it will not happen. This is risky behavior for anyone, but particularly for those who are parents of young children. If parents are the victims of an untimely death or disabling accident, and have not already taken appropriate action, a court will step in and decide who will take care of their children....

Overcoming Small Business Challenges through Operational Strategies

Posted on: August 19th, 2016
As with so many things in life, some of the same qualities that help small businesses succeed, can also lead to their demise. Fortunately, much of that risk can be lessened through operational excellence. For example, the owners and managers of small businesses often know each other before they go into business together. Sometimes, they’re even related. Preexisting relationships can help propel small businesses forward, especially when there are high levels of trust and competence. ...

Even Celebrities Like Queen Latifah Act as Caregivers for Their Aging Parents

Posted on: August 19th, 2016
We may not think about it often, but even celebrities take care of their aging parents. Actress, singer, and songwriter Queen Latifah plays an active role in caring for her mother, Rita Owens, who was diagnosed with heart failure more than 10 years ago. Owens learned of her condition when she passed out at work one day. She moved from New Jersey to California to recover and be close to her daughter. There, Queen Latifah cared for her mom and acted as a coordinator for a network of healthcare providers, family, and friends. After her recovery, Owens was able to return to her home in New Jersey. Now, the two are working with the American Heart Association to raise awareness of heart failure. Queen Latifah’s story is far from unique, and can help you remember that if you are a caregiver of an elderly or sick parent, you are not alone. And there are resources available to support you. ...

Personal Growth as the Path to Support Financial Growth of Your Business

Posted on: July 29th, 2016
Many businesses can be started with a small financial investment. Online consignment, pet-sitting, and rideshare driver are just a few. But to grow your business, you need not just capital but internal insight. You need to understand just what makes you tick, otherwise the business will either quickly take over your life or it is likely to fail, sending you back to work for someone else. Owning a business will bring up all of your personal issues. Whether you are a workaholic, over caretaker, or control freak, your personal issues will invariably surface and block you as you grow your business. This is nothing to shy away from, but instead an opportunity! Your job is to see the issues, take 100% responsibility for them, and learn, grow and evolve as a result. And, even though you may not think of a lawyer as being able to help with these issues, we can. ...

Work-Life Balance: A Personal Perspective

Posted on: July 29th, 2016
Pick up the latest copy of just about any business magazine, and you’re likely to find at least one article on work-life balance. Employers all over the country are talking about how to retain employees, particularly millennials, by enhancing work-life balance. But the conversation really can’t stop or start with employers. It must start with you. For the next two weeks, use a tracking calendar to track all of your waking time. It’s easy to do this using a google calendar that you set up specifically for identifying what you spend each hour of your day doing. Then, at the end of the week, identify how much time you spent on self care, how much time you spent on family, and how much time you spent working. You’ll quickly be able to see where you might be out of balance. ...
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