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Watch Out, GM and Chrysler: Apple’s Getting Into the Auto Industry

June 29, 2015

Yes, Macintosh is making its first automobile for production as early as the year 2020 — just five years after Marty McFly traveled to the future and almost got eaten by a 3D animated shark. Crazy, right? As far-fetched as it may sound that the maker of Apple computers is now thinking about an internal […]

It’s Okay to Ask About Cost for Financial Advisement

April 29, 2015

Why so timid? You are, after all, interviewing that potential candidate for financial advisement! You need to know the goods, just like you would the skinny on any attorney-at-law about anything regarding your family, business, real estate, home improvement or even employment. It’s your livelihood. Your money. Your finances. Heck, you’re looking to hire a […]

Truly Customizable Housing in the Forefront and “Off the Shelf”

March 5, 2015

This is about as close as we can get to having “Legos,” man! For the first time, it seems that the real estate market actually got a lot more fun than it already is. How so? Customizable housing. That’s how. But I Thought We Already Have Customizable Housing, so to Speak…. Not like this. Not […]

Knowing How to Advance Your Corporate Culture With Class

March 3, 2015

It’s both an art and a science, mind you: take note of that and take it with you to the bank. Corporate culture isn’t something that just grows by osmosis, nor does it develop through sales and profit. Corporate culture has to be planned specifically, with decisions made by the higher-ups determining just what the company should […]

Delfgauw’s Superhero Teamwork Workshop: the Fantastic Four

February 26, 2015

Welcome back to the workshop, and suit up, polish your laser beams, and make sure you’ve got your spidey senses tingling, because this will ensure you’re not beating yourself up when it comes to teamwork — either personally or professionally. We’re going to now look at one remarkable team — a unique team — from […]

Why Rapunzel May Be the Best CEO for Your Company

February 23, 2015

When it comes to being a CEO, the preconceived notions of a person who can direct others, or have a grand corporate scheme of things, or even a knack for generating revenue and profit, are far beyond that of the norm and reality, as much of a surprise as that may be to the typical […]

Why Your Career Should Be Like a Trip to the Treadmill

February 13, 2015

Having a career is very much like an exercise regimen. You’re training your body (your company) to build better muscles, increase circulation, improve endurance, and generally enhance your productivity. The more you work out, the better your results, revenue and profit are. Interesting metaphor, don’t you think? Stay with me, people. I know it’s a […]

Our 10-Second New Year’s Countdown to Effective Time Management

December 30, 2014

Time’s running out on 2014, people. We better get our “shtuff” together for the new year, but in order to get that done in the right way, we have to be able to manage our time like noise-making champions wearing the 2015 hats with pride. Yes, time management is key in our daily lives, but […]

Superman’s 3 Tips to Improving Workload Management

December 26, 2014

He may be faster than a locomotive, leaping tall buildings in a single bound, and unable to hold his own psychologically with one Lois Lane, but the fact is this — even Superman can have problems with workload management. Look at his schedule, for crying out loud. That’s a lot to handle. When you check […]

3 Best Linkin Park Songs to Encourage Motivation in the Workplace

December 23, 2014

Right about now you’re reading the title going “WHAT?” in a loud voice inside your head, because no one with a right mind would even consider anything hard rock, or alternative metal, as a way to motivate yourself or your team in the workplace. It doesn’t seem to…mesh well, I guess. All those cubicles, jamming to some […]