Business and the Workplace

May 16, 2023
First Remote Work, Now a Four Day Work Week?

We’ve already witnessed what no one would have considered probable or possible back in early 2020: remote work not just as mainstream in America, but in the world. Another trend…

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August 3, 2021
Why the Rise of Vegan “Meat”?

As any Gent might know, there’s rarely such a thing as a secret vegan.  While some may have religious or particular medical reasons for vegan diets, many vegans opt for…

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September 14, 2020
Is Remote Work Here to Stay?

One of the changes that came to us early in 2020 was mandated remote work for a large part of the work force.  As the year continues it looks like…

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March 26, 2020
Five Ways to Help Small Businesses in an Emergency

Many small businesses are being forced to close because of the panic pandemic that is sweeping up the world and which the United States has recently been pulled into.  Focus on Solutions…

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August 30, 2019
LinkedIn: Better than You Thought

LinkedIn was first founded in 2002 as a social network entirely focused on the professional aspect of people’s lives. In time it added job listings and advertising and first became…

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July 17, 2019
Trades, Teams, and Loyalty

This summer in particular has been packed with NBA news. A Canadian team won the championship for the first time, perhaps in part due to one of the best players…

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May 7, 2019
Ten Years of Shark Tank

“How long have you been watching Shark Tank?” Daymond John asked. Eighteen-year old Max Feber, founder of Bruw Coffee (who ended up getting a deal with Dallas-based shark Mark Cuban)…

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February 19, 2019
Do Business Cards Still Matter?

Digital devices have managed to make standalone cameras, watches, and even house keys begin to disappear.  Complementing this dematerialization caused by technology, a wave of minimalism is sweeping many developed…

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