Have you seen this guy before? Scott Ginsberg? Just hilarious! Really writes some excellent blogs. Take a look at this link to see how to eliminate drama from your life. Right on the mark, … [Read more...] about How to Delete the Drama from Your Life
Although I am not sure why but I usually get a surprised look from folks when they find out I have a concealed carry weapon (CCW) permit. I honestly feel it is well within our rights to carry a defensive weapon should we choose to accept the responsibility. I also feel it is our duty. Below is an … [Read more...] about Why I Got My CCL Permit
Are the attitudes of college graduates who earned their degrees this year different from their predecessors? Is there a reshuffling of values among the Generation Y members as they search for work after college? The 2008 Graduating Student Survey of the National Association of Colleges and Employers … [Read more...] about Eskridge & Associates: Class of 2008 ~ A Change in Work-Life Balance issues?
I was reviewing some back issues of Saurage Research Key Findings and came across some statistics that could have a very interesting impact on a typical healthcare practice. In their Winter 1999/2000 Issue of Key Findings I read the following: 45% of all U.S. households are connected to the … [Read more...] about Time to Rethink This Website Stuff
We’ve all heard stories about the younger generations – the “slacker” Generation X, the inexperienced Generation Y (or N-Gens) – and how their work values and efforts are much different than the Baby Boomers who are starting to retire. Researchers have noted that the events happening while an … [Read more...] about Managing the Next Generations