When planning a trip one of the biggest expenses you start to see while researching is how much you expect to spend on food. What some may not realize is you can cut out much of those unnecessary expenses by planning a bit ahead. Richard and I have made it a habit to pack nonperishable… Continue reading How to Not Spend a Million Dollars on Food When You Travel
It is not always easy to be different but it is important to embrace your different. No one has your exact story or your experiences in life. You should bring those with you on any project or any job that you do. You have a unique story so don't forget to utilize your differences to… Continue reading YOU Can Be the Key to Innovation
by Richard Furleigh The era of social once again shows us just how swiftly information spreads, especially when it involves one of America's least liked industries; airlines. At approx 7:30 last night a video showing United personnel forcibly removing a passenger was posted online, and in a little over 12 hours is trending on every… Continue reading United failed the “Social” test
by Richard Furleigh Working in such a large company I often find myself discussing with others in similar positions about our respective companies and the various issues they have. Time and time again it boggles my mind the extent to with which some of these companies operate under such antiquated practices in terms of customer… Continue reading When will big business learn about the Social age?
by Richard Furleigh A pushy car salesman prattles on about the virtues of a particular car before saying “come on, make me an offer.” The women at the furniture store keeps pushing you to the higher end furniture and talking about upgrades you don’t want. Your last mattress shopping experience, I can just about guarantee,… Continue reading Sales and Business in Living Life Creatively