2 Important IP Tools Every Small Business Owner Should Know

Small business owners have many intangible assets: photographs, website copy, sales brochures, etc. All of these are considered “intellectual property”: you own the copyright to anything your company creates for itself. But what happens when you hire someone from outside the company to create something for you, like sales copy or web design? Who owns that? What if you discover […]

Impromptu vacation in New York!

New York – New York is a wonderful city! A vacation in a city that many people have not experienced, by definition, to the fullest, can be exciting, active, exciting, very pleasant and romantic. The “Big Apple”, the “City that never sleeps”: New York is a city of superlatives: the largest in the United States; it is the most exciting; […]

Real estate agents, home builders and sellers: how do you spell “sold”? – LISTEN!

Demographics matter! Statistics have shown us that in North America alone there are approximately 85 million (yes, MILLIONS) Baby Boomers! By their numbers alone, they have become a force to be reckoned with. They’re telling you what they’re looking for in a home, but are you listening? As a licensed interior designer in Orlando, Florida, I often work with clients […]

Mammography: a very brief history

Breast cancer is not new, but the means we use to detect and study it are. Mammography, the science used to examine the breast, only began to develop its roots in the last century. Since then, the means and methods to detect cancerous tumors have only changed. It wasn’t until 1895 that X-rays were developed. In 1913, a German surgeon […]

Exploding the Details: Why Speechwriters Need to Pay Attention to Logistics

Murphy’s law When Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowan spoke at the White House on St. Patrick’s Day 2009, he began reading President Obama’s comments. The teleprompter had the wrong speech loaded. Someone screwed up. The speechwriter did not double check with the teleprompter operator beforehand. Reality was following fiction. A first season episode of The West Wing opens with speechwriter […]

MLM, Wellness, and the Baby Boomer Generation

One of the largest markets for wellness products, it is aimed squarely at the needs and concerns of the baby boomer generation. This generation, defined as those born between the years 1946 and 1964, represents the most prosperous and influential sector of the economy. More than 90 million in the US and Canada, baby boomers have had a dramatic effect […]

5 things to consider before buying kitchen cabinets

If you are going to remodel your kitchen, you may be looking for new kitchen cabinets. Before making a decision, we suggest you consider a few important things. In this guide, we’ll look at some of the basics of buying kitchen cabinets, including construction, quality, style, size, budget, and finish. You need to consider these things before buying the desired […]

Introducing the Affordable Website

I believe that web services as a platform have matured to the point where they offer exceptional value and, in my opinion, have moved the needle on affordable website design. I also think this is good news because simply creating a website and not marketing it in any way is like building a beautiful building in a field with no […]