I hope to update this post in 5-10 years when my oldest daughter will have likely taken her last dance class. I can’t help, as we approach what is known as ‘recital season’, but reflect on the importance of dance class to my family. To give some background to those who don’t know me. I […]
When a small business of 7-19 employees and 1025 clients receives a complaint it can turn that company upside-down for a few days.
As I have made clear many times, I am a photographer and it is my primary business. When photography related issues make news I certainly like to comment on them. One major issue that came across my feed today relates to the closing of the ‘Portrait Studios’ within the stores of Sears and Walmart. 2700 […]
The most important element to any business is a palpable desire in the marketplace for its services. Beyond this, there are many things that should be considered prior to either starting a new business or making a major change within an existing endeavor. Planning is the wing man for success. Planning is the game. Talent […]
There are plenty of small market baseball fans, who also happen to be communists, who believe that the difference in the Houston Astros ($25m Payroll) and the New York Yankees (25m per back up catcher) is the fault of capitalisms cruelty. It is not. Baseball’s woes are the fault of their collective owners and league […]