Post Tagged with: "Economy"

The Coming Divorce of America: Shock, Anger, Exhaustion

There is a huge breakup in the works in America similar to the process of a divorce between two people.

Having gone through a divorce myself, it takes time to sort things out. That is what Americans are doing.

It’s hard to face the facts because:
1. Change is painful
2. Uncertainty yields tremendous anxiety
3. The familiar gives a sense of security…

10 Steps to Economic and Educational Success: Facing Reality versus the Fairness Myth

Here’s what the country faces: The confusion of do gooding and fairness with achievement and success. What ails the US economy and its education system is the constant desire to rationalize the idea of equal outcome. By the nature of being human, you will always have a pecking order. Some will succeed more than others. […]

Steps to financial planning on a part-time job or gig job

As jobs continue to become a commodity, many people will be forced to survive in this tough climate of stagflation and cutthroat competition with only part-time jobs or even gig jobs (jobs that are temporary with no work in between). If you find that you are in this category, you may find the following tips helpful as you…

Places commercial real estate is picking up in spite of the real estate fiasco

Currently, in the news you may hear of the increasing number of residential and commercial property foreclosures across the nation and even in your hometown and become skeptical about the possibility of domestic recovery. While there will be many regions of the country that may not pick up again due to loss of population and businesses, there are also some hot spots poised for growth by 2012.

Steps to determine the impact the soaring national deficit will have on your business

With an increasing national debt and commercial banks being unable to give out small business loans, which is the lifeline for nearly all businesses, the US economy at the time of this writing is at a standstill. While there is no easy solution to reverse this economic trend, for right now you need to be aware of the implications a growing deficit will have on your business.


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