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Creating a Legacy by Building Relationships

Perhaps the best method of leaving a lasting impression is to walk out the remaining years of business knowing the footprints that are left can matter. Living out the remaining years of business enterprise prepares us for the next steps of life.

Stop FOMO From Stealing Your Significance

Some may say there is high value in staying in the know or in being connected to what's happening now. However, what if this constant connection to the world is an addiction that is robbing us of the joy found in the present moment.

Making the Most of Workplace Wellness Programs

According to recent research, efforts from employers to offer well-being programs in the workplace are already producing results. These initiatives are having a positive effect on employees health, particularly on one's physical activity, diet and sleep.

Eight Reasons to Revisit Your Estate Plan

While a thorough assessment of an estate plan is encouraged annually, these eight items should be kept top of mind when considering if it’s time for a refresh.

Five Traits of Successful Solopreneurs

Typically, a solopreneur’s income is a direct result of his or her skills, personality or presence. In other words, if you’re a solopreneur, your business doesn’t operate without you.

Should You Accept a Counteroffer?

You’ve been offered another job and plan to give your notice soon. But you’re hesitating because you know your current employer won’t take the news well and might extend a counteroffer. If that happens, how should you respond?

How Your Office Can Make You Healthier

To help encourage employees to be satisfied and more productive, an increasing number of employers are looking to their employee well-being programs.

How to Destroy Attorney-Client Privilege Without Really Trying

It is your lawyer’s duty to keep information shared confidential, but when you invite another person into the room – even if it is your spouse — you risk losing your attorney-client privilege.

Simple steps to flat-line frustration

People who push our buttons are our greatest teachers in life because they reveal to us where we are stuck. Perhaps within our emotional interior landscape, the fertilizer of ego fuels the growth of our frustration.

Denver Workers Struggle to Stay Awake

Nodding off occasionally at work is nothing new, but it turns out workers are more sleepy in Denver than in most other cities. According to research by staffing firm Accountemps, Denver is tied for third with Indianapolis among the nation’s sleepiest cities, after Nashville and Austin.

Colorado's Expansive Proposed Paid Leave Bill Advances

Colorado employees, like most employees in the country, currently have no statutory right to paid leave for health issues or to care for family members.

Preparing For The Worst

Luke Perry’s sudden death from a stroke at just 52 should make us all realize that the death of a spouse can happen out of the blue. Are you prepared? Have you had those serious conversations with your significant other just in case the worst happens?
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