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Not long ago I was speaking at a national sales meeting for a large regional distributor.
The Michigan Association of United Ways recently reported that in Michigan's strong pre-pandemic (2019) economy, 38% of the state’s households were unable to pay for basic necessities.
As with any new administration, experts are speculating about what President Biden’s proposed tax law changes may be — and what they may mean for you.
I wear three hats: I am a mother. I am the chief marketing officer for the American Camp Association (ACA), a national nonprofit serving the 15,000 summer camps in the U.S., which normally serve 26 million campers each year.
After interviewing leaders for my most recent book, one leader’s answer to the question, “How do you know people are telling you the truth?” has stayed with me, because it’s so simple.
If you know anything about our Leading by DESIGN team, you know that we are huge fans of West Michigan. We believe West Michigan should develop into the hotbed of the best leaders in the country.
Last year, the Parkinson’s and scientific communities were surprised to learn that at least three people who tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, had exhibited Parkinson’s-like symptoms after infection.
As we have now passed the one-year mark of the COVID-19 pandemic, it's an understatement to say that Michigan small businesses have been hit hard.
Following the recent GameStop trading frenzy, Congress is finally taking steps toward a long-overdue reckoning on Wall Street.