Nestled on the Rio Grande River, which serves as a natural border between the state of Texas and Mexico, Brownsville is the largest city in the Rio Grande Valley. With a metro population of 423,300 and by quadrupling the wealth of the city over 15 years, it is no surprise that this city is ranked in the top 100 of Job Growth by Forbes. Continue reading
At one point, Dayton, Ohio had the highest proportion of patents per citizen than anywhere else in the U.S. Today, Dayton is a manufacturing and healthcare hub which continues to take great pride in it’s diversified economy and unique history. Continue reading
Located along the Mississippi River about 80 miles inland from the Gulf Coast, Baton Rouge is home to multiple prominent industries including public service, education, industrial, film, and medical. The second largest city in the state with an estimated population of 835,400, the “Red Stick” city has a unique history and takes great pride in its blend of cultures, great food, and festive lifestyle. Continue reading
As one of the oldest and distinguished cities in the U.S., Boston, Massachusetts is a hub of innovation and education. With the many universities and startups, the city of Boston creates a powerful impact on the state, country, and world. Continue reading
As a suburb of Chicago and once headquarters of Al Capone’s criminal empire, Cicero makes up for its small size in rich history, unique landscapes and its strong manufacturing industry. Continue reading
When you start a company, even a small one, you tend to think of it as a single organism which will grow in time. However, it won’t take long before you realize your company is made up of multiple organisms.
This is normal and good for your company. If every branch acted the same way, then your company would probably fail. They need flexibility to achieve their designated areas and you need to trust they will do so professionally. Continue reading
Whenever I call my doctor’s office, I groan because I know I am going to be put on hold almost immediately and since it is my doctor, I need to actually stay on the line. However, if I call a company to just ask about a product or get location/hours info and I get put on hold, I almost immediately hang up. Continue reading