Gallup, in a survey in 2010, found record-high percentages of Americans who were critical of the size and scope of government. Nearly 60 percent of those polled said they thought the federal government had too much power, which was up eight percentage points from the previous year.
I doubt those figures have gone in any direction but up in the past couple years.
So, could it be
The race to file first begins. The first-to-invent system rewarded the first to invent rather than the winner of a race to file. After March 16, the first-to-file system
Owning a business is all-consuming. Even when you’re not “on the job,” you’re worrying about all the issues that came up today and the fires you’ll have to put out tomorrow.
But I hope that you want your company to thrive for years and decades to come. You’ll have to pace yourself. Otherwise you’ll become its primary limiting factor. Here are some great ways to sustain yourself for the long term:
Starting with a strategy, outlined with clear and simple objectives, can jumpstart or refresh your company’s approach to social media. Whether you’re an at-home catering business or a Fortune 500 company, social media can be used as an effective advertising and networking tool
The underlying legislation, Senate Bill 13-011, also brings about changes to numerous other provisions within the Colorado Revised