Most behavior perceived as disrespectful, discourteous or abrasive are unintentional and could have been avoided by practicing good manners or etiquette. I have always found that most negative experiences with someone were unintentional and easily repaired by keeping an open mind and maintaining open, honest communication.
Mind Your Business
"Mind your business" column talks about the current topics in the business world, this column is dedicated to the concept of informing the community on various issues. Not like the common term which asks for a respect of other people's privacy. This is the area to always get good advice for anyone interested in the business industry. So while you are reading this section always remember to "Mind Your Business."
- Thursday, 09 June 2011 11:01
In today's economy, it's important to cut costs but eliminating some things such as insurance is not a wise thing to do. Insurance is designed to protect you in the case of an accident but a few slip ups on trying to save money on insurance could really cause your financial health harm.
- Wednesday, 25 May 2011 10:16
As a child, I would beg for .50 cent to get a bag of chips and a can pop. Now kids ask for dollars because there’s nothing they can do with change. We use to take pop bottles to the store to exchange for money just to buy penny candy.
- Tuesday, 03 May 2011 20:52
Rising fuel prices are getting the attention of car shoppers and compelling many to shift their priorities for picking a new vehicle. With gas being $4.15 a gallon many have already lowered their sights, somewhat, regarding the next cars they plan to buy.