What is engagement? Better stated, how can you engage other people to become interested in you and your product or service? Dale Carnegie (“How to Win Friends and Influence People”) says by becoming interested in them. And he’s partially right.
With the conclusion of Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s recent visit to Washington, the docket is full of important issues relevant to America's most crucial bilateral relationship in the Pacific Rim. The U.S.-Japan relationship, stronger than ever, is the foundation for peace and stability in East Asia.
The Travel Goods Show, a yearly industry trade show, was held in March. It’s a showcase for new travel products and is notable for some interesting and even wacky gadgets. Over the years I’ve seen inflatable mattresses that claim to make a coach class seat as comfortable as a business class seat, fold-up blankets with anti-germ coatings, back-of-the-seat organizers, and luggage with a built-in table and chair.
Democrats in Congress will never say so publicly, but they know they have little or no hope of taking back control of the House of Representatives until 2022 at the earliest.
I read an article recently about the University of San Diego’s highly successful men’s tennis team. Speaking about the need to keep his charges focused, team coach Brett Masi was quoted as saying, “I stay on them. As hard as it is to win, it’s a lot easier to lose if you have the wrong mentality.”
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May 13, 2015 -- George Chamberlin and Borre Winckel, president and CEO of BIA San Diego, discuss the cost of regulations on building homes and commercial buildings, and how regulations slow down construction projects.