8 TIME SAVING TIPS FOR YOUR NEXT BUSINESS TRIP

A lot has been written about the best apps for travel, how to maximize your travel packing, and how to stay fit while traveling. However, below I share a few uncommon travel tips that have saved me time and my sanity while on the road, and I know it can do the same for you.

8 Time-Saving Tips for Your Next Business Trip

1. Double up on device chargers.
Unplugging and packing your nightstand device chargers is cumbersome (especially if the cords are strategically hidden). Purchase extra chargers* for your travel electronics–phone, wearable, laptop, etc.–to ensure you don’t ever forget them and to save you time on disconnecting and reconnecting for every trip. Read more

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HOW TO FIND A HEALTHY BALANCE WITH KIDS AND TECHNOLOGY

Creating healthy limits around technology couldn’t be more important as augmented reality and virtual reality become more mainstream. Virtual reality is forecasted to generate $150 billion in revenue by 2020The next generation of entrepreneurs and employees (Generation Z, the post-Millennial generation) will have to strike the right balance between interpersonal skills and participating in the most immersive virtual worlds humanity has ever seen. Finding the right balance between kids and technology starts with parents.

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HOW WILL MILLENNIALS PREFER TO BANK IN THE FUTURE

Millennials have a complicated relationship with financial institutions. They came of age witnessing corporate and Wall Street corruption, a housing crisis, and government “bail outs.” It’s no wonder why Millennials are wary of financial institutions and are looking for alternate ways to bank and manage their money.

How Will Millennials Prefer to Bank in the Future

Their fast-growing spending power and eagerness to adopt new technology make Millennials the financial force of tomorrow. It’s becoming mission critical for financial institutions to meet the evolving needs of the Millennial generation. Here are some numbers to put some context around their evolving financial needs. Read more

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A NEW UNDERSTANDING OF MILLENNIALS: GENERATIONAL DIFFERENCES REEXAMINED

Are Millennials really so different from the generations that came before? In some ways, yes—most significantly in the large amounts of student debt they carry—but in other ways, they look very similar to the Gen Xers who preceded them.
A New Understanding of Millennials: Generational Differences Reexamined

Deloitte University Press recently published an interesting Issues by the Numbers infographic by Dr. Patricia Buckley, Dr. Peter Viechnicki, & Akrur Barua. It highlights the differences and surprising similarities of Millennials and Generation Xers. 
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