If you find yourself in Saint Louis, take a “me” day and treat yourself

If you find yourself in St. Louis, don’t hesitate to take a “me” day and treat yourself. St. Louis has perfected the art of relaxation and comfort. Life can be a little rough at times, and you deserve to give yourself a break every now and then. Remember that whole section of the Declaration of Independence that guarantees it’s citizens the right to pursue happiness? Well, that isn’t just a…

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3 Ways to help Prevent Jet Lag From Sabotaging Your Business Trip

Traveling for business can be tricky when you are crossing multiple time zones. This can often result in jet lag. You may experience symptoms like poor concentration, fatigue, irritability, and insomnia. While jet lag can throw your game off, it doesn’t have to ruin your trip. You need to be rested and sharp for your business meetings, so here are a few tips to make sure jet lag doesn’t get…

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How to Breeze Through Airport Security

No one likes to deal with the struggles of getting through the Airport to make his or her flight on time. Making your way through the airport security hoops and then searching to locate the flight gate is stressful. The airport is large and managing your way through everything also means walking long distances, often dragging your luggage along with you. You can avoid being late and having to deal…

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Seal the deal at your business dinner

As a business ourselves, we might know a few tips when it comes to this. Dining and wining with a potential client is a delicate process, you need to manage the fine print and never underestimate. Nowadays the competition is at your table, you drink a glass of wine and think about what to do next, it’s all about atmosphere. If you are planning  a business dinner read on and…

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Sharpen your skills in 2017

Successful people aren’t born that way. They work and learn to become successful and they never stop learning. Most importantly they self-educate. One of the best-known presidents of all time, Abraham Lincoln, had one year’s worth of classes between the ages of 6 and 15. Growing up on the frontier he hardly had access to schools, but he spent nearly every minute he could reading about history, philosophy, and literature….

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How to pull off a great Thanksgiving Corporate Party

A leader knows that it’s important to celebrate holidays at work for motivation and team building. Experts say that the creation of traditions in the workplace is imperative because traditions are as important in companies just as they are in families. A holiday party builds positive morale which results in increased employee motivation. High confidence and motivation contribute to team bonding and productivity. Productive teams are responsible for the success…

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Creating the Perfect Thanksgiving in St. Louis

Developing and hosting a Holiday event that everyone will remember for years to come requires a great deal of time, energy, and effort. But you will realize that everything worth it as everyone sits around the dinner table happy and treating on an incredible feast. Preparing for Thanksgiving is exactly like that: defrosting, chopping, peeling, stuffing, basting, followed by piles and piles of dirty dishes. But don’t focus on that,…

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Why Outsourcing a Corporate Car Service Can Save Your Company Money

One of the many ways that a company can boost its bottom lines is by outsourcing a corporate car service.  Although you might be tempted to think that letting employees drive to meetings and work is the cheaper option, in fact, by using a program such as Chauffeured Transportation Executive Travel, you can increase productivity and even cut expenses for corporate clients. Corporate Transportation  St Louis shares a few reasons…

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6 inspiring books all entrepreneurs should devour this fall

Nowadays, when social media channels provide us immediate access to all the information we need, it’s easy to forget about an exciting fall activity: reading a good book! As the weather begins growing cold and the leaves start to change their color, is there a better way of spending a fall day than with a pumpkin latte and a great book? Take into consideration that recent studies have illustrated the…

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Must-See Arts Events This Fall in St. Louis

The long-awaited great autumn weather is just a dream in St. Louis nowadays. The seasons aren’t clearly defined anymore: early fall seems to be early summer and late fall is basically spring, only with falling leaves instead of emerging ones. What remains unchanged is the fall arts season that withstands changes of climate or massive weather systems.   By this date, the local theater companies have already started rehearsing their…

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