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Recent Cyberattacks The Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack has been devasting.  Long lines at gas pumps, sudden oil and gas price increases, intense media attention, and heavy involvement from the U.S. executive branch. This should be a surprise to no one. Ransomware attacks and cyberattacks in general are only becoming bolder and more expensive. Remember the attempted poisoning of the water supply in Oldsmar, Florida? How many municipalities audited their water systems for cyber risks or added budget to protect their infrastructure?  The news cycle was short lived, and everyone moved on Attacks on school and hospitals have accelerated,…
Business partnerships aren’t always easy. When two or more people go into business together, each brings a unique set of values, perspectives, goals, and motivators. There are bound to be challenges. Some business owners simply click. They may be a friend, family member, or colleague. These people share the same vision, complement each other’s skills, and have only minor differences in opinion. Source
Last Wednesday I enjoyed a day at the ballpark. Next Wednesday I’ll be out in the wilderness camping. In fact, every Wednesday is a pause day. Time to get off the hamster wheel. Time to just be. Even if you can’t have a full pause day in your busy schedule, why not build in mini-pauses? Pauses can help you be happier, calmer, and less stressed.…
Many business owners are starting or restarting talks to sell their businesses in 2021, whether to avoid upcoming tax increases, leverage the current low interest rates, or simply embrace the prospect of the pandemic soon subsiding and the market bearing an attractive sale price as a result. Read more about these factors driving owner readiness to sell, and then let’s address the next question you… Source