According to a new study by Common Sense, on average, U.S. teens in 2019 spend more than seven hours a day in front of screens—not including schoolwork. The latest “media census” finds that screen time among teens and tweens has grown steadily since 2015, with large increases in the time spent watching online videos more
I read the below quote last night and was reminded of this incredible story. Douglas A. Zembiec, who was often known as the “Lion of Fallujah” was an officer in the United States Marine Corps and a member of the CIA’s Special Activities Division’s Ground Branch. Zembiec was tragically killed in action while serving in
“A veteran is someone who, at one point in their life wrote a blank check made payable to ‘The United States of America,’ for an amount up to and including their life.” ~Unknown We are the land of the free, because of the brave. “Honor never grows old, and honor rejoices the heart of age.
Microsoft found that implementing a four-day workweek led to a 40% boost in productivity, the company announced as part of the results of its “Work-Life Choice Challenge.” The summer project examined work-life balance and its effect on productivity and creativity. As a result, the experiment saw a 39.9 percent increase in sales per worker, and
As a follow-up to my note on Lapses in Judgement it has been a record your for CEO departures. McDonald’s, Under Armour, Nike, and WeWork all lost their leaders last month. 2008 previously set the record for most CEO departures, which should not come a surprise as this was during the Global Financial Crisis. This