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Where are all those people I hear are overwhelming us in Ponte Vedra coming from? Let’s look. more
“If you build it, they will come.” Is this what Jed Davis, grandson of J.E. Davis, and his family thought with the Florida 9B project (Nocatee development)? more
These are times when it’s exceptionally hard to make sense of what is happening in our government. It’s even harder to find a silver lining. But, there are glimmering slivers of hope this month and a reason to cautiously celebrate some victories in our legislature. more
Your golden years are certainly a time to slow down and enjoy life, but that doesn’t mean you have to decrease your activity level. more
Author and motivational speaker Brendon Burchard has often shared a story about the nature of business. more
There comes a time in everyone’s life when your children grow into adults. They move away and create a life of their own. At this point, the house where you created a loving family becomes a burden. Empty bedrooms and still hallways. A sizeable mortgage and endless lawn care. more
Americans love their pets. In fact, 68 percent of U.S. households have at least one pet, according to the latest National Pet Owners Survey. But whether a pet is treated like a child or spoiled like a grandchild, pets are often an important part of the family. That’s why the question of who gets “custody” of the family pet may become hotly contested in a divorce. more
On Feb. 23, I opened The St Augustine Record and read an article about Florida Senate bill 996 sponsored by Sen. Keith Perry of Gainesville. I have to ask, who does Senator Perry represent? more
In the Feb. 23 edition of the Ponte Vedra Recorder there was a story about how Wayne Hogan, a personal injury attorney at Terrill Hogan Law office, told a group of local business professionals to implement policies that prohibit employees from using cell phones or other forms of distraction while driving. more
In most service professions, I argue that the number one reason companies and people fail is that they cannot effectively communicate the value of the product. This communication phenomenon is arguably most prevalent in the financial service industry. more
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