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From the firm: Practicing gratitude all year long
As the year comes to a close, it’s important to take time to reflect and focus on everything that went right in the past year. Use this season to give thanks to those around you: your family, friends, loved ones, staff members and customers. And when the holiday season concludes, keep the attitude of gratitude going all year long.
While you look ahead to 2023, now’s the best time to start preparing your business for a successful year. From setting goals to delegating or outsourcing tasks, we have seven ways to get your business in top shape. Need some help in setting personal and professional goals for the new year? We have a few book recommendations to help your development and the best apps to keep you on track.
Looking to hire and manage a hybrid team can be viewed as a difficult task, but we’ve gathered some tips to help you create a successful hybrid work environment. If you’re not sure which benefits to offer your current—and future—employees, we’ve also rounded up four benefits that are most desired when it comes to attracting and retaining talent.
Stressing about the upcoming holiday season? We have some tips and tricks on where to save time and money when it comes to decorating for the holidays and purchasing gifts for friends, colleagues and family. And while you gather for holiday parties, test your knowledge with our fun fill-in-the-blank holiday tunes trivia.
Cheers to a happy and healthy holiday season,
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