Month: May 2018

My Dad’s Legacy Shared in 10 Life Lessons

May 29, 2018

Last Tuesday, May 22nd, my dad would have been 106. The date had become a reflection on my dad’s perseverance through a difficult life. From watching how my dad, and my granddad before him, chose to live life to their lives to the fullest and take every opportunity presented to them, I learned the basis […]

How to Keep Your Business Standing When Disaster Strikes

May 21, 2018

Moore, Oklahoma was devastated by an EF5 (210mph) tornado in May 2013. 24 lost their lives, including 14 children and 377 others injured. The powerful and dangerous tornado stayed on the ground for at least 39 minutes over 17 miles. Its path was densely populated with established neighborhoods and schools, just like many of yours. Witnesses […]

The Importance of Team Dynamics

May 14, 2018

If there is one thing I am passionate about, it is the Texas Ranger’s baseball team. In 1972, the new Arlington Stadium became the home of the Rangers and where I worked through high school. Now, I am a proud season ticket holder. The games are a mini-vacation from life, in short, they’re my vice. […]

Just Say NO to QuickBooks Online

May 7, 2018

Intuit is doing everything they can in their marketing endeavors to push all accounting software users to QuickBooks Online. While installing QuickBooks Desktop 2018, I was amazed at the blatant pop up offering three free months if I converted to the online version. Let me be clear, I get it. After all, QuickBooks Online looks […]