Tag: Millennials


Making the Most of Video Conferencing

Making the Most of Video Conferencing

As we enter what will hopefully be the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, workers have started to go back to the office, and face-to-face meetings have resumed. For many, however, video conferencing remains the best option. Experts believe the future of meetings is a hybrid between in-person sessions and video conferences. How can you best utilize video for your business? (more…)


Making Financial Literacy Accessible: Jordan Awoye

Making Financial Literacy Accessible: Jordan Awoye

Money. We all need dollars and cents to get by, even if we don’t exactly understand what we are doing. Financial literacy should be a goal for all of us. But where can you turn if you don’t even know where to start? My guest today is working to make financial literacy more accessible for every community. (more…)


A Very Special Profit Express Christmas with Scott Baker

A Very Special Profit Express Christmas with Scott Baker

Holiday wishes abound in this week’s episode of The Profit Express! My guest today is no stranger to bringing the laughs to the show. He is improv comedian Scott Baker, one of the Quickest Thinkers in Comedy. Scott is here to celebrate Christmas with chats and games about some of the most popular Christmas songs and toys. Play along, and see if you can beat Scott! (more…)


Pick Up the Damn Phone

Pick Up the Damn Phone

Pick up the phone! It’s simple. At least the idea is simple for me. Always has been. Connecting with people via a live phone conversation has tons of benefits. My objective with this article is to hopefully convince you that talking to a human on the phone is vastly more effective than texts, emails and social media messaging. (more…)


Lessons for Business Owners during Coronavirus 

Lessons for Business Owners during Coronavirus 

Coronavirus has dealt small businesses everywhere a gut punch like they have never felt before. States have called for all non-essential businesses to shut down, with no clear timeline in place of when things will reopen. This is easier said than done, as many non-essential businesses are also a part of the supply chain to essential businesses. Surviving as a business owner is more difficult than ever before, but coronavirus has brought with it many lessons for business owners around the world. 

The lesson we can all learn is timeless: the importance of relationships.  

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Ken White on the Long Island STEM Hub

Ken White on the Long Island STEM Hub

It’s no surprise that every year, people leave Long Island. Studies show that 67% of people between the ages of 18 and 34 plan to leave Long Island in the next 5 years. Is there a way to end this “brain drain” and inspire our youth to invest in Long Island for the long term? (more…)


Ken White: Building the Long Island STEM Hub

Ken White: Building the Long Island STEM Hub

Each year, countless young people leave Long Island. In fact, 67% of people between the ages of 18 and 34 say they plan to leave Long Island in the next 5 years. What can we do to stop this so-called “brain drain” and get our youth to invest in Long Island for the long term? (more…)


Starting a Podcast with Ian Scotto

Starting a Podcast with Ian Scotto

Think about all the forms of entertainment you enjoy each day.  If you are like 32% of Americans, podcasting is one of those forms. Today there are more than 750,000 active podcasts, with topics ranging from politics to business and everything in between. Starting a podcast is a goal of many, and it has tremendous business potential. (more…)


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