Here’s the Money! Access to Capital Business Expo is coming to San Diego
Join us in bringing education, resources, and business development opportunities to new, existing and growing businesses throughout San Diego.
At “Here’s the Money!” Access to Capital Business Expo you will learn about the different sources for funding, how to grow your business capital, how to expand and/or improve your existing business, and much more!
8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Only $10 to Register!
Forcing yourself to be productive is tough, but it’s not just willpower and self-control that help you to get things done. You can also pull little tricks on your brain to make it work harder, like adjusting the temperature or looking at cute pictures of animals. Here are a few scientifically-backed ways to boost your productivity without even trying.
Movies are made to entertain, inform, and occasionally teach us lessons. They can be inspirational, or meant to re-instill one’s faith in humanity, but the message seldom has to do with that which dictates so many aspect of our lives: money. But ever so often, there comes along a movie that teaches real money management, finance and business advice – if only as a byproduct of the movie’s major storyline. Here are some lessons learned, from ten movies that have taught us all about money, even if we didn’t realize it at the time:
While “Game of Thrones” has its share of dragons, swordfights and sorcery, it’s the political maneuvering and shifting power dynamics that anchor much of the HBO television series and “A Song of Ice and Fire,” the George R.R. Martin series upon which the show is based.
From Jon Snow’s reluctant rise to become the lord commander of the Night’s Watch to Littlefinger’s backdoor machinations, characters take different approaches to leadership—with varying degrees of success.
Want to make a good living? Go to college. Just be careful what you major in.
On average, college graduates earn about $1 million more in their lifetimes than do adults who only completed high school. But long-term earnings prospects vary widely by subject, and the income differentials across certain majors dwarf those between graduates and non-graduates, according to a new report from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce based on an analysis of Census Bureau data.
How does an all-inclusive resort for under $100 a night sound? Now, imagine eight of them along Mexico’s Riviera Maya, where infinity pools and swim-up bars meet the ruins at Tulum and the glittering, warm Caribbean. We rate them, you pick the one that best suits your style.
Relax — a cheat sheet is not really cheating. It’s a checklist to make sure you stay focused before, during and after the interview. Creating a cheat sheet will help you feel more prepared and confident. You shouldn’t memorize what’s on the sheet or check it off during the interview. You should use your cheat sheet to remind you of key facts. Here are some suggestions for what you should include on it. More at…
When shopping for plane tickets, we won’t settle for anything but the cheapest deal. We’ve got our usual lineup of fare-finding sites to check, yet a nagging feeling always leaves us wondering if we really found the lowest price possible. Is there any way to know for sure?
Yes, there is. ITA Matrix is probably the most efficient flight-finding site on the Internet, and yet you probably haven’t heard of it.