All those politically incorrect jokes and comments that we probably don’t even really mean would be saved for posterity, potentially reaching millions of eyeballs if they were ever shared on the web. It would be a nightmare; social interaction would fundamentally change, and for the worse.The thing is, this is pretty much what’s happening now. Surveillance cameras are so common that it’s highly unusual for a place of business not to have them.
Whether your New Year’s resolution is to start exercising or you’ve decided to skip the gym and work out at home to stay safe, it’s actually a great time to start a home fitness program. For one thing, regular physical activity has benefits like boosting mood, improving sleep, controlling weight, and lowering heart disease risk. For another, you can find pretty much any type of exercise online and try out whatever you want, whenever you want.
Staton previously served as Chief of Staff for Presbyterian College from 2011 through 2013, and as Executive Vice President of External Relations for Presbyterian College from 2006 until 2011. Mr. Staton has provided business development consulting services to Coleman Lew + Associates, an executive search and leadership development firm, since 2013.
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When he got out of his car on the highway, he added, “it was literally like stepping on an ice rink.” There were other deadly crashes in Texas as a frigid storm created icy conditions from Texas to southern New Jersey. In Austin, five people were sent to the hospital from a 26 car pileup, USA Today reports, and three people were killed in two crashes in Dallas late Wednesday and Thursday, one of them involving 18 vehicles. The storm also knocked out power to along the 1,500 mile stretch of storm, and 66,000 customers in Texas, 41,000 in Kentucky, and 31,000 in West Virginia were still without power late Thursday, USA Today says.