FGCU’s resort and hospitality program fuels a multibilliondollar industry
Sheri Brezina had another good year. The fact is, she’s had good years right through the bad years and out the other side — which is good not only for her and her students at Florida Gulf Coast University, but for the regional economy.
Everything, in fact, seems to be good about the program she directs, known broadly as Resort and Hospitality Management. Full Story
It’s Your Business… IN or ON
I’m a great fan of Michael Gerber and his e-myth books. He talks about working on your business as opposed to working in your business. Yes, I know, you know how to do what you do and you know how better than anybody else. The problem is, you only have the same 24 hours in a day we all do and your technical skills will only bring you so much per hour of time invested. Full Story
As the dollar continues to fall, the front and center discussion in international economics is whether the U.S. will lose its status as the world’s reserve currency.
The U.S. dollar index has fallen 38 percent since 2001 and a whopping 53 percent since 1985. Can it fall further? It surely seems that way. Full Story