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Competition will always exist; there will always be a business or service like yours. In place of spending time seeing competition as a threat, you can choose to learn from it.
My grandmother, Mary, was an artist, a musician and a teacher at a school for the deaf and blind. Later, she was diagnosed with dementia and placed into an assisted living facility.
At age seven, she was homeless, living in a car with her mother and younger brother. When she was 14, her mother died of alcohol abuse. Her father, in and out of her life, died of a cocaine overdose. The first of her three children was diagnosed with autism.
In the previous issue of Las Vegas Woman magazine, I challenged you to begin living your life through the lens of your intended legacy.
Caesars Entertainment has announced plans to develop CAESARS FORUM, a brand new, 550,000-square-foot conference center in Las Vegas.
If you have been unsuccessful at meditating on your own, it may be time to look at and manage your expectations. Many people think that meditation is supposed to look a certain way to find their bliss.
New Vista, a local Las Vegas non-profit organization serving children and adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD), recently announced the launch of their pet therapy program, Paws-able. The program’s focus is to rescue shelter dogs and train them to assist and support individuals with IDD.
A one-of-a-kind Las Vegas leadership female team includes the guidance of Allison Zednicek, Chief Executive Officer; Tristan Ivy, Chief Financial Officer; and Cheryl Pena, Chief Nursing Officer.
The misconceptions surrounding Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are something that the providers at Palm Medical Group try to clarify for their patients every day.
Tivoli Village, an experiential luxury center, with a curated collection of retailers ranging from luxury brands to one-of-a-kind boutiques, is the prestigious lifestyle destination in Las Vegas.