At the most basic level, business transition planning is a strategy that can be put into play when a business is sold or changes hands. For company owners nearing retirement, a successful transition plan can play an important part in creating and preserving the value of the business after it has changed hands.
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Week 9: Your Good News Update For The Week
While this summer will definitely not be normal, most of us will be reenergized by the boost beautiful, warm weather brings. Various outdoor activities are now actually being encouraged; Marty Makary of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health said, “The outdoors is not only good for your mental state. It’s also a safer place than indoors.” Makary has an Opinion article in today’s Times, called “How to Reopen America Safely.”
We want to help you start your weekend with a series of good news articles from the past week highlighting positive news globally, around the United States, and in the Georgia area. We hope these articles help brighten your day and please share with us what you are doing to create positive energy in your home.
Around the Globe:
- A new study offers a glimmer of hope in the grim fight against the coronavirus: Nearly everyone who has had the disease — regardless of age, sex or severity of illness — makes antibodies to the virus.
- From Hong Kong to New Zealand, Hawaii and Montana, officials celebrate no new cases of COVID-19.
In the US:
- In episode 7 of John Krasinski’s “Some Good News” series, he highlights some good news around the world (including weather from Emma Stone) and has his friends from The Office join in to surprise a newly married couple. You can also catch a nice live performance from Zac Brown!
- Publix donates over 1 million pounds of produce to food banks.
- Food Network star, Chef, and lifetime restaurateur, Guy Fieri has raised more than $22 million to help restaurant employees that have been unable to work during the COVID-19 shutdowns across the country.
- The number of patients hospitalized in Georgia for coronavirus reached its lowest number Saturday since health officials began reporting the data.
- A Kennesaw, Georgia teacher is running more than 50 miles to visit all of his students.
- The ‘Atlanta Beats COVID‘ volunteers have made and delivered about 10,000 PPE’s to metro Atlanta healthcare workers, first responders, and others on the frontlines of the coronavirus fight.
- Gwinnett County teachers surprise one of their students before he undergoes surgery.
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The travel industry has begun to see growing demand as we move closer to summer. However, not all travel will be the same, as much of the demand is directly related to the COVID-19 vaccine and reduced CDC restrictions. Instead, industry trends have emerged based on individual comfort levels as they apply to different modes of travel.
Below we will explore some of the factors that have contributed to an increase in travel and how different industries are responding to it.
Following a year of economic instability, it appears that many of us are turning our attention to something that’s been around for decades, but has recently piqued national interest – inflation. In fact, a recent study found that people are Googling the word “inflation” at a rapid rate, with a peak not seen since 2010…
As mothers, sisters and daughters, women are often counted on to be caregivers for family members in need. Whether it’s something as small as a cold or as debilitating as a terminal illness, women are typically the ones to care for and help out when a loved one is sick. But what happens when the caregiver is in need of her own care? Too many women are stuck facing this dilemma head on, instead of preparing for it while there’s still plenty of options, resources and time ahead. Below are a few reasons why it’s so important for women to plan for their own long-term care strategies now.