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Coping with Traumatic Events by Dr. Cassidy Blair

Posted by admin on August 7th, 2017

Dr. Cassidy Blair has devoted her distinguished career to helping clients overcome anxiety, anger, depression, toxic relationships, marital conflict and abusive relationships. As a noted clinical psychologist, marriage therapist and relationship expert, she has worked closely with top executives and professionals, helping them overcome a multitude of problems through positive change and regaining control in […]

How Women Overpromise and Overextend Themselves—And How You Can Take Back Control in 3 Steps by Gabriella van Rij

Posted by admin on February 3rd, 2017

Does this sound familiar? You arrive at work an hour earlier than required because you know there are fires you need to put out. Then an emergency meeting during lunch derails your plans to continue working on a month-long project. As soon as you catch your breath from that emergency, it’s now time to pick […]

4 Simple Steps to Making Kindness a Habit in 2017 and Why It’s Important! by Gabriella van Rij

Posted by admin on January 6th, 2017

I call myself a “kindness instigator.” But I’m getting ahead of myself. My name is Gabriella van Rij and I am a speaker, author, and activist for kindness. An activist is a person who campaigns for some kind of social change. Through my life experiences—first being adopted from Pakistan into a Dutch family, and then […]

How to Make the Most out of Your Membership

Posted by admin on December 15th, 2016

1.Attend events The Chamber produces over 150 events and programs every year just for you! We make sure that each and every one of them are geared toward optimal networking, educating, and servicing opportunities for the business community in Beverly Hills. These events are the best way to meet and network with our other members, which […]

Halloween Safety Tips sponsored by OMEGA International Security

Posted by admin on October 31st, 2016

Halloween Safety Tips sponsored by OMEGA International Security A parent or responsible adult should always accompany young children on their neighborhood rounds. Never go inside a house or car to receive candy Obtain flashlights with fresh batteries for all children and their escorts. If older children are going alone, plan and review the route that […]

The Entrepreneur’s Secret Handbook of the Favor Economy by Sheena Tahilramani

Posted by admin on August 9th, 2016

Most of us associate the word currency with money. But informal non-monetary currencies are still flourishing. Exchanges of this kind have taken place for centuries. Probably most cultures across the globe incorporate favor exchange in their trading practices. Nowhere is this more useful than in the business world, where a favor from the right individual […]

Digital Advertising

Posted by admin on August 4th, 2016

The transition from traditional advertising to digital is a more difficult one than some companies expected. While many see the opportunity to tap into the limitless audience and increased measurability of digital advertising, the major challenge is that most organizations are simply not set up in such a way as to make the most of […]

The Age of The Data Breach: The Top 5 Best Practices by Patrick Fraioli

Posted by admin on July 28th, 2016

What will you do? We live in The Information Age. Increasingly, business success depends on the ability to obtain, maintain and intelligently utilize increasing amounts of digital information. Unfortunately, it is also The Age of the Data Breach. The total average cost of data breaches paid by organizations was $6.5 million.[1] Losses result from not […]

4 Recipes for the Perfect Summer Barbecue by Randy Fuhrman

Posted by admin on July 26th, 2016

1.Grilled Rosemary Corn   Ingredients 8- Ears of shucked corn 8- Long sprigs of rosemary 8- 4” long pats of butter Salt and pepper to taste 8 – Large pieces of heavy-duty aluminum foil (the long foil not regular)   Method Take the corn and put the pat of butter long the corn if you […]

Tweeting With The Enemy by Denise Gitsham

Posted by admin on July 21st, 2016

3 TIPS FOR INTERACTING WITH COMPETITORS ON SOCIAL MEDIA What do massive credit card debt, mystery fridge meat and your competitors have in common? None of these things will go away if you ignore them. Turning a blind eye to the actions of competing companies in your industry is a great way to get caught […]

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