The company formerly known as Facebook has a long way to go to regain public trust. It is the right move to establish Meta as the parent brand to their family of apps and create a new endeavor as a technology-focused company. But the legacy of past decisions as Facebook will continue to play a role in how consumers and regulators view Meta for years to come.
Month: October 2021
Identify Your Most Valued Goal by Scheduling Daily “Me Time”
What you choose to do with that time tells you what you desire most and helps you achieve it. It's an answer to that cliched career question: "If you didn't have to worry about money, what would you choose to do with your life?" Being kind to myself turned out to be the best way to identify and work on my dream.
When All Else Fails, Will Introducing Elements of Hotel Luxury in Your Bedroom Improve Sleep?
Is updating your sleeping space going to cure all your sleep troubles? Not likely. What's keeping you awake may be not be solved so simply, but making your bedroom as luxurious as possible is not a bad place to start.
Are Automatic Bill Payments Keeping You in Debt Longer?
Automatic bill payment can be useful, but it can also do more harm than good. The convenience of automatic payments often means consumers pay less attention to their debts over time.
Monday’s Social Media Outage Underscores the Importance of a Direct Connection to Your Customers
Develop customer connections outside of social first to limit the risks of using third-party platforms. Owned channels create strong relationships with your most ardent fans.
Why I Broke Up With My American Express Card After 28 Years
Even when you commit to eliminating debt, it is not easy to sever long standing relationships with charge nd credit card issuers. American Express was my go to card for 28 years. But I broke it off, and I am not looking back. You can, too.