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Top 4 American Entrepreneurs Who Give Back to the Community

By Hicks Crawford, published on Sep 24, 2015

The good news is that there are many people who do both, as many successful entrepreneurs are committed to giving back to the community.

According to an Ernst & Young survey, 89% of entrepreneurs said that they donate to charity. An additional 70% invest their time in charitable activities.

While there are many such people, we handpicked the top four American entrepreneurs who have created a milestone in philanthropy and present them here in no particular order.

So, let's take a look at who they are.

Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett is one of the... (more)

Tags: business, american, entrepreneur, strategy, funds

What’s the Best Time of Day to Fly?

By Hicks Crawford, published on Sep 20, 2015

Most people want to leave either mid to late morning or early evening when they get off of work. These times are more convenient for families who don’t want their children to miss school or other activities. Friday, Sunday and Monday are also usually much busier at airports with people dealing with business travel or coming home from their vacation.

Your flight may be a little cheaper if you choose to fly overnight. You will also have to deal with much smaller crowds at the airports as fewer people want to take red-eye flights. Remember that if you cannot sleep on the plane,... (more)

Tags: travel, flight, business trip

These 4 Car Safety Features Reduce Neck Injuries

By Hicks Crawford, published on Sep 19, 2015

America’s highways are much safer than they used to be. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, traffic fatalities are on a long-term decline. So are major traffic injuries, chiefly severe head and neck injuries that cause paralysis, movement disorders and other nervous and neurological problems. This is down to a variety of factors: a widespread crackdown on impaired and distracted driving, better signage, and better on-road safety features (like wider shoulders and gentler curves).

The role of safer cars can’t be overlooked, either. Automakers are constantly debuting... (more)

Tags: cars, driving, injury, safety system

What is Elevator Surfing?

By Hicks Crawford, published on Sep 18, 2015

It is illegal in many cities. People have died doing it. Participants can be crushed to death or fall to their deaths. These are some of the facts surrounding an activity called elevator surfing, also known as “elevaroping” or “vator surfing.” This particular activity involves riding the top of elevators. In some cases, part of the activity may include jumping between moving elevators (generally frowned upon as unwise and needlessly dangerous).

Severe injuries and deaths have occurred when surfers are crushed between the elevator and the top of the shaft, or the sides of the... (more)

Tags: dangerous, elevator, activities, counterweight

Create a Global Presence with Your Blog Content

By Hicks Crawford, published on Aug 21, 2015

You know how to make a blog, but now you need to get this blog out there to the masses. You need to increase your readership and get your blog in front of millions of people because this is how you increase your revenue. You need to learn how to establish a global presence and this is something that is possible for all blogs once you understand the tactics. Remember that this means doing more than just establishing a good blog because readers need more than good blog posts to stay interested.

Join Social Media

Every successful blog has a social media presence these days.... (more)

Tags: social media, blog, content, email, networks

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