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It’s going to be a busy summer at the Colorado Mills Mall, but not when it comes to customers and shopping. The mall was closed and evacuated during the hailstorm that hit the west metro area on May 8, and has remained closed ever since. And … more
There is a commonly held belief that to be successful in business requires a lowering of ethical standards. That’s what Sandy Woodson, a professor of ethics and environmental philosophy at Colorado School of Mines, told the audience gathered … more
We hear a lot about our emotional intelligence these days. Do you take time to increase your Happiness Intelligence? This is much more important to your longstanding success and satisfaction than your EI or IQ. Let’s explore this … more
Productive = achieving or producing results. Productivity isn’t an absolute. It’s a sliding scale that generally refers to how efficiently someone is able to produce desired results. Productivity is about being focused vs. scattered. … more
Life is what happens all around you. Every moment of every day. Life happens. You have complete and total control over how you think and how you react. The issue isn’t what’s happening — it’s your thoughts about what is happening. It’s … more
JoAnn Gould joins Apex JoAnn Gould has joined the Apex Park and Recreation District management team. Gould brings expertise and experience to the district to serve as Deputy Director of Recreation … more
Chambers of Commerce are designed to help their businesses grow and prosper in the community, bring in new customers and contribute to the economy. But that’s not their only focus — chambers also inform and connect the residents of their … more
ave you ever driven by a house you once lived in, perhaps a childhood home, and wanted to stop in and see how things are different? I had the opportunity to do this every time I stepped into the Angelo’s CDs and More in Wheat Ridge. I worked in … more
Since its beginning in 1955, the Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital has never been afraid of growing. The practice began in a single room, expanded in the 1980s and moved to its 12,000-square-foot location at 36th and Kipling in 1996. “At the time, … more
How do you find the music you love? There’s always been the radio, and streaming sites like Spotify have gotten better and better at creating recommendations for listeners to discover new artists. But the people behind Denver-based Vinyl Me, … more
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