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Commercial real estate outlook improving

Is Mesa County still trying to work its way out of the recession of 2008? Yes. Are there plenty of vacant industrial buildings from which to choose? Yes. Is this a great time to buy? Emphatically yes. Remembering the days of the oil shale bust in 1982, recall that it wasn’t until six years later […]

Generational shifts require management changes

A silent shift occurred sometime during the first quarter of 2015, when the millennial generation became the largest cohort in the United States workplace. Millennials ousted baby boomers, who’ve had the highest work force participation for all but three of the last 25 years. That’s according to the Pew Research Center, which also noted in […]

Follow five tips for fall fitness

Fall can be a season when exercise routines waiver. It’s too cold to continue with many of the summer activities you enjoy. You could even become a little blue with the realization summer has ended and your favorite activities are over for a while. Still, fall brings with it many other opportunities. Here are five […]

From boots to business: SBA serving those who served country

As Americans prepare to celebrate National Veterans Small Business Week Oct. 31 to Nov. 4, I thought it might be appropriate to offer an overview of U.S. Small Business Administration programs and services for veterans and their spouses. This theme of National Veterans Small Business Week is “Veteran Entrepreneurs: Success Across Generations,” which will highlight […]

Kicking the habit: Employers play key role

If you knew thousands of dollars were circling the drain at your business every year because of a single behavior, would you address the situation? What if you also knew this behavior caused more deaths than accidents, AIDS, alcohol abuse, illegal drugs, murders and suicides combined? It’s difficult to imagine ignoring something that causes this […]

Let’s make it simple: Tax reform key election issue

Across the country, it seems people are more engaged in politics than ever before. It’s difficult to go more than an hour without hearing about the latest developments in the 2016 presidential race; from Donald Trump releasing his economic plan to Hillary Clinton committing to all three presidential debates. We are met daily with a […]

Four major trends affect commercial real estate

In the spirit of full disclosure, the subject matter for this column was covered in more detail in the National Real Estate Investor, an online publication to which I subscribe. Given the interest involved, here’s my take on the article. First, let me spoil you with the conclusion: “The U.S. property market landscape in 2017 […]

Good business planning process: ready, set, revise

Most of my columns this year have focused on developing business plans to help entrepreneurs achieve their visions of success. As with the individuals with whom we help to prepare personal financial plans, a printed “plan” sitting on a shelf is worthless. It’s the process of planning that’s most helpful. The final step is to […]

Just one “bad apple” can hurt your business culture

You’ve likely heard the saying, “Hire for skills and fire for attitude.” Simply put, this means bad attitudes far outweigh the skills people bring to their positions. Failing to take action puts companies at risk. The typical business has a number of skilled team members, many with decent and even great attitudes. These individuals come […]

Be prepared: Planning key to emergency response

As part of National Emergency Preparedness Month, the Mesa County Health Department spent September working with agencies to encourage residents to plan ahead so that if disaster strikes, our community is ready. When we talk about emergency planning, you typically think of preparing your home and family.  But what about your business? Would you or […]


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