It’s been hard to be creative. Life easily gets in the way. I need to go to the store. I slept in. The weather is just too cold or hot. The string of reasons is diverse, but the end result remains the same. In the past few months, I’ve re-evaluated my motivations. Why is it... Continue Reading →
This article was originally published in Az Business magazine. It’s 2018 and easier than ever to take your business beyond U.S. borders and into the global marketplace. The global banking system is there to help with any transaction, free trade is allowing goods to fly across borders and the Internet allows us to be anywhere,... Continue Reading →
This article was originally published in Az Business magazine. Inside the doors of Intel’s Chandler offices lies the future. Within the walls of Intel’s building CH6, demonstration stations reveal some of the latest technology powered by Intel processors. Each piece of technology will radically change supply chain management, construction, engineering and retail. • High above... Continue Reading →
None of the members of the Second Avenue Writer’s Club had shared any work within the last year. The Second Avenue Writer’s Club was formed, some three years ago, after its founding members completed a creative writing course. The club was just a summer fever dream. Ill conceived, but full of good intentions. Despite the... Continue Reading →
This story was originally published in AZRE magazine. The future of Phoenix is looking packed, as it is expected to need 150,302 new apartment units by 2030 to keep up with demand, according to a study released in late June. Phoenix will need to add 10,736 apartment units per year on average in the coming years... Continue Reading →
Hacking and data breaches have been in the public mindset for a long time. But as more technology is integrated into our daily lives and the workplace, you and your firm have become even more susceptible to a hack – highlighting the importance of cybersecurity, an industry Arizona is on the frontline of shaping.
There was a time when you could go dove hunting in McCormick Ranch. These were the same times when many popular spots were still patches of desert and steak dinners could be purchased for $4.50.
A sliver of silver hung in the darkening sky like a crescent scar. The orange of the sun and its energy slowly faded away below the street lights and shopping centers. As the sun dipped, a dark blue wave swallowed the world whole. Alfie stood beside Hank, inhaling and exhaling tobacco smoke, as he watched... Continue Reading →