Craig & Debbie Foster founded Job Seekers Network in 2008 to provide comprehensive job search programs and services, along with emotional and spiritual support to adults in order to facilitate their return to the workforce. Join us as we discuss how the free and nearly-free programs are helping the unemployed/underemployed in the greater Austin area.
Austin-area home sales declined across most of the region in April as the full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and local shelter-in-place orders was felt in the housing market, according to the Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABoR) latest Central Texas Housing Market Report.
Texas schools are closed down, but schoolwork continues… including physical education. These coaches will tell us how they have been keeping their students (and families) involved in PE/Athletics, along with some ideas on how to do conditioning and strength training over the summer while schools remain closed.
Janet Cesarini, owner of Pupology in Georgetown, has taken her passion for pets from pop-ups at local markets to a brick-and-mortar experience with natural pet food and Made-in-USA toys, treats, and gifts.
In this interview, Richard talks about the role that a person’s perspective plays in the way they experience challenges, along with the importance in leadership in life and relationships.
There are a lot of people tackling DIY projects at the moment. Some of these are necessary projects that people are doing themselves to avoid bringing strangers into their homes. Others are simply a way to pass the time and shake off some boredom. Regardless of the reason, you might find yourself considering some interior …
Interview with Kay Briggs, owner of Pink Poppy Georgetown. In her boutique, Kay brings us made in the USA clothing, gifts, handbags, accessories, along with locally-produced apparel, jewelry, and art.
Must see for business owners! Lyria Charles, founder of Peak Performance Business Owners, is a Virtual Business Manager who works with 6 and 7 figure business owners who are ready to scale their business.
Sarah and her husband Mike have turned their residence into a retreat that has hosted all types of guests, including solitary travelers, family reunions, and corporate retreats. Quarantine has kept their doors closed, but that has not stopped them from giving to strangers.
Even chaotic times can bring some positive lessons to learn from.