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Xtreme Action Park, Florida’s largest family indoor entertainment center, undergoes major multimillion dollar expansion

Fort Lauderdale, FL – Xtreme Action Park, Florida’s largest family indoor entertainment center, is pleased to announce details on Phase Two of its ongoing expansion. As part of this multimillion dollar project, the venue has doubled in size and now offers more than 10 interactive attractions and event spaces that cater to a wide range of corporate activities and special occasions. Previously 90,000 square feet, Xtreme Action Park will now offer over 210,000 square feet of exciting, themed attractions under one roof.

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5 Super Tips from a Minority Woman on How to Succeed in 2017

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, African Americans make up less than five percent of the lawyers in the country. That slim statistic didn’t keep one African American woman, Jamie Wright, from blazing a trail right toward the front of the line and becoming successful. She found what works to help her reach the top- she put it into action, and hasn’t looked back since. Her success, especially in a field dominated by men, has inspired others to not let the statistics and naysayers hold them back.

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Why Smart Manufacturing is a Dumb Idea

Someone asked me recently my thoughts on Smart Manufacturing. The so-called IT revolution in the factory. They couldn’t believe that I didn’t see Smart Manufacturing as the salvation of American manufacturing.

Don’t misunderstand me. Smart Manufacturing has a place in reviving American manufacturing. I have a smart factory. We employ the latest in pick to light systems, automated CNC machines and seamless integration from order inquiry to accounts receivable. But that isn’t where I started my revolution. And you shouldn’t either.

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Grow Your Business by Hiring Nurturing Leaders

Many of us unconsciously believe that women in leadership roles should be like men—whether we will admit this or not. Certainly, this view has gained support in research of successful leaders: those females who have characteristics traditionally attributed to males (i.e., competitive, ambitious, assertive, task versus interpersonally orientated, secure in holding power and authority over others) will be perceived as more effective than women who do not have these traits. In fact, some studies suggest that professional women who are nurturing and cooperative (what are called “stereotypic feminine traits”) will be perceived in the “dog-eat-dog” man’s world as incompetent.

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