Take a look around you. Chances are, no matter where you look, you will see evidence of mankind. Our species is, after all, the dominant one on this planet. But just because we are the dominant species, does that give us the right to destroy the planet? Not only are we ruining the home of countless species who also live here, but we are ruining for ourselves as well. Though technology is advancing at incredible rates, we are not quite advanced enough to vacate the planet, so we are really shooting ourselves in the foot here. Human beings, as the dominant species, need to learn to use this position to safeguard, protect, and care for the planet, rather than using it in whichever way benefits us immediately and temporarily.
Luckily, people are finally starting to wake up to the s
No matter what kind of business you run, the chances are good that you could deal with your inventory in a way that would help your bottom line. Think you way is ok? Think about this. In the United States, it has been estimated that an amount that is equal to 7% of the GDP (that comes to more than $1.1 trillion) is locked away in inventory. For every one dollar they bring in, American retailers have at least $1.43 in inventory. Despite advancements in technology and inventory tracking software, business across the nation still sit on stockpiles of stuff. In the past five years, the amount of goods that are being stockpiled has gone up by 8%/
Even businesses that ha