Executive Lifestyle Archives

Can You Be Too Social With Social Media?


Plucked from a recent headline on a national news website: “Rich kids are oversharing on social media – are yours?” The story went on to detail true life examples of wealthy youth using social media to boast about luxury private jet travel, $100,000 bar tabs and the use of #ferrari, #mansion and #hamptons Twitter hash-tags.… Read More →

3RP partners with Aruba Networks


Scottsdale-based 3RP announced it has entered into a partnership with Aruba Networks to expand the use of mobile technology to business professionals to provide a seamless network connection between the organization and its’ remote employees and off-site users. This will help put 3RP in a position to provide businesses with a solution to reduce costs… Read More →

Brandon Taylor: Small Business Leadership Academy Past Participant

Small Business Leadership Academy

Brandon Taylor discusses how his participation in the Small Business Leadership Academy has benefited him and his business, CPR Savers & First Aid Supply LLC. Small Business Leadership Academy Past Participant: Brandon Taylor CPR Savers & First Aid Supply LLC Tell us about your business: CPR Savers & First Aid Supply is a distributor/manufacturer of… Read More →

Frontier Adds Service At Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport


Frontier Airlines is joining two other carriers in providing service from the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. Monday’s announcement by the carrier followed about a year of negotiations. The addition of the Denver-based carrier will triple the number of destinations reachable from the airport. An exact flight schedule hasn’t been released. Mesa Mayor Scott Smith says having… Read More →

Alex Zuran: Small Business Leadership Academy Past Participant

Small Business Leadership Academy

Alex Zuran discusses how his participation in the Small Business Leadership Academy has benefited him and his business, Phoenix National Laboratories, Inc. Small Business Leadership Academy Past Participant: Alex Zuran Phoenix National Laboratories, Inc. Tell us about your business: We provide testing and inspection services to the construction, power generation and manufacturing industries. Year of… Read More →

Rebecca Koury: Small Business Leadership Academy Past Participant

Small Business Leadership Academy

Rebecca Koury discusses how her participation in the Small Business Leadership Academy has benefited her and her business, Prudential Cleanroom Services. Small Business Leadership Academy Past Participant: Rebecca Koury Prudential Cleanroom Services Tell us about your business: We are a cleanroom laundry providing uniforms for controlled environments. Year of participation in SBLA: 2011 What was the… Read More →

Miraval Names New CEO

miraval new CEO

Miraval, the award-winning destination resort and spa in Tucson, Arizona, is pleased to announce that Michael G. Tompkins has been named  Chief Executive Officer. In his new role, Tompkins’ responsibilities will be multifold, from the oversight of all general resort operations to creating Miraval programming, to managing the overall growth and development of the brand. Most… Read More →

Golfweek Honors 7 OB Sports-Managed Courses


Golfweek honors seven golf courses at six golf facilities managed by Scottsdale-based OB Sports Golf Management in the 2012 Golfweek’s Best Course list: State by State. Longbow Golf Club, The Oaks Golf Club, Sandia Golf Club, Tetherow, Three Crowns Golf Club and We-Ko-Pa Golf Club (Saguaro and Cholla) all earned rankings in their respective states.… Read More →

Engelman Will Be Honored By Arizona Interfaith Movement

David Engleman - Arizona Interfaith Movement

In recognition of his business acumen and philanthropic contributions, Engelman Berger law firm co-founder David William Engelman will receive a business award at Arizona Interfaith Movement (AIFM)’s 7th Annual Golden Rules Awards Banquet on March 29. Honored with him will be recipients of Darl Andersen, youth, religious, international, health and community service awards. Since 1995,… Read More →

SRP Donations ~ Providing More than Electricity & Water

SRP Donations

SRP Donations: The Salt River Project (SRP) is providing the Valley with more than just electricity and water. SRP, with help of its employees, has raised more than $1.7 million for charitable organizations in the Valley and across the state. The SRP Employee Boosters Association allows employees to donate through a one-time payment or payroll… Read More →

Add Streaming Devices As Inexpensive Additions To The Office

Streaming Devices

Streaming media has become a regular part of many home entertainment choices, with folks (myself included), choosing Netflix, Amazon, and HBO Go instead of scheduled programming or even On Demand. And now many streaming devices have gaming channels, music, and the ability to run personal apps like Facebook and Picasa. Streaming media devices can also… Read More →

Alpha Female Or Alpha Bitch?

Taming Your Alpha Bitch

Taming Your Alpha Bitch In their New York Times bestselling book, “Taming Your Alpha Bitch: How to Be Fierce and Feminine (and get everything you want!)” Rebecca Grado and Christy Whitman show women that many of the behaviors they think will lead to success, are contributing to their dissatisfaction, and may even be holding them… Read More →

Arizona Centennial Events: Arizona Centennial Events For This Week


Arizona Centennial Events: Arizona turns 100, if you’re looking for a way to celebrate check out the following events. Centennial Marriage Event In honor of the Valentine State, get married on Arizona’s 100th statehood day – Tuesday, February 14, 2012! To celebrate Arizona’s Statehood Centennial, the Arizona Supreme Court and Arizona’s Clerks of Superior Court… Read More →

2012 Super Bowl Video ~ Madonna & Kelly Clarkson

Super Bowl XLVI ~ Madonna & Kelly Clarkson Video

Super Bowl XLVI New York Giants vs. New England Patriots Why Super Bowl Video? Before the Super Bowl the buzz is about the teams, but after the game it’s about everything else.. Kelly Clarkson ~ National Anthem The first “American Idol” winner backed by a children’s choir, belted a pleasant and lyrically-correct version of the… Read More →