When it comes to investors, all that really matters is that you share the same values. Gideon Kimbrell Published 12:47 pm CDT, Thursday, April 25, 2019 Photo: Skynesher | Getty Images Photo: Skynesher | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Skynesher | Getty Images Swiping Right on a New Investor? Do This First. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery It’s difficult to keep up with everything going on in the news today, but those of us in the technology space have been more than a little wary of U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and her plan to break up large tech companies and regulate tech mergers. While Warren may have the best intentions and … [Read more...] about Swiping Right on a New Investor? Do This First.
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PUBLISHED: 01:27 06 March 2019 | UPDATED: 01:38 06 March 2019 Steve Russell ‘Her wonderful personality imprinted itself on people’ says Sean Robinson of ex-colleague Julie McCreadie Picture: COURTESY BOB CROWLEY Archant Ipswich Town fan Julie McCreadie became the UK’s youngest female newspaper editor. She was a livewire who proposed in public on the London train, too Julie McCreadie. ‘She was an incredible saleswoman as well as a talented and gifted journalist’ Picture: COURTESY BOB CROWLEYSally Burch knows. “I first came across Julie when I worked at the East Anglian Daily Times and she was editor of the Suffolk Mercury series,” she says.“Our paths didn’t cross much but she remembered me and when I moved to work in London she hunted me out, together with other former colleagues, and convinced us that our paths would be paved in gold if we joined her in South Kensington to launch a free … [Read more...] about Julie: She proposed on the Ipswich-to-London train
As someone who has dated the same person for the past eight years, I can safely say that open communication has been the top factor in keeping the relationship strong. Communication is also the theme of “Eight Dates,” a new book from psychologists John Gottman and Julie Schwartz Gottman. The book outlines eight topics they believe all long-term couples should have candid conversations about. My boyfriend Mike and I went on the eight dates the Gottmans organised around these topics, which included trust, sex, and money. Even though we didn’t see eye-to-eye on every topic, I felt more connected to Mike after each date. As a person who has been with the same person for the past eight years, I feel like I have a decent amount of relationship experience. With that experience, I’ve learned the importance of open and honest communication, which I truly believe has kept my relationship strong. So when a copy of “Eight Dates: Essential Conversations for a … [Read more...] about I went on 8 therapist-designed dates with my boyfriend and we had the best conversations of our relationship
By Linda Bell Published February 12, 2019 Personal Finance FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Married couples lying about their income? FBN’s Gerri Willis on a U.S. Census report on married couples’ income. While money may be the root of all evil, it is also the root of many disagreements between couples. Fidelity Investments analyzed the finances of more than 1,600 couples who are married or in long-term committed relationships and living with their partner. Continue Reading Below Sixty-seven percent of couples who are concerned about debt say they argue about money. Forty-six percent of those same couples agree that money is their biggest relationship challenge. Are you struggling to find financial harmony with your partner? Leslie Thompson, founding principal at Spectrum Management Group has these three tips for couples: Start the financial discussion Thompson says the biggest family disagreements … [Read more...] about How to find financial harmony with your partner
An important relationship milestone is when you move in together. You’re likely to learn a lot about each other during this time. You’ll become aware of every bad habit and quirk your partner has. But there are some nice things about it too. We asked millennials what they learned when they moved in with their significant other, and what they wish they’d known before taking the step. Provided you’re in one for long enough, relationships are full of milestones. There’s “the talk,” the first time you say “I love you,” and meeting each other’s parents. Then there’s the point where you move in together. Spending more time with the person you love can seem like a great idea on paper, but there’s also going to be a lot you didn’t predict. For instance, you’ll learn more about your partner’s bad habits, and you’ll realise how much you liked having your own space. We asked millennials what … [Read more...] about 17 things we wish we knew before moving in with our partners