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Key Economic Recovery Trends in the US & Canada

July 31, 2014

The Alternative Board® (TAB) – in connection with Corona Insights, a leading market research firm based in Denver – annually polls its members as well as a mirror group of non-member business owners regarding their performance relative to projections and their coming year business forecasts. Source

The Twelve Steps of Recovery

The Twelve Steps of Recovery

August 8, 2013

The 12 Steps of Recovery are considered the corner stone of Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12 Step programs modeled on the AA program. These steps were developed early in the growth of AA by AA members. The steps were develop to help people suffering from alcoholism move from a state of using, denying, and blame […]

Where We Are

Where We Are

March 28, 2013

This infographic from late 2009 looks for indications of an Indian economic recovery, including data representing oil prices, industrial production, automotive sales, domestic and foreign investment, and bank deposits. Source

Are We Over the Worst?

Are We Over the Worst?

March 27, 2013

This early 2009 infographic looks for indications of an Indian economic recovery, including data representing GDP, exports, the manufacturing sector, equities index, air travel, automobile sales, and corporate profits. Source

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Not Better Off

February 15, 2013

After Three Years Of Obama’s Failed Policies, The Facts Show That Americans Are Not Better Off Than They Were Source

The Road to Recovery

The Road to Recovery

November 21, 2012

The following inforgraphic highlights The Road to Recovery through statistics that help tell the story of addiction that many Americans know all too well. Our goal is to raise awareness and to highlight the benefits of drug and alcohol recovery. Help us celebrate National Recovery Month by sharing this with your friends and family! Source

Texas Bragging Rights

Texas Bragging Rights

May 27, 2012

The best bragging on Texas is being done by people from outside the Lone Star State. It’s one thing for us to tout our Economic Development potential, our low cost of living, our model recovery from the recent recession and our best-in-the-nation record of job growth; it’s quite another when organizations such as CNN, MSNBC, […]