A quick internet search using the words, “Executive Protection Training” reveals a number of courses that are available for about $250-$500 dollars a day. Add this to the air fare, meals and lodging and you have easily spent thousands of dollars to attend this type of training. The websites that offer this training look slick, with professional rotating pictures of limousines, private jets, yachts, limos and guys with guns. It is testosterone heaven. But wait…..there’s more! As you click through the tabs you see all the services that are offered: Personal Protection, Witness Protection, Dignitary Protection, Investigations of all types,

The Birth of the United States Post Office In early colonial times most correspondence took place between the colonists and England. The King’s authorities would read and scour all of the information and mail that was being sent. Correspondence between the colonies depended on trusted friends, merchants, or friendly Native Americans. Around 1639 Richard Fairbanks’ Tavern in Boston, Massachusetts was designated as the official repository of mail by The General Court of Massachusetts (appointed by the King). Using taverns as mail drops was common practice in England, and the colonists adopted this practice as well. Local authorities designated by town

In this day and age of life on the fast lane, individuals are moving up the corporate ladder by changing jobs at their convenience. The company that offers better opportunities and obviously a higher salary can easily grab the best employees. In such a scenario, not just the employees but the company also inculcates change as an integral part of its corporate strategy. Change, in its most positive form, has become a constant feature in every corporate strategy. As a result corporate relocation to better places, where the opportunities for success are much higher, is a common aspect of organizational