TheLiveBigWay® Digest: Future Focused
Soundbite: Replay – Resilience
With markets roiled by fears of inflation, rising interest rates, and all the unknowns of the ongoing war in Ukraine, we thought we’d share a brief perspective on what it all means and the most productive lens through which to view it. Spend a few minutes with Dr Dave Yeske while he share’s our short take on market volatility, inflation, war and how resilient humans are at the core.
Yeske Buie Live Webinar – Save the Date!
With the second quarter of 2022 coming to a close, Yeske Buie’s resident economists, Dr. Dave Yeske and Yusuf Abugideiri, will be hosting a live webinar where they will be discussing the events of the last few months and the effects they’ve had on the markets and the economy. Save the date for Wednesday, July 6 at 11am PT | 2pm ET, and keep an eye out in the coming weeks for more information on discussion points and a registration link!
Welcome Baby Aria James Mireles!
It is our pleasure to welcome baby Aria James Mireles to the Yeske Buie family! Proud parents, Lauren and Eli Mireles welcomed their first child, a healthy baby girl, on Friday, May 6th, 2022, just in time to share their first Mother’s Day together as a family of three! We just can’t get enough of these adorable cute snuggles! Find out what Lauren’s favorite moment has been with Aria thus far while you gush over these precious photos!
Featured Favorites: Local Traditions
We’re excited to, once again, highlight the diversity of thought and interest within the Yeske Buie community with a new question for our Featured Favorites section. Today’s question is rooted in an appreciation for the communities surrounding our offices in San Francisco and Northern Virginia: what’s one of your favorite local events or traditions? We think you’ll find that our team’s diverse answers assert that there’s something for everyone in our two local vicinities. What would you add to our list?
The Hope Chronicles
Graduation season. It’s a time to celebrate accomplishments, appreciate lessons learned, and dream about the future. This class valedictorian reflected on all three of these things in his graduation speech, and he also got unconventionally honest about the cost of his hard work. Not the cost in dollars, but in relationships. His words resonate not only with the principles we embrace in The Hope Chronicles, but they also mirror the Live Big philosophy. What can you do to ensure you have no regrets in the sixteenth second?