"The levels of debt which we're going to find ourselves at, once we do finally begin to exit from this crisis, are going to be eye-watering."
"My biggest fear, as we start to get further away from 9/11, is that we start to forget exactly what happened that day," NYPD's Paul Grattan says.
"When tragedies happen, being a business owner is about having a presence that is felt in the community," says Charles von Herrlich of Von Bar.
"A general rule of thumb is that your estimated lifestyle costs 25% more than you think and planning takes double the time," says Stephanie Smolders.
Meagan Drillinger shares her road-trip money-saving hacks, from how to find the cheapest gas to why you should book hotels at the last minute.
Workers on strike at Frito-Lay and Nabisco are making the terms of their employment clear: Pay up now, or suffer the consequences and pay more later.
Jen Glantz says she takes a skills workshop every month, meets regularly with mentors, and attends networking events to meet locals in her area.
"Everybody can save ... and if you put that money into the market, you'll end up quite wealthy when you retire," says Kevin O'Leary.
"It's expected to feel more tired as you adjust to new routines, even if they're 'old' pre-pandemic routines," says Dr. Rachelle Scott.
Giovanna Vargas says she helped organize a proposal for a famous musician that included a buried ring, a treasure map, and a private fire dance.
Last month, families began receiving monthly cash payments of $250 to $300 per child to spend on everyday needs like food, housing, transportation.
The purpose of these events is to make fruitful connections, so make your introduction specific and short. An entrepreneur offered the scripts she uses.
"In the past, you just turned the water on and walked away. Now we walk the vineyard and see if the vine really needs a drink," says winemaker Tony Biagi.
"It's tough because as upset as I am with this 'slut shamey' decision, I'll still be forever grateful to a degree for OnlyFans' existence," one said.
Charlotte LaGuardia prefers to work with clients who want to improve their overall lifestyle - not do a quick cleanse before a big event.
"The number one thing that businesses can do (to support affordable housing) is support higher taxes," says Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman.
Melissa Petro says more workers are realizing they shouldn't have to sacrifice their lives to low wages and abusive bosses.