Back from a few days off and ready to go for your Monday morning!
Here's what's coming up on Monday's show!
6:13- Michael Bowers- President Trump is expected to announce his Supreme Court nominee during a prime time address Monday evening.
7:13- Geoff Mar WX
7:43- Bites and Brews Ticket Drop
8:13- President Trump's deliberations over a Supreme Court nominee now center on three candidates culled from his shortlist: federal judges Brett M. Kavanaugh, Raymond Kethledge and Amy Coney Barrett, according to White House officials and Trump advisers involved in the discussions.There's lots of speculation, but we're dealing with one of the most unpredictable presidents of all time.
Could there be an 11th hour surprise? Would Trump nominate someone who's not on any short list?
Will Trump choose a nominee that Democrats will have a tough time opposing or does President Trump welcome the fight?
Dr. Nick Oberheiden is a constitutional scholar, author, and attorney.
He holds a Ph.D. in law, a Juris Doctor from UCLA School of Law, among others. His law practice is limited to U.S. federal law with special emphasis on constitutional law, federal criminal procedure, and government investigations.
8:23- Dr Nick Hold Over
8:43- STUDY: VACATION BLISS DOESN'T LAST LONG
Taking time away from work can reduce many workers' stress and give them new energy, but new research says those benefits can fade away quickly after returning from a vacation. According to the new poll of more than 1,500 American adults who work full or part-time, many say they are unable to hold onto that relaxing feeling that comes with time off. 68 percent of participants stated they were in a better mood after returning from time off, 66 percent said they had more energy and 57 percent reported feeling more motivated and less stressed. 58 percent also said they were more productive after a break and 55 percent said they did better work. But, it appears that that post-vacation boost fades quickly as 40 percent said it was gone within days of returning and 24 percent said it vanished as soon as they returned to work. Even worse, 21 percent of respondents said they felt tense or stressed while on vacation and 28 percent ended up working more than planned with 42 percent dreading returning to work.
Why are so many unable to unwind? How does this inability to unplug affect mental health?
Specialist in Brain Health // founder of The Brain Performance Center in Dallas, LEIGH RICHARDSON
8:52- HOW SHOULD BUSINESSES RESPOND TO NEGATIVE REVIEWS?
Customer reviews can make or break a business and in the age of technology these reviews can be accessed anywhere at any time. So, what can a business do to save itself when it receives a bad review? One is to ask happy customers to post their reviews in hopes they will negate any bad ones. Businesses should also respond immediately and politely to the aggravated customer. This shows that the business is professional and will handle any mishaps. Sticking up for your business can help as well. This can include a statement on steps being taken to improve a product or service.
How influential are these reviews on businesses?
How can businesses master social media to improve and maintain their image?
Social Media and Brand Strategy Expert LINDSEY HARRISON