“My children. Not so much in the traditional sense of making sure they’re safe and sound, but in the sense of their well being if something happened to my wife and I. We’re currently in the process of drafting our estate documents; designating guardians for our young children is of upmost importance at this stage.”
Justin Thomas, CFP® • Shareholder/Wealth Advisor, TCI Wealth Advisors, Inc.
“I worry what happens when the ‘savers’ of the world stop lending to the United States. If we can’t borrow to buy things overseas, and we don’t make much of what we consume, should we start investing in manufacturing infrastructure now?”
Michael D. Bosma, CPA • Managing Shareholder, The Bosma Group P.C.
“Primarily what keeps me up at night is not so much what I’m working on, as what I’m not working on. In particular, I have a nagging fear that hidden amongst the 42 things I’m looking at today lies something I’ve missed. List, track and review… the story of my life.”
Kelly Jean Maguire, CMCA • Vice President of Operations, RMI Management, LLC
“Sales growth. Profitability. Cash flow. Payroll. Recruiting talent. Retaining talent. Firing people. Remaining innovative. Poor execution. Losing accounts. Metrics. Production times. Watching my parents age. My daughters.”
Darik Volpa • CEO, Understand.com
“What keeps me up? The economy, politics and wondering why our lawmakers don’t seem to get it. I worry how their decisions will affect my business and employees and whether their inability to come together to do the right thing will change our future.”
Gordon Miles • COO, Prudential Americana Group, REALTORS
“I see the housing market in Nevada making slow but steady progress, with home sales at or near record levels around the state. I suppose I’ve lost a little sleep over the thought of any dramatic changes that could occur in the national economy or by major banks or the government that could get in the way of our recovery.”
Blane Johnson • 2012 President, Nevada Association of REALTORS