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On this special edition of The Balancing Act: Local, we’re taking a dive into five South Florida businesses revolutionizing everything from travel and commuting, to publishing and education.

Driving around in a big city can be stressful – unless you’re lucky enough to live in a place like South Florida, where commuting is made easy through Tri-Rail.

The best way to enjoy the crystal clear waters in the Caribbean and around the Florida coast is cruising in your own European-designed yacht. G Marine, a luxury yacht broker based in Miami, can make that a reality.

For over 50 years, Gulfstream Media Group has led the affluent, glossy magazine industry in South Florida. Stay tuned to hear from the leaders, including publisher Mark Corbett and managing editor Alyssa Morlacci, and get a sneak peek into the latest issue!

Broward College offers something for everyone. It’s a high-quality and affordable option for students who choose to stay close to home, as well as students who want to pursue higher education at a lower cost.

One in five people are afraid to go to the dentist! Is that you? Meet Dr. Bruce Lein, a dentist based in Jupiter, Florida who wants to eliminate the stigma of painful dentistry.

 

We’re brightening up your day with insight and ideas for living your best life! Essential Staffing Solutions is a temporary staffing agency with a uniquely permanent approach. Aiming to encourage, motivate, and inspire people like you to help uncover their talents and maximize their opportunities. And speaking of careers, The Balancing Act goes on location […]

During these trying times, when it comes to searching for a new job during record-high unemployment, job seekers need all the help they can get. With over 3 years of experience in helping team members audition for the right job for them, Essential Staffing Solutions is a staffing agency that defies the term ‘temp’ with […]

Glioblastoma (GBM) is rare brain tumor that is difficult to treat and has a poor prognosis.

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