Georgia offers something for everyone. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy pristine beaches, wondrous forests, majestic mountains and magnificent rivers and streams. Sports fans support six professional sports franchises, as well as the University of Georgia, Georgia Tech and other school teams. Creative organizations comprise the state’s fifth-largest industry sector, and Georgia’s arts scene ranges from the comprehensive Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta to award-winning regional theatre, museums and orchestras in communities throughout the state.
A small business is, by nature, very lean. There are fewer employees than in a larger organization and also fewer layers of management. With fewer employees, a smaller company has less need to lay off associates in hard times and can keep business operating more efficiently. Having fewer layers of management makes decision times much quicker, allowing for flexibility and adaptability that a larger company does not have. Your lean structure means that every employee can be much closer to the business and the customer, allowing for both an understanding of how your company works and increased customer satisfaction.
It has been found that a bilingual's two languages are simultaneously active, both phonologically and semantically, during language use.   This activation is indicated by electrophysiological measures of performance. Not only is a person's dominant language (L1) active when using the less dominant language (L2), but their L2 is also activated when using L1. This happens once the individual is adequately proficient in the L2.  They are both active when listening to speech, reading words in either language or even planning speech in either language.     Also, both languages are activated even when only one language is needed by the user.