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Category Archives: Business Administration
I recently participated in REBarcamp, an intensive day of knowledge-sharing sessions for those in the real estate industry. Topics ranged from digital marketing and social media to HUD info and business development. As a sponsor of the event for my … Continue reading
Last Friday afternoon, my email and Facebook accounts got hacked. I’m talking H – A – C – K – E – D. As I dashed to run no more than 40 minutes’ worth of errands, identity thieves—mostly likely from … Continue reading
I recently saw a post on Facebook by a friend who stated that, though he has an MBA, he was going to have to learn to manage people through good ol’ life experience. In that moment it struck me. Maybe the … Continue reading
When’s the last time you backed up everything on your hard drive? I hope the answer is “within the last hour.” And if you don’t have an answer for that question, consider yourself nudged, reminded and forewarned. My work, and … Continue reading
“Licensed, bonded, insured.” It’s a phrase I’ve heard throughout my life but have never fully understood. Since so many business owners are sure to state that their companies are “licensed, bonded, insured,” I’ve always presumed this trifecta was the standard, … Continue reading
One reason I was hesitant to become my own business? The uncertainties of getting paid. When you’re on your own, there’s no pay day, per se. And if your business is your sole means of putting kibble in the bowls, … Continue reading