As I was walking down to my office downstairs, I looked outside and saw the neighbors heading to the street to retrieve his trash can. The sun was now up in the sky, you could tell that there was a soft breeze in the trees and spring had totally sprung. I made a quick turn... Continue Reading →
The Dos And Don’ts Of Managing Multiple Credit Cards
This is a collaborative post and it may contains affiliate links. When times are hard, some people run to credit cards. There was a time when one needed to drive to a bank branch, wait in line to meet with a banker and then fill out an application for a credit card; only to wait... Continue Reading →
The 4 Questions That Will Open Any Door for You!
In 2005, a survey conducted by Small Business Trends revealed that small businesses acquire 85% of their customers through referrals. That survey took place 12 years ago but I can guarantee you that businesses still expand heavily by word of mouth, regardless of the platform. Any number of ads would not have the same impact... Continue Reading →
Two ways to stay accountable with your money and be financially stable.
In an article published by the Harvard Business Review, Joseph Grenny tells that there is a strong correlation between high performing teams and accountability in the work environment. Navy seals hold themselves and their teams to the highest level of expectation by being accountable to the objective of their missions and to their values.... Continue Reading →