Archive for June 26, 2018
Some people think business success is simply about making the most money you possibly can, that sacrificing everything to the almighty dollar is the only way to succeed. While it is true that a healthy bottom line is important to growth and sustainability, focusing on nothing but the Benjamins can be detrimental to your health, your social life, and your psyche. And ironically enough, it can also be detrimental to the business. Here are some tips for business success, and what they all have in common.
1) “Patience.” Lasting, durable success does not happen overnight. You must research, plan, train, and work harder than you have ever worked to succeed at anything. And all of that will take time. If you lack the patience to see it through to the end, you will fall short every time.
If you have a desk and chair, you need carpet chair mats or hard floor chair mats. These are some of the most important parts of the office, whether yours is a commercial or home office. Here are six things that will happen if you don’t have carpet chair mats or a thick chair mat for your hardwood floor.
- You’ll have a harder time with multitasking. If you’re like most people, you need to move from your desk to the printer, the fax machine, the filing cabinet, or somewhere else multiple times in the day. If your chair doesn’t roll easily, that’s a tiny bit of aggravation every time you attempt to move. Those bits of aggravation add up until it’s all you can think about. Over time, this can destroy productivity and even make you come to hate your office space.
- You won’t be as safe as you would be with carpet chair mats. Office chairs can get caught on the carpet and tip over. They can be pushed so hard by someone trying to get ou
It’s no secret that the world is becoming increasingly technology-based. One of the newest ways to see that is through the introduction of CMA software, which stands for Comprehensive Meta-Analysis software. It’s currently being used by realtors to make looking for homes an easier process for clients.
So what’s the reason for this recent shift? Well, over half of those who bought houses within the last few years are less than 40 years old. Add that to the 35% of buyers in 2017 being within the millennial and Y generations, and it’s obvious what’s going on. Realtors are trying to make this process easier for their new prospective buyers. While older generations might have wanted to go out and have showings of the places they were considering, the younger ones are known for their tech-savviness. They’ll be more impressed by this show of all the information they need in one convenient listing or presentation.