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2010 

Among my morning readings a theme has emerged surrounding  listening and thinking.  Where is the focus at any given time in a conversation? In thinking - perhaps about how to get your point across, further  the sale,  or move on to the next customer or client or activity. The same is true in pers...
10/29/2010
If you are looking for "green" new construction in the Kennett Square area, Pennock Greene is an outstanding choice. Tomorrow, from 4-6 p.m the first 5 registered visitors will receive a $5 gift card to Starbucks when they tour the spectacular model - It's a fabulous location off Route 1 - a majo...
10/27/2010
You get an offer in this market, and you think it's really, really low. What do you do? A)      Yell and scream at your agent  that the buyer is insulting you! B)       Tell your agent not to even bother calling the buyer's agent back, its not worth countering C)       Detach from the number, loo...
10/27/2010
Chadds Ford,  PA offers much in additoni to great home values right now - history, natural beauty, cultural attractions, unique shopping AND dining. The Gables at Chadds Ford is  on Route 1 in Pennsbury Township Chester County is an example. A beautifully restored barn with 23 gables, I remember ...
10/25/2010
Lou uses Oscar W ilde this morning to illustrate the power of paying attention to what we do and what is done to us in life. While experience is another name for mistkaes, I've also heard that "sin"  can be translated as "to miss the mark." As someone else said, "it's not good; it's not bad; it j...
10/25/2010
Cromwell's Tavern has been around for a long time - one of those chestnut kind of neighborhood bars in Greenville, Delaware, that hasn't faded with the vaguaries and fads of the market.   You just won't see your self coming and going at this laid-back cozy lair, you will enjoy  a consistently hig...
10/24/2010
The art of American brewing is fun and entertaining at Greenville, Delaware's Twin Lakes Brewery.  A converted art studio and tractor barn houses a 25 barrel, steam-fired, gravity-fed, five vessel brew house and tasting room at the historic Twin Lakes Farm (est. 1826) in Greenville, Delaware of R...
10/24/2010
Pizza by Elizabeth's is sophisticated - Pizzas Elegant? Yepper! When you put prosciutto, gorgonzola and fig jam on it. Unique combos for salads, every spice on the planet found in the kitchen to create some mondo dishes thanks to Executive chef  Amporn Vasquez  - all  4 feet 9 inches of her. If y...
10/24/2010
Greenville, Delaware, northwest of Wilmington is more than a suburb west of Philadelphia. It was my place of work for more than 20 years.  The seat of  sprawling du Pont family estates, (many now for sale)  golf courses and country clubs, and a river indeed, runs through it. More precisely the Br...
10/24/2010
Pennsylvania's Pennsbury Chadds-Ford Antique Mall on Route 1 is not just popular with tourists, but locals as well. If I have a pair of earrings that needs fixing, I know which booth to go to, and of course, I am lured in by the many and varied dealers whose inventory changes constantly. There is...
10/23/2010
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