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2009 

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How many times are you at a family or friends gathering and people start to talk about their jobs?  I hear a lot of complaining about the employment people have.  They hate the hours or the commute or just the boring routine of corporate America.  I usually keep my mouth shut unless someone asks ...
Posted over 4 years ago
We had a snow day yesterday in New York, kids love snow days, some of the schools are closed today too.  I haven't been a kid, at least physically, in a very long time, but I still love a snow day.  Everything stops, all the lines in your appointment book get crossed out.  No hustle, no bustle, I...
Posted over 4 years ago
Every year you hear the same thing.  The clients want to remove their home for the Holidays and come back on again in mid January.  I realize it is a really busy time of year but the reality is if your client decorates for the Holidays then the home is probably the cleanest and the prettiest it i...
Posted over 4 years ago
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I have been pulling out boxes and taking out decorations, like a lot of you I am sure.  I have been doing this for more years than I care to fess up to and I am amazed at the amount of stuff I have accumulated.  Some of it is wonderful and as I unwrap them I am pleased at the memories attached to...
Posted over 4 years ago
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I am the broker/owner of a mid size office and I make it a practice to almost always answer the phone when I am in the office.  It is a habit and a good one.  This is my business and it is important to me that people be handled in a certain way.  First entry into this office should be met with a ...
Posted over 4 years ago
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