Wondering if Google PageRank is not visible anymore? Was it cancelled by Google for the public view? If yes, than how SEO people will measure the website success?
The minute you change your perception is the moment you rewrite the mystery.
If you don’t believe -- It will never happen!
How much do you think your past and present are affecting your future?
I see a lot of people in my line of work and more than a few are in the process of buying and selling with another agent. Bumping into people who are already represented is a normal part of our business, and chatting about real estate is something I enjoy regardless.
Last summer I met two couples who’d bought new places but hadn’t sold their existing homes yet. Needless to say they were a bit anxious to get their homes sold. This got me thinking about the stress they must be feeling, and I wondered if these couples knew about a financing option called a bridge loan.
Linda Ockwell-Jenner here co-founder of the Small Business Community Network (SBCN).
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You are at the point in your business where growth is continuing, your clients are referring you so you sit back and watch the world pass by. If this is true you will not continue to grow your business and client base for much longer.
Many small business owners become jacks-of-all-trades and do a little bit of everything when it comes to managing their businesses. This versatility can be a tremendous asset when first starting a business. As time goes on, however, the small business owner who continues to do everything him or herself will hit what I call the success stopping point.
The Past is The Past
Our past is a precious gift, without it we would not be here today. But, if like me you have painful memories, its difficult not to try to shed yourself of those memories and pretend they did not happen.
In a recent podcast, we covered the concept of building a business foundation for your small business. Why is it that important? Here’s a statistic. Roughly 50% of businesses in Canada fail within their first 5 years, often before they’ve had a chance to hit key business milestones. That’s an alarming statistic for any business owner, even if they’ve passed the 5-year threshold. What causes those businesses to fail?
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