Last week, sitting in a pub with a business colleague, I had an interesting discussion about when business gets to the point of being too busy. There are several strategies on how to deal with this problem. Yes, I said problem and a nice one to have. Demand is a challenge for most businesses especially excess demand. Not satisfying the demand can kill a business and its reputation.
It amazes me the number of people who call themselves entrepreneurs without really understanding what the term means. We seem to live in an era where the title entrepreneur is paraded around like a badge of honour. What warrants the title of entrepreneur though, no one is sure. The word entrepreneur is very similar to the word creative. Ask ten different people for their definition and you'll get ten different answers.
Should you choose a Fixed or Variable Mortgage Interest Rate?
by Mark Benkovic, Excel Mortgage Canada Connection, Saturday, October 14, 2017
One of the most common questions posed by mortgage borrowersi is “Should I choose a Fixed or Variable Mortgage Interest Rate?”
Variable (Adjustable) Rate Mortgage Basics:
Your friends are over and you’re watching the latest season of your favourite show when the episode freezes. You press pause and play, over and over again, to no avail. Then, finally, the spinning circle of death (that indicates buffering problems) appears. Game over. Your friends start to complain. One of them asks, “What’s wrong with your Internet?” The guy you always hated adds, “How can you live like this?!”
Its funny where conversations go. Recently on The Small Business Show on Rogers tv in Waterloo Region, I interviewed a 35-year real estate veteran, Ian Inglis of ReMax, about social selling. He mentioned three social media channels that he uses to promote his brokerage. Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn are his preferred.
There is a huge difference between GOOD debt and BAD debt.
The attached picture is worth a thousand words!
I can help you covert bad debt into good debt and the benefits to you are:
For most people a home is the biggest purchase in their lives! But, until recently, most of us were not taught basic financial information in high school, university of college.
Recently, with a fellow mentor, we were in the middle of working with a delightful young business owner who demonstrated serious passion. A rarity for some. She was developing a business and was challenged with prospecting. She did not have a problem of engaging with people. It was more of trying to balance that with the use of social media and electronic mediums.