The Elf on my Shelf isn’t working effectively.
Instead of duping my 5 year-old into behaving like a Christmas angel, it’s giving me a guilt trip. The footless red bandit is a constant reminder about my apparent inability to get my kid to do anything without a Christmas-
2. Gangnam Style
5. Angry Birds
9. 50 Shades
10. RG III
Odds are 18 months ago the items on this list didn’t mean much of anything to you. Now
Do you know what the Spanish term for Profitability is?
I love this term because the word RENT leaps out at you.
RENTABILIDAD = Profitability
Up to 2006 or so, homebuilding
Remember the DeLorean?
If the name doesn’t conjure up an immediate mental image, this will: Remember the car from Back to the Future?
That’s a DeLorean. Doc Brown and Marty McFly’s dream machine. In early 2013 the car is making a comeback - as an electric car.
Recently I visited a host of builder sites in Florida. My objective was to have a direct comparison of many builders’ models, sales personnel, sales process and overall experience. It’s been a while that I actually walked dozens of builder models over a 300 mile geographic area in a relatively
I recently made the decision to relocate from Rochester, New York to Sarasota, Florida. Leaving annual accumulations of snow averaging 130 inches along with 80% of my days under grey clouds was my family’s motivation for the move. We couldn’t be happier. One of our new founded traditions is too be
One of the advantages of consulting with businesses across the US is you see the companies that get it and the many companies that don’t. Sometimes observing the companies that will never understand the formula for sustained success can be very valuable. These companies take on values and beliefs
Most small to mid size builders today have found themselves without any internal professional Human Resource function. Either that function was a casualty of the many layoffs over the last 5 years or it never existed to begin with.
The builders, who remain in the game today, are alive because they
Well ladies and gentleman, we made it through another year. A year of bankruptcies with several top 100 builders, uncertainty in the job market that generated 15% of our population into the poverty level and an economic future, thanks to our Washington politicians, that couldn’t look any bleaker.