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Manage Your Time This Summer

Summer can be a challenging time for salespeople and businesses. Yes, it’s a welcome respite from the demands of the job and a chance to recharge with family and friends.

Grace Under Pressure & Above All Else

Perhaps if you were to think of grace, you would picture elegance at a dance or ball … something old-school that reminds you of the past. That is a form

Leveraging Social Selling to Avoid the Summer Slump

According to research, more than 60 percent of business professionals will take a summer vacation. At any given moment this summer, a third of your prospects and customers may be

Career Transition: A Gateway To Authenticity

Transitioning from one career to another has the potential of opening portals to the innermost places within us that have been forgotten in the passage of time. Many spend a

Using LinkedIn to Generate More Business During “Down Time”

The summer months can be a difficult time for your salespeople, as it may be more challenging for them to reach decision-makers. LinkedIn is a smart way to encourage them

Do You Really Need a Family Office?

The two most interesting times in an entrepreneur’s life is when she starts—and then  when she sells—her business. That final transaction can be complicated, stressful but rewarding. For the purposes of this column,

A Busy Future For Architects, Developers & Tampa Bay

The outlook for Tampa Bay architectural firms is strong for 2019 and beyond, which means the area’s overall economic future looks bright. These bullish projections are based on a recent

It’s Less About Opinion, and More About Consideration

While most everyone has an opinion on multiple things, our individual opinion is not sought on all things. While expertise and degrees, practices and professions warrant many seeking opinions and input

It’s Less About Opinion, And More About Consideration

While most everyone has an opinion on multiple things, our individual opinion is not sought on all things. While expertise and degrees, practices and professions warrant many seeking opinions and input

Four Goal Setting Habits of Effective Leaders

The first few months of the year is a classic time for sales professionals to diligently focus on identifying and fulfilling their most important personal and professional goals. We’ve noticed,

If You’re Headed To Divorce Court, Can You Really Trust Your Trust?

By Michael Lundy, Managing & Founding Partner of Older Lundy & Alvarez After handling literally thousands of divorce cases, I am convinced more than ever that things rarely work out

What You Should, and Should Not, Expect From an Executive Assistant

CEO’s and other executives often ask what their true expectations of an executive assistant should be. How does one know if they have the right person? What is considered appropriate,