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Gail Green
Gail Green writes on:



The modern bath has evolved into a space that is hardly recognizable from its predecessor. What one envisions as the typical loo is now reconfigured, redesigned  as an extension of the home. That is, bathrooms are now outfitted as though they are yet another living space replete with eye-candy built-ins, decorative accessories, and gorgeous furniture. [...]

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Wes Morgan
Wes Morgan writes on:

12 Reasons Why Marketing Has Lost Its Dazzle


The marketing profession has lost some of its mystique lately. Here are a dozen things that are contributing to the new realities of marketing.

Media is not about mass marketing anymore. To move people you need to think about grass roots and social media.
Advertising Agencies have lost their grip on clients (no longer cornering the market [...]

Lisbeth Calandrino

Feelings Can Be Good or Bad; They Are Both Part of Your Success (Part 3)


Why would you fear success?
My experience tells me that most people don’t fear success; instead they feel failure. In order to be successful you must take risks and not all risks end with positive results. In order to get to success you may run across failure. Success is linked to failure. In fact people who [...]

Lisbeth Calandrino

Feelings Can Be Good or Bad; They Are Both Part of Your Success (Part 2)


How do gut feelings work? Whenever we have an experience not only is the data stored but so are the feelings about it. We’ve all had butterflies in our stomachs when we are trying something new. These feelings are connected to something that has happened in the past.
Have you ever met someone, and a warm [...]

Tagged as: business strategy

Lisbeth Calandrino

Feelings Can Be Good or Bad; They Are Both Part of Your Success (Part 1)


Ask most people if they want to be successful, and they would say “of course.” If you ask them for their strategy, they have the “deer in the head lights look.” Being successful requires a strategy. If you’re buying a new car or a house, you have a strategy. You make a list of the [...]

Tagged as: strategy

Bruce Kirsch
Bruce Kirsch writes on:

Top 5 Highlights of the 2013 ICSC New York National Conference


Today was my first time attending the ICSC NY National Conference. These were my Top 5 Highlights.

iTech lounge programming educating us how to leverage LinkedIn
CCIM Technology’s booth showing off its Site to Do Business GIS application
The sheer numbers of tenants, [...]

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Wes Morgan
Wes Morgan writes on:

Art Meets Commerce in 30 Seconds


The Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP), each year and for two decades, presents The Art & Technique of the American Commercial premiered at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City. The AICP Show demonstrates that informing, influencing and selling can also be moving, surprising and entertaining. The honored work becomes a [...]

Bruce Kirsch
Bruce Kirsch writes on:

What It Means To Do Good Financial Analysis On A Commercial Real Estate Deal (Part 2)


What are the three most important things to remember when doing financial analysis on a deal?
1. If you put Garbage in, you’ll get garbage out.
If your assumptions are garbage, then the calculated outputs based on those assumptions will also be garbage. So you need to be honest and strict with yourself and make sure that [...]

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Marie Burgos
Marie Burgos writes on:

The JumpSeat


Innovation is defined as the application of a new solution and Ziba, a design and innovative consultancy firm, has done just that. They have created a very interesting and attractive solution to the traditional auditorium seating, which poses space issues as the seats are 12 inches thick when retracted making it difficult to pass easily [...]

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Lisbeth Calandrino

Do You Really Want To Measure Customer Service? (Part 2)


So, what are the hard questions you need to ask yourself if you want to improve your customer service?

What can you do for your customers that’s a little different? One of the interesting things you can do is to build a community with your customers. The internet has helped us know more people but may [...]

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