Dr. Gary Burrus, PH.D, expert in Human Resources shares his expertise on what you need to have in order to develop and then drive the right strategies and initiatives to promote successful collaboration between men and women working together.    A Bit About Gary:  Gary Burrus has 27 years of experience in the gaming and hospitality industry. His experience spans property level, regional, and national operations. Specifically within the industry Gary has senior level experience in the areas of Customer Service, Resort Operations, multiple Hotel Operations (1,000+ rooms), RV park operations, Golf Course, Shooting Facilities, Entertainment and Recreation facilities, Convention Center, Retail Store Operations, Human Resource Management (benefits administration, compensation, 401(k) Administration, recruiting, employee engagement, training, union negotiations, employee wellness), Risk Management, Compliance, Government Relations, Community Relations, Security Operations, Transportation and Valet Operations, and interim General Management.
Posted On Friday, 05 April 2024 00:00 Written by
How do you rate your lender realtor partnerships? Jo Garner speaks to how to effectively and profitably collaborate together to create a seamless and stress less experience for your customers and clients. She shares how she so successfully manages to be the LENDER OF CHOICE by providing systematic communication, networking and client retention programs that keep raving clients for life! A Bit About Jo:  “Whatever YOUR personal priorities are, my job is to help you get the mortgage terms that will give you bragging rights when you talk about it and help you score on hitting your goals.” As a mortgage loan officer, my job is to help you get to the benefits you want from your financing terms. What is most important to you? I can help you find the financing terms that will help you get to what you want.  What is your comfort level on a house…
Posted On Wednesday, 20 October 2021 00:00 Written by
Do you walk away from negotiations knowing that you might have settled for less? Feeling frustrated that you might have left some money on the table? Learn the 7 biggest mistakes most women make from #1 NYT/WSJ Best Selling author of “The One Minute Negotiator” and start getting more of what you want in your next negotiation.   Listen to the full podcast below:
Posted On Thursday, 02 April 2020 09:00 Written by
If you're stuck in traffic, getting stressed out about it will not change your circumstances. Life's a journey, not a destination, so do what you can to enjoy the ride. How often is your day ruined before it begins by a horrible commute? Does it make you feel out of control to be stuck, with nowhere to go... stewing? I bet that doesn't make for the most productive workday, and definitely not the most enjoyable. How could it? You're starting in a happiness hole. But there are some easy techniques you can practice every day to make your commute a lot less tense, or at least keep it from spoiling the other 23 hours in your day. 1. The Power of Preparation.  Mentally prep yourself for your upcoming ride. Before you get in the car to drive to work or school, stop for 10 seconds and prepare yourself for traffic. Say,…
Posted On Wednesday, 28 February 2024 00:00 Written by
Today’s qualified buyers expect perfection and are willing to pay for it. They will continue their home search until the residential sales process wears them down and/or they reconcile their wants and needs with their budget and availability and pull the trigger. Instant access to designer MLS photos and videos puts sellers in a difficult position from the get-go – the house must be perfectly presented, both visually and physically, or the buyer will quickly look elsewhere, without apology, and head for the door. 
Posted On Tuesday, 10 March 2020 05:35 Written by
If you’re a mom, you understand immediately that most large family initiatives, like moving, will naturally fall to you to research, coordinate and supervise, ensuring that all “i’s” are dotted, and the “t’s” are crossed. Who better, right? 
Posted On Sunday, 16 February 2020 05:35 Written by
So which one are you?  The woman who tends to relentlessly buckle up and do it herself or the type of woman that is comfortable asking and allowing others to help?
Posted On Thursday, 02 April 2020 09:00 Written by
If you’re in sales, then you know you have to keep your pipeline full of leads if you want to have a steady income.  Does making cold calls, door knocking, and getting rejected over and over just leave you cold? If you’re nodding your head and wishing there was a way to keep that pipeline full without all the hard work of prospecting, then keep reading, because there is!
Posted On Sunday, 15 December 2019 05:25 Written by
As a real estate agent, we frequently focus on what niche we will work, but have you ever given any thought to who your ideal client actually is? If you’re of the mindset that you have to take every client that contacts you, you may be wasting a lot of your time and precious energy on clients who really aren’t a great fit for you.
Think about it: If your niche is urban lofts, and someone in the suburbs wants to move farther out of the city, do you think you’ll be able to serve them well? Probably not, as that’s not your specialty. Well, the same rules apply to the type of person you chose to work with. If you’re a no-nonsense kind of person, do you really want to work with that client who seems to be followed by a swirl of gossip and drama, and…
Posted On Wednesday, 21 February 2024 00:00 Written by
We’ve all made life-changing decisions by following our heart. We’ve been told that if we follow our heart and trust our instincts, we will find our passion, our true love, the life we were meant to live or the home of our dreams. Without conscious awareness our emotional stories and positive and negative experiences are playing out in the background of each of these decisions and largely affect the success of the ultimate outcome. Often, we are happy with the results.
Posted On Wednesday, 11 December 2019 05:25 Written by
It’s Thanksgiving week, and most people are getting ready to spend time with their family for the start of the busy holiday season.  In your rush to get everything done, take time each day to be grateful and express your thanks to those who are helping you–whether it is at home, your assistant at work, or the check-out clerk at the grocery store. 
Posted On Monday, 25 November 2019 05:30 Written by
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