In real estate, professional home stagers are practiced in the art of preparing a home for resale. They target the “flow” of a home, eliminate clutter, rearrange furniture, and assist in enhancing curb-appeal. Some professional stagers keep their basement or garage filled with props - everything from antiques and art to eclectic furniture and knick knacks. With lots of competition in the market, Stagers help your home measure up. In part 2 of this series, I stage a strong interview on your behalf. There is plenty of competition.
We’ve started a new tradition for Father’s Day and are inviting all Fathers, Step-Fathers, Adopted Fathers, Foster Fathers, Surrogate Fathers and any other type of Fathers to participate with us. Ordinarily, on Father’s Day, Dads are expected to receive gifts and other pleasures from their offspring. Of course, we have never gotten anywhere near the level of goodies that Mothers get on their day, (our lobby isn’t as powerful as theirs), but that’s not what this is about. What we’re proposing is something entirely different. We’re starting a tradition of Dads giving their children a gift on Father’s Day: a photograph of themselves.
Goal setting is a basic process, but many
people find it difficult to understand. Take a look at the six
essentials that you must know and understand in order to execute the
right strategic goals. Remember, in this stage of building your
infrastructure you want to be strategic about the focus areas of your
The danger of mixed messages is especially
crucial when you’re considering business issues. For me, as a sole
proprietor, if I have problems communicating with the person I’m
speaking to it could end a business association with that person.
There is something very wrong going on in the Congressional
Black Caucus. However, the malady has a long history. A class
of Black politicians think that we exist to support them,
rather than that they are elected to support us.
Rosa Parks was the original exemplification
that “no” means “NO.” One woman’s comments, “No, I’m not moving,” and
her subsequent arrest changed the way Blacks would see themselves and
their power to change “the status quo.”