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It Shouldn’t Be Awkward, It’s Just Business: The Best Way to Ask About a Prospective Client’s Budget
There are a lot of things that make me uncomfortable – snakes, rodents, a packed elevator, and close talkers. But, my team and I are never uncomfortable asking the inevitable question, “what is your budget for this?” Granted we don’t lead with that but at some point you have to ask.read more
There a lot of things you can speed through in life – traffic, a new book, your monthly data usage allotment, and marathon-viewing of season one of Stranger Things on Netflix. But, there are many more things in life you should take your time and walk carefully and alertly through – house-training your new puppy, teaching your teenager how to drive a car, and managing the expectations of your current clients and prospective ones and not promising them overnight success.read more
Man, the majority of us really enjoy a mouthwatering steak or ribs fresh from the grill. The crackling sound of hot coals and the smell of burning meat wafting through the outdoor air will drive you absolutely mad as you wait for your meat of choice to be “just right”!read more
It’s finally here, convention season. It’s reminiscent of those days when you were in school and would stare at the clock to strike 3:00 and the final bell of the school year would blare – SUMMER! Once the calendar flips to June it is GAME ON!read more
Everyone loves to get muddy from time-to-time. It’s part of our nature and practiced by little kids and young adults around the globe daily – if there’s a mud puddle there’s a very high likelihood we are going to jump in it. Count that as fact.read more
Many of us can’t remember the exact moment we learned to walk, but our parents can. The majority of us do remember when we learned to ride our bicycles without training wheels or could stay on top of the skateboard and pull off a turn or two. Both of those activities required balance. The ability to maintain equal leg strength and not fall flat on our noses as we took that first step or skated off down the sidewalk.read more