Here are some tips to provide a better home selling experience. As a home seller, you are looking to move on to the next phase of your life whether it be a house in a nearby neighborhood or a cross-country move.
It's easy to be overwhelmed by making the decision to sell your home. There… Read More
Added by Rick Nipper on February 9, 2013 at 1:48pm —
A will is a vital estate planning document, and allows you to distribute your assets and property according to your wishes. However, there are several items that should NOT be included in a will:
Property held in a living trust or joint tenancy – property deeded to a living trust cannot be willed to someone else, and a will cannot change the right of survivorship in joint tenancy, which passes to the joint tenant by law.
Accounts with designated beneficiaries – financial… Read More
Added by Claudia Bingham on October 15, 2012 at 6:54am —
3 Tips On How To Be A Penny Wise Bride and Not Pound Foolish
(Click Here to go to Raleigh Event DJ's Blog)
What’s the purpose of investing so much time, energy, money, and emotion into one special day . . .
if it isn’t ”to throw the most incredibly fun party for your friends and family?”
What your guests will remember most about your… Read More
Added by Brad Junell on April 11, 2012 at 2:30pm —
The holidays can be stressful enough, but there’s no need to stress about your pet’s well being on top of everything else. It can be difficult to remember everything that’s on your mind, including presents, trees, vacations, in-laws, traveling and money. Pets can easily be lost in the mix, and parents can be… Read More
Added by Lois Kelly, 4 Paws Pet Sitting on December 1, 2011 at 11:42am —
Now that you understand your inner voice, have learned how to simply take notice, and have experimented with making change, let’s take the next step to taming those negative thoughts!!
Third Step – Live Your Authentic Life
Now comes the fun part where you put all of your hard work into… Read More
Added by Lauren Paparone on June 30, 2011 at 9:30am —
Your Mindset Makeover - Taming Your Inner Voice - (Part 3) Experimenting with Change
Now that you understand your inner voice, and have learned how to simply take notice, let’s take the next step to taming those negative thoughts!!
Second Step – Have Fun Experimenting with Change
How can you enjoy the process of change? We all know that change is difficult and… Read More
Added by Lauren Paparone on June 22, 2011 at 4:00pm —
I'm frequently approached by people who have read my blog or seen me on A&E's Hoarders and are interested in becoming part of the rapidly growing organizing profession. The following is an example of the emails I receive:
I am a big fan of your work. I absolutely love what you do, and you do it with such compassion and efficiency. In fact, I myself am looking into a career in professional organizing and I was wondering if you had any advice or could point me in the right… Read More
Added by Geralin Thomas on April 20, 2011 at 8:30am —
Married to a US Navy officer and M.D., Helena Alkhas of A Personal Organizer, LLC understands the needs caused by relocations and the urgency we feel to settle ourselves and our families. I've asked her to share some of her moving tips with us, so please join me in welcoming her as my guest today.
Let’s face it; most of us aren’t comfortable with changes. So, imagine how scary it can be for our little ones to leave the place, friends and school they have known for… Read More
Added by Geralin Thomas on April 6, 2011 at 8:00am —
Technology and the internet has done alot of good (and some bad I imagine) in image building for micro and small business. And it's certain that creating the best image for your business is important to compete. Now more than ever technology and the web 2.0 is beginning to level the playing field between big start-ups and micro, solo businesses. The NFIB published in the January/February Issue of MyBusiness Magazine
that many… Read More
Added by Katrina M Harrell-Biz Strategist on February 11, 2011 at 1:30pm —
If you are a self-employed individual or running a small business, check out 6 quick things you need to do BEFORE or by January 31, 2011 to stay in good graces with the IRS!
1. ISSUE 1099s
- If you hired an independent contractor in 2010 or worked with a non incorporated business, you must issue 1099 by January 31, 2011. You still have until February 28 to actually report to the IRS giving time for any corrections, however you should ensure your contractors and… Read More
Added by Katrina M Harrell-Biz Strategist on January 9, 2011 at 5:00pm —
As an accountant, entrepreneur and now CEO of a Bookkeeping company, I spend a great amount of time preaching the importance of small businesses being PROACTIVE in managing their businesses. This doesn't mean becoming a numbers person expert, but simply taking the day to day management of your finances seriously.
It's tough for accountants to truly "get the word out" and we often resort to following the… Read More
Added by Katrina M Harrell-Biz Strategist on November 4, 2010 at 5:19pm —
The IRS has (in my opinion) a decent job using social media to help boost it's public image and this post is one example. Click here
to find out what you should know when you get married.
Added by Katrina M Harrell-Biz Strategist on August 30, 2010 at 11:38am —
I am really excited to introduce my guest blogger for this week, author Sarah Dessen.
Sarah and I met in Italian classes at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. To this day, we fake an Italian accent when we greet one another and yell, "Bella!" (people stare!) Sarah's dad was my Shakespeare professor and her mom was my academic advisor. (Is this a family of academics or what?)
I'm always curious how one prepares themselves before practicing… Read More
Added by Geralin Thomas on August 13, 2010 at 9:30am —
In 2008, I was fortunate to work with a rising star. She came to this country 18 years ago with no money and only a few English words in her vocabulary. During that time she became a healthcare professional, multi-millionaire and very well known internet marketer.
I spent six months working with her and her family. In fact, I lived with them for three months traveling in two tour buses as she made her way to California where she now resides with her very own Internet television show… Read More
Added by Mike Garr on May 3, 2010 at 6:00pm —
||The Big 5: Five Tasks You Must Complete Each Time You Use Social Media for Business
A down and dirty guide to making the most of your…
Added by Rob Laughter on March 24, 2010 at 12:23am —
The events below represent a timeline and are spaced to scale. One line break equals around 500 years. You might have to scroll a little bit.
> Humans have been bartering with one another for 100,000… Read More
Added by Rob Laughter on February 22, 2010 at 8:30pm —
Have you ever seen a blog post consisting of 2,000 words of text, all lumped together with absolutely no formatting to break… Read More
Added by Rob Laughter on February 16, 2010 at 11:18am —
From my 'Daily OJ' blog...
“This year I will not allow lack of money, or resources be an excuse for not accomplishing what I set out to do…”
Make this your mantra for 2010. If you want it bad enough, find a way. Start asking “how can I?” You will be amazed at how “the ways” will appear!
What other excuses can you not allow to get in your way this year?
For more Daily OJ and other posts on creating a better… Read More
Added by Heather O'Sullivan (HeatherO) on January 5, 2010 at 7:02am —
Here are some ideas worth exploring:
• Can you rename e-mails that have been sent to you? If so, rename any e-mail that has a subject line that doesn’t tell you something about the content of the e-mail.
• Can you set up filters? If so, consider filtering e-mails from certain sources into specific folders. You may already be doing this for spam. It can be done for other e-mail as well. For example, electronic newsletters can go directly to a Newsletter folder. You can read them during… Read More
Added by Janice, Productivity Strategist on June 18, 2009 at 1:42pm —