Respect, Patience, Kindness

At first glance at the title, you may think this blog message is related to the current political climate. Although I am sure some of these thoughts and opinions are relevant to that, my focus today is on our communities and inter-personal relations with...

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Measuring Success

Wealth, job title, and happiness are some of the most common measures of success. It’s important to measure success the right way because it informs how you spend your time and effort. If you don’t measure success in terms of what’s truly important to you,...

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Saying Goodbye to a Client.

Saying Goodbye   We’ve all had them: that one client that makes you question if you still love doing what you do as a professional. They’re paying for your expertise, but they don’t listen. They don’t value your time, they’re late...

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Work Life Balancing is Not a New Olympic Sport

Not long ago, I was doing research on the correct way to ease out of fairly long career and look in to travelling and spending more time with my four wonderful grandkids. One of my first stops was the obligatory to learn more about Social Security...

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There’s a Storm a’coming!

It is never too early for Florida communities to plan for natural disasters with the priority focused on  minimizing the impact that a storm could have on Association property during a storm. Preparedness is an on-going, year round process to mitigate the...

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Setting Yourself Apart as a Community Association Manager

One question that I get asked very often is “What sets Florida CAM Courses apart from other CAM education providers?” At first glance, I think the answer is simple…. Passion. But, when I begin to drill down on our company and the fantastic commitment of...

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5 Ways to Get Involved in your Community

Recently I attended a Community Association Institute (CAI) legislative conference. The overwhelming message that I came away with was that everyone involved in Common Interest communities needs to get involved and become part of the solution. Nationally...

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The Migration of the Snowbird

It is estimated that about one million snowbirds spend time in Florida each year, making a tremendous positive financial impact on local economies. Shops, restaurants, service businesses, and doctors’ offices and pharmacies benefit greatly from the patronage...

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