we had a nice office for ourselves in the front building but we had too much space. We still have too much space. Not to fear, we began renting offices in the back to individuals and small companies and have been quite successful in doing so.
We would swim until the whistle blew, then get out and play basketball until we were good and hot, and then return and cool off in the pool. It was just about as good as it could get for a teenage boy and his friends.
We are really happy with our vision statement and core values with because we feel it is very authentic and helps tell the story of our firm.
I really enjoy the podcasts that I subscribe to, and you may enjoy trying out one of these podcasts too. My interests, of course, include real estate, architecture, the economy, as well as offbeat humor.
PLACE Designers will loan a portion of the design fees to enable a client to use our services.
The consultant may work closely with the client representative to meet all the requirements conveyed to them by the representative, only to find that the client (who is cutting the check) is not satisfied.
at Goldsmith Hall we had the "Pigeon Wars." All the buildings on the West Mall were inundated with pigeons and for students that liked to have their windows open they were always having to fend off pigeons on the window sills. Various spiky objects were tried with varying success. Occasional haz-mat crews would descend on the building for a general cleanup of pigeon droppings.
I had slacked off my junior and senior year as I was focused on my job and had a severe case of senioritis. I was still taking challenging courses, but getting "B's" for the most part. Graduating in the top 10% became seriously in doubt.
Keeping a running list of tasks can be liberating because it relieves the stress of trying to remember all the important things there are to do. An item written down on the list is an item that will not be forgotten. Write down the things you need to remember and clear your brain. Then put them in order
challenges arise weekly if not daily, and someone has to address those "opportunities." Truly they are opportunities, because the way those are handled will determine the ultimate fate of the business. Our clients also run businesses, and they face challenges.