APTly Spoken Blog

  • Who Needs a Stairclimber When You Live On the Third Floor?

    They say getting dressed for your workout is half the battle. Half the battle for me, more specifically, is making the decision to resist watching nine YouTube videos of my latest Hollywood obsession—Anna Kendrick from “Pitch Perfect” at the moment—put the bag of croutons down (I eat them like chips) and sort through my dirty pile of laundry for a pair of running shorts. My apartment community...
  • To Catch a Liar

    My parents had it easy—a fact I like to remind them of as often as possible. You see, my brother and I were not your typical adolescents. We didn’t drink, we didn’t skip class, we didn’t go around town wreaking havoc upon unsuspecting elderly neighbors. In fact, it’s safe to say we were the world’s best—and, according our more popular peers, boring—teenagers. Thus, having a fake ID never even...
  • CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE: Scrap The Sales Script!

    Before the “Value Meal” I can remember this irritating question, “Would you like fries with that?” echoing through the outside speaker as I would drive through my neighborhood McDonalds. I am confident the person who asked didn’t really care if I ordered fries or not—it was not sincere—it was scripted.   Two recent studies released by the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business...
  • When a Move is More Than a Move In

    This month, our Education Team has been focusing on tools, tips and data surrounding move-ins. While there are certain times of year where move-ins are more common, they occur year-round at typically every community. Because they are such a common part of what we do every day, it is easy to take for granted that all staff know what to do, when to do it and how to do it.   However, as property...

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