Thursday, April 3, 2014
I once spent 10 hours watching an “America’s Next Top Model” marathon on TV. I don’t even particularly like the show, yet I devoted the time it takes some women to give birth to such an endeavor.
Binge-watching TV shows is one of my vices. I just find something so deeply satisfying about watching episode after episode without waiting until the following week. Conversely, I seem to find necessary...
Thursday, January 9, 2014
When the dog bites—lawsuit! When the bee stings—grab the Epipen! When I’m feeling sad—Carrie Underwood playing Maria von Trapp. I simply remember my favorite things—you go, Julie Andrews—and then I don’t feel so bad.
In addition to the original—correction: only—Sound of Music, units Magazine has a few more favorite (and not so favorite) things as we head into the new year. Yes, ladies and...
Monday, July 22, 2013
Hearing Sir Richard Branson’s take on innovation, watching the audience sit entranced as Janice Driver drew on her law enforcement background to present ways to better communicate, the opening night Rock the Block party and close to 200 veterans who took part in our first NAAEI Military Career Fair – those are just a few of the items that make up my own top 10 list from last month’s NAA Education...
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Experts on the 2013 NAA revenue management panel, held in San Diego on June 20 provided an illuminative discussion on the strategy and best practices for implementing a revenue management system that your staff can utilize to help your business thrive.
Dhar Sawh, the panel’s moderator from Yardi, allowed up front that implementing revenue management systems can be disruptive. When you implement...