Owner Media Group, Inc. consists of CEO, Chris Brogan and President Rob Hatch.
Many online blog-type folks know Chris Brogan -- he's been blogging, talking about the internet, business and how to be successful in better, often simpler ways.
Rob Hatch is Brogan's yin (or yang -- not sure who is who) in the Owner Media business model. The point is, these two are well-respected and have proven that their information and courses are of value far beyond their selling price.
Hatch is the author behind one of Owner Media's best selling courses, Work Like You're On Vacation (affiliate link).
Hatch and Brogan's years of making mistakes about what to focus on each work day allowed them to develop this course of a better approach.
To reach one's goals and success, Hatch and Brogan figured out a methodology that helps put success in one's way by utilizing simple systems to improve organization, prioritization and better decision making leading to increased and intentional productivity.
Now more than ever, we're always on, interrupted by others' agendas everywhere we go at work or otherwise. It's no wonder people are overwhelmed and scattered in regard to where their focus should be to best move the needle on their/the company's goals.
If you're looking for a different approach to deal with the overwhelm and increase your ability to get the work done that matters, then you may want to check out Work Like You're On Vacation.
Posted by: Nick Venturella
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Do you remember the cult-classic movie, Swingers, with Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau, circa 1996?
Favreau plays a character named Mike who is an actor from New York who moved to Los Angeles for his career, but Mike is suffering through a recent break-up. Trent (Vaughn), Mike’s new actor friend in LA wants to cheer Mike up with a Vegas trip.
And the adventure and mishaps ensue...
Among the funny dialog and one-liners, Trent is trying to get Mike to see the positives and opportunities that are ahead of him.
In real estate it's also important to stay positive about what's ahead. Selling your home and looking for a new one is often a bittersweet process as you go from the comfortability of the past to the unknown of what your search will bring.
If you’re in the Vegas-area you don’t have to take that path alone. Victor Gismondi, Real Estate Advisor (REALTOR) with Urban Nest Realty in Las Vegas, can help you locate the right place to call home.
His site bestvegashomes.com provides a valuable tool for both buyers and sellers:
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Who do you call when you need home repair or remodeling? Likely, a contractor in your local area.
However, you may not know which contractors to reach out to for a quote. As a result, you have first spend time researching which local contractors you feel comfortable contacting to get a quote.
Unless you’re knowledgeable about what goes into the cost of such projects you may be left wondering if the contractor you contact is offering a fair price or taking advantage of you.
Often you determine your need for home repair or remodel project of some sort, you examine your own finances and budget what you think you can afford then research local contractors, and contact them for an estimate to make a final decision to move forward on the project or not.
Easy Simple Fast Service (ESFS) can help shave some time and effort off of that process.
ESFS is a website that puts a network of contractors at your fingertips. ESFS has 70,000 approved service professionals waiting to receive your request for a quotation.
You submit a form on ESFS site and it’s sent to approved professionals and contractors in your local area. Those contractors then work hard to secure your business by offering you the best possible service at the lowest possible cost.
Use the simple ESFS quote forms to obtain estimates for everything from home repair and additions to interior design and cleaning; from roofing and construction to electrical work and carpentry. Simply select the link from the ESFS website that best describes your project, fill out the quick form and you will receive quotes from approved service providers in your area. It's completely free and there is no obligation to use any of the contractors who quote.
Now that’s a better way to find a contractor.
Posted by Nick Venturella
Services within the funeral industry don’t often get highlighted much in entrepreneurial business blogs, but the truth is such services are necessary.
Unless you know before you need such a service where to find one and what qualities to look for, the decision can be made more difficult in the midst of a loss.
Death and loss is always a sensitive topic and to mix it with business and capitalism seems juxtaposed, but commerce can be compassionate. More often than not, it is required to be.
As a loved one passes it is often hard to make decisions about what the order-of-service cards should look like or say. That’s why Infinity Funeral Stationery strives to make the process straight-forward and easy.
Infinity Funeral Stationery develops printed order-of-service, funeral announcement and thank you cards.
Infinity Funeral Stationery uses quality paper products, and will create your order-of-service card from an existing style template if you choose, yet personalized with your text and photos.
Often a company like Infinity isn’t top of mind until someone passes, but it’s helpful to know where to turn when the need arises.
Posted by Nick Venturella
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