Quarrel Seems Inevitavle, Think Big by [idopedia]

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Successfully resist the temptation to argue and quarrel by:

  1. Asking yourself, “Honestly now, is this thing really important enough to atgue about?”
  2. Reminding yourself, you never gain anything from an argument but you always lose something.
  3. Think Bin Enough to see that quarrels, arguments, feuds, and fusses will never help you get where you want to go.

Property Manager

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property managers are hired to handle the operations and administration of property rentals for an owner their work, among many tasks, includes marketing rentals and finding renters, ensuring rental rates are competitive while covering taxes and over head and complying with rental law.

What is a Property Manager?

Property managers are people that specialize in ensuring a rental is being operated according to the guidance give by the goals be financial or based on providing attractive living conditions or both.

The manager makes responsible tenants occupy the property, Payment are received on time, budgets are followed, and the rental is maintained properly.

Here are two things to do to help you avoid the costly mistake of waiting until conditions are perfect before you act.

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  1. Expect future obstacles and difficulties. E very venture presents risks, problems, and uncertainties. Let’s suppose you wanted to drive your car from Chicago to Los Angeles, but you insisted on waiting until you had absolute assurance that there would be no detours, no motor trouble, no bad weather, no drunken drivers, no risk of any kind. When would you start? Never! In planning your trip to Los Angeles it makes sense to map your route, check your car, in other ways to eliminate as much risk as possible you start. But you can’t eliminate all risks.
  2. Meet problems and obstacles as they arise. The test of a successful person is not the ability to eliminate all problems before he takes action, but rather the ability to find solutions to difficulties when he encounters them. In business, marriage, or in any activity, cross bridges when you come to them.

Wear the shoes of a supervisor for a few moments and ask yourself which person you would recommend for a raise or a promotion:

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  1. The secretary who, when the executive is out of the office, spends her time reading magazines or the secretary who uses such time to do the many little things that help the executive to accomplish more when he returns?
  2. The employee who says, “Oh well, I can always get another job. If they don’t like the way I do my work, I’ll just quit” or the employee who views criticism constructively and sincerely tries to do higher-quality work?
  3. The salesman who tells a customer, “Oh, I just do what they tell me to do . They said come out and see if you need anything” or the salesman who says, “Mr. Brown, I’m here to help you?
  4. The foreman who says to an employee, “To tell you the truth, I don’t like my job much. Those guys up top give me a pain in the neck. I don’t know what they’re talking about half the time” or the supervisor who says, “You’ve got to expect some unpleasantness on any job. But let me assure you, the men in the front office are on the ball. They’ll do right by us”?

When That “I-Haven’t-Got-What-It-Takes”Feeling Creeps Up You,Think Big

Remember: if you think you are weak, you are. If you think you’re inadequate, you are. If you think you’re second-class, you are.

Whip that natural tendency to sell yourself short with these tools:

  1. Look important. It helps you think important. How you look on the outside has a lot to do with how you feel on the inside.
  2. Concentrate on your assets. Build a sell-yourself-to-yourself commercial and use it. Learn to supercharge yourself. Know your positive self.
  3. Put other people in proper perspective. The other person is just another human being, so why be afraid of him?
  4. Think Big Enough to see how good you really are!

When You Feel Your Progress On The Job Is Slowing Down, Think Big

No matter what you do and regardless of your occupation, higher status, higher pay come from one thing:increasing the quality and quantity of your output. Do this:

Think, “I can do better.” The best is not unattainable. There is room for doing everything better. Nothing in this world is being done as well as it could be. And when you think, “I can do better.” ways to do better will appear. Thinking “I can do better” switches on your creative power.

Think Big Enough to see that if you put service first, money takes care of itself. In the words of Publish shore: A wise man will be master of his mind, A fool will be its slave.

Think big

Because of these errors many people sell themselves short. They fail to tackle challenging situations because it “takes a brain.” But along comes the fellow who isn’t concerned about intelligence, and gets the job.