So, I went o see Styx at the Morristown Community Theater last Friday night. I have to confess…was never a big Styx fan and I am clearly a Tommy Shaw Styx guy and not Dennis DeYoung. Renegade vs. Babe. No contest. So I was pleasantly surprised that they looked and sounded great. Small venue, Tommy [...]
Trust in an organization starts at the top. Our CEO, Jim Gillespie, is one of the most admired and trusted executives today because of the way he carries himself everyday in business. We were founded by Colbert Coldwell in 1906 in the aftermath of the great San Francisco earthquake because he was tired of seeing [...]
I hope everyone is enjoying the summer and hopefully taking some vacation time. I have to admit that I haven’t had much free time this summer, but have had a few great weekends with family, friends and most importantly our grandchildren! One thing that has been tough this summer has been the disappointing news that [...]
As I noted last week, everyone loves top 10 lists, and ForbesWoman recently ranked the best cities for working mothers. While I obviously don’t fall into that category, I know it is relevant for many of you.
To calculate the ranking, Forbes started with the 50 largest cities and looked at a variety of factors, such as income for women, unemployment rates, the cost of living, healthcare, the quality of schools, childcare, crime and parks.
I know in my heart that the real estate business will always be a combination of solid marketing efforts AND a one-on-one , relationship business. It will never to get the point where the marketing and sales geeks like myself take it over 100% by dazzling consumers with great, emotionally compelling advertising, creating wonderfully engaging [...]
Fact: There are almost 7 billion people in the world and more than 300 million of them live in the United States. Fact: People live in houses. Now…I’m no mathematician but that’s a whole lot of houses. What I do know is that it is essentially impossible (and illegal?) for one company to own 100% [...]