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How to Scale Your Business and Succeed

Sep 17, 2014 in Business/Finance . 0 Comment

How to Scale Your Business and Succeed

Making your business grow is a challenge second only to starting a new business. Business growth is essential, but it can be a hazard as well. If it grows too quickly, you can suffer negative consequences. What does it truly mean to scale your business for success? It’s essential to answer this question both for yourself and for any potential investors.

What Does It Mean?

Scale is a term that is used frequently in business in reference to various contexts of growth. For example, if you’re operating at scale, it means that you are fully optimizing all of your current resources in order to get the best possible results. Another way to look at it is whether or not the business scales. Companies that scale are able to increase revenue without increasing operating costs. For some companies, this type of growth simply isn’t possible. If there are fixed costs involved and the operating costs increase by the same amount as the revenue, the company does not scale. For others, certain types of marketing tools can be used to help scale the business. 

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Tips for Downsizing Your Empty Nest

Sep 15, 2014 in Homeowner . 0 Comment

Tips for Downsizing Your Empty Nest

With the kids in college or out on their own, many homeowners are looking to downsize in order to save money on home maintenance. If you’re looking to simplify your lifestyle now that you’ve got an empty nest, you should be aware that streamlining decades of family life doesn’t always come easy. Follow these tips to facilitate the process.

Prioritize

Make a list of things that you absolutely can’t live without. Maybe you want to keep your Great-Grandma’s rocking chair, but couldn’t care less about the extra set of mixing bowls your neighbor down the street gave you 10 years ago. If it doesn’t make the list, chances are it wasn’t that important to you anyway.

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Study Shows More Small Businesses Using Chromebooks

Sep 12, 2014 in Tech . 0 Comment

Study Shows More Small Businesses Using Chromebooks

More and more businesses today are turning to Chromebooks to meet their computing needs. New research from Gartner, a leading technology research company, reveals that Chromebook usage is on the rise in a number of industries. 

An Introduction to Chromebooks

For those who may be unfamiliar with the term, a Chromebook is a mobile computing device that runs Google’s Chrome OS. It comes with a small amount of local storage capacity, but the primary storage is cloud-based. The Chromebook is completely reliant upon the Chrome web store. All applications are accessed or downloaded from there. The specifications of each device may vary, but local storage capacity goes up to 32GB. It uses mostly solid-state drives.

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Easy Fall Getaways

Sep 10, 2014 in Lifestyle . 0 Comment

Easy Fall Getaways

With the children back in school, finding time to escape is not an easy task. Why not remove the stress and keep it simple? When looking for a getaway, embracing the fall setting or taking a less involved vacation is a fabulous way to open up new possibilities for travel.

Have It All in Fall

There are plenty of ways to get on board with the changing of the seasons. The turning of the leaves allows for a great opportunity to experience the beauty of nature. Drive instead of spending time at the airport. Look for places close to your home town. When you’re planning your getaway, consider the scenic route. It’s more likely to show off the changing of leaves if you live in an area that gets to enjoy this aspect of fall.

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Beautiful Landscaping for Fall and Winter

Sep 08, 2014 in Homeowner . 0 Comment

Beautiful Landscaping for Fall and Winter

Autumn’s crispness and winter’s chill are nearly upon us. With garden blossoms giving way to bare branches and dying annual plants, how do you keep your landscape from looking bleak during the cooler months? The answer lies in the choice of specific design elements and plants that are hardy and ideal for cold weather.

Fall Flowers

Late-blooming flowers add a punch of color and enliven a fading landscape. Try these flowers to add a bit of brightness to the waning daylight:

-Chrysanthemums are a favorite fall flower because of their late-season blossoms and bright colors. They are hardy and inexpensive, and come in several hues of bronze, yellow, burgundy, pink, purple, and white.

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The Glazer Team

Regency Real Estate Brokers, Inc.

25950 Acero Street, Suite 100
Mission Viejo, CA 92691

Nicole Glazer McKee

Nicole Glazer McKee
Mobile: (949) 636-3659
Office: (949) 589-9799
Email: nicole@theglazerteam.com
Website: www.theglazerteam.com
CalBRE #: 01228692

Susan Glazer

Susan Glazer
Office: (949) 589-0808
Mobile: (949) 636-3660
Email: susanglazer@cox.net
Website: www.theglazerteam.com
CalBRE #: 01124165

Jennae Wilsey

Jennae Wilsey
Direct: (949) 709-5422
Email: jennae@cox.net
Website: www.theglazerteam.com
CalBRE #: 01794045

Valerie Goodman

Valerie Goodman
Mobile: (949) 683-6200
Office: (949) 707-4494
Email: valerie@theglazerteam.com
Website: www.theglazerteam.com
CalBRE #: 01907759