Here is the link to a recent podcast interview we did with our colleague, Pat Deering, Franchise Specialist at
After reading some random blog posts this morning, I am reminded of
“Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.”
Abraham Lincoln 16th president of US (1809 – 1865)
Always Best Care continues to expand across the country, in Florida, and around Tampa Bay. Ask, today, how you can become part of an established company in a growing industry supported by astonishing demographics – not to mention outstanding local support and award-winning marketing!! Opportunities exist in your area!
“If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things.”
― Albert Einstein
Helping our new owners with their strategic plans for 2015, and couldn’t resist adding the Yogi quote to the much loftier one from Thoreau!
“If you don’t know where you are going,
you’ll end up someplace else.”
― Yogi Berra
By Lynne Strang, Late Blooming Entrepreneurs
If you’re someone who doesn’t like schmoozing at cocktail parties to make business contacts, listen up. Bob Littell has a method for meeting other professionals that may suit your style.
Twelve years ago, Littell, principal of Atlanta, Georgia-based Littell Consulting Services, Inc., came up with a concept he calls “NetWeaving.” It’s a “Golden Rule,” or “Pay It Forward,” form of networking, where people focus on putting others’ needs first.
What Goes Around, Comes Around
Here’s how it works: You have two contacts who you think would benefit from meeting each other. Through a virtual or some other type of introduction, you help them exchange bios and arrange to meet in person. When the two parties get together, synergy occurs and a new partnership forms, or they find other ways to help each other. They follow up with you later, to let you know the outcome of the meeting.
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What are the greatest rewards that come from starting a business when you’re older? In this article from The Globe and Mail, writer Stacey Stein asked five Canadian “boomerpreneurs” about various aspects of business ownership, including what’s made it all worthwhile. Here’s what they had to say:
Dean Shaver, 58 — Founder and CEO of Canadian Safety Inspections, Inc., which performs safety audits for the oil and gas industry, mining companies and other businesses concerned about workplace safety. Greatest reward: His employees, who are “a huge source of pride.”
Corrine McIsaac, 51 — President and Founder of Health Outcomes Worldwide, which offers consultation services, data analytics and a software application for healthcare professionals (Corrine is a nurse by training). Greatest reward: “We’re helping people get better every day. And that keeps you going every day.”
Glenn Cox, 50 — Founder and president of Zengo Innovations Inc., which sells the RuptureSeal (a product he invented). Greatest reward: Being able to do something he loves.
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