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Think Inside The Box

Posted on 02/20/2012

Over and over we hear the line “Think outside the box”.

Today I am asking you stop and think about things inside the box.

Is it time to put your marketing strategy in a box?

http://blogbarefoot.com/maybe-we-should-be-in-the-box-after-all

 

Commercial Property, Medical Offices for sale, Gap PA

Posted on 01/05/2012

 

County Line Medical Center5275 Lincoln Hwy, Gap, PA 17527

Shepherd Real Estate LLC David Miller

(717) 951-0201

5275 Lincoln Hwy, Gap, PA 17527
Office Property For Sale
5275 Lincoln Hwy, Gap, PA 17527
Price: $2,595,000
Building Size: 12,726 SF
Price/SF: $203.91
Property Type: Office
Property Sub-type: Medical Office
Additional Sub-types: Retail (Other)
Property Use Type: Net Lease Investment with 3 years left on lease
Commission Split: 2.5%
Cap Rate: 8%
Occupancy: 100%
No. Stories: 1
Building Class: B
Tenancy: Multiple
Lot Size: 2.10 AC
Tax ID / APN #: 5603214800000
Parking Ratio: 50 / 1,000 SF
Last Verified 1/5/2012
Listing ID 17473352
Map of 5275 Lincoln Hwy, Gap, PA 17527 (Lancaster County)
Find out more about 5275 Lincoln Hwy, Gap
Description
A well maintained medical office building with a solid lease in place. This property will continue to improve cash flow as the lease has 3% yearly increases. It is diversified nicely LGH, a dentist and a pharmacy.
It is a great investment property.
In Gap PA on Rt 30′s high traffice count. It provides easy on and off of Rt 30. Rt 41 and Rt 772 are only a 1/4 mile away
Shepherd Real Estate LLC

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2011 in review

Posted on 12/31/2011

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 3,700 times in 2011. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 3 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

Resolution Time – What’s the Difference Between a Goal and a Dream?

Posted on 12/30/2011

by Dave Miller

It’s time for the age old tradition of making your New Year’s resolution. Do you really think it’s going to be different this year? Well it can be if you think about what you are doing.

What is a resolution?

It’s basically a decision, stating the solution. So if the resolution is merely the decision to state the solution then we need to look at the solution. We state what we want  to be. This brings us to the area of goals and dreams.

Goals vs. Dreams

Dreams are fantasy that we would love but realistically will never have unless God drops them into your lap. They tend to be unfocused and non-specific. To turn a dream into a goal you must on decide on a few things – how much, and by when, etc.

Goals are realistic and achievable. Goals are specific. Here is a list of values present in goals but absent in dreams:

  1. Goals are attainable
  2. They have a timeline
  3. You can break them into action steps
  4. They are specific

Turning Dreams into Goals.

A dream is a goal without legs. It is a wonderful thing to have, can be the guiding passion of your life, but unless you clarify it and give it the legs to move toward you, getting there is going to be very much a matter of luck.

To convert a dream into a goal you must make it tangible, provide the details, make it so clear that you can see it, feel it, know what you will feel like when you get there. Review the checklist.

Say it, Publicize it, Write it Down

Write down your goals to make you really concentrate rather than it being just a passing thought. Say it out loud. Say it to a friend. Get a mentor or accountability partner.

Post it on facebook.

I’m not joking. It works. After Matt Lapp posted on facebook that he is doing the Tough Mudder I brooded about it for a while. Then I signed up, and though I still could have hidden it from other people, instead I posted it on facebook. Now there is no backing out without public humiliation. Now that’s motivation. After talking to Matt he affirmed what I just stated saying he knew too that by posting it he would be held accountable.

Some people are not comfortable publicizing something. If that’s the case then skip facebook but make sure you have some other method of accountability. And remember, the more public it is the more motivation you have.

Action

You can do all you want but action is the key. And not just doing as little as possible to meet the quota. It takes hustle. You really need to put your heart into it or it will be a faded thought before the second week of January.

Make action steps. Things to be done this year and break it done to things to be done this month. Break down the weeks. Finally make a daily list.

Conclusion

So, am I going to make a New Year’s resolution? You bet I am. I’m going to get fit enough to run that Though Mudder. Will I stop with that resolution? No, I have a list of goals (some are a work in progress) that I’m working towards. Right now I’m breaking those goals down to what I need to accomplish by Jan 13th and also Jan 31st.

Bring on the New Year!

Related Posts:
The Transition  – Master Plan, part one
Stupid Excuses to Avoid Action, Master Plan, part two

Officer Bruch Says, “Don’t Talk To The Police”.

Posted on 12/29/2011

by Dave Miller

This is in response to the video yesterday of the fast talking attorney telling you to plead the fifth. He tells the classroom to tell all their clients to keep their mouths shut, to plead the fifth. Then half way through the class he turns it over to Officer Bruch for his rebuttal.

Officer Bruch makes the case that he is smarter and better trained than you. He is a professional with all the trick of the trade under his hat. He will win if you talk. Therefore plead the fifth, even if you are innocent.

Officer Bruch’s response. Click here.

If you don’t have the time to hear Officer Bruch out then at least watch this (short clip).