The long-time industry veteran and consultant for Prime Retail Services on his days as a member of the Cincinnati Reds’ Big Red Machine, why the follow up is the most important part of the job, and who you should trust …
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The Director Of Business Development at The Beam Team on why every home office should have colored Sharpies, pacemakers, and the infinitive wisdom of Erma Bombeck.
The president of Marquis Projects and long-time commercial construction executive dishes on being a tomboy, dreaming of being Wonder Woman, and why Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra should be on your playlist.
The founder of State Permits on reinventing the way you do business today, fishing in Montana, and why Bob Marley and Winston Churchill would make great dinner guests.
When it comes to reducing the impact of natural disasters, mitigation improves safety, prevents property loss, and keeps disruption to a minimum, according to a report by the National Institute of Building Sciences.
The visionary and creative commercial construction executive on things to do during your unexpected free time, two shows you should binge watch now and why virtual happy hours are better than you think.
The longtime commercial construction executive and construction manager at Atticus Franchise group on connecting with his colleagues, what music keeps him moving and why The Hulk is a role model worth embracing.
Richard Hedreen purchased a three-quarter block, L-shaped parcel in Seattle’s downtown district in 1995, but his plans were not revealed until 2008. The developer wanted to construct a 51-story 500-foot hotel with meeting rooms, restaurants and convention space.
Your employees and vision are your greatest asset to the success of your company. Any employee you need working daily is what we call a high-stakes worker. You need these employees working to make your company successful, and they are …