Weekly Recap, April 3, 2016

  • Monday: Read in Marcus Buckingham and Donald O. Clifton's best-selling book, Now, Discover Your Strengths that it's more productive to put time and effort into developing existing talents and strengths than it is to focus of correcting weaknesses.  

  • Tuesday: Keep in mind a reduction in unreimbursed operating expenses when preparing a compelling value proposition to the landlord.  

  • Wednesday: Ways to overcome a common objection like, "Our building is older, so you'd expect it to be less efficient."

  • Thursday: Ways to overcome another common objection like, "We're too busy with other improvements right now." 
  • Friday: How there's a strong correlation between energy efficiency and tenant retention. 

  • Saturday: Read this Entrepreneur article on, "The Most Important 20 Minutes of the Day."

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