REVIEW: Snapshots from Hell: The Making of an MBA by Peter Robinson

“During his frantic first year at Stanford Business School, Peter Robinson kept a journal of his day-to-day impressions that became this book, the writing of which he came to see as a “simple act of decency, like going back to school.” last quiet bend in the river and nailing up a sign that says ‘Waterfall …

Why having a budget is the first step to getting out of debt

Many people constantly complain about being in debt, but when you ask them if they have a budget, if they know how much they owe, or when you suggest they cut back on spending, they either look at you as if you’re speaking a foreign language, or just refuse. I’m always amazed at this, how …

College Roommates Part II – Life After Dorms

College Roommates Part II – Life After Dorms Most freshmen entering the university live in dormitories for their first year. In my opinion, this is a wise decision and an excellent opportunity to experience new things. However, not all freshmen live in the dorms. Some move directly into apartments, condos, or houses. In College Roommates …

Mobile Home Park Management – Maintaining Your Property

In a previous article, we discussed the importance of choosing good tenants for your property. In this article, we address the appearance of your property. In the mobile home park business, your property is your business! You are renting spaces or mobile homes for rent, so keeping your property means you have a desirable product …