Having A Chat With A Leasing Specialist

Its been sometime that we have done an interview here in MiddleMe, so I jumped at the opportunity to have a conversation with a leasing specialist, Anne Beaudry.

Swallowing Criticism With Pride

It is not easy to graciously accept constructive criticism. Many people struggle with receiving feedback even it’s completely accurate. For some as soon as the words critique are mentioned, their minds begin to race searching for an explanation for the seeming assault on their person. And they look for an angry reply to rationalize their…

Guest Post: “Are You The Professor?”

I love exploring new blogs especially when the reader is a newly subscriber of MiddleMe. I stumbled upon Mark’s website and found myself reading post after post. His stories are genuine and real, something I can truly relate with. Here is one of his post and I hope that you enjoyed it as much as…

A Word of Advice: Scamming Company

Hi Kally, I have been a silent follower of yours since last year and I always admire how well you provide your advice to others. Now let me throw you a curveball on the territory that you are familiar with. I’ve been in the real estate as a sales manager for 7 years and I…

The Day You Cried Wolf

Do you know the story on the boy who cried wolf? Etymology: from the children’s story “The Boy Who Cried Wolf,” in which a boy who was watching some sheep called for help when there was no wolf (wild animal) attacking them and then got no help when a wolf did attack the sheep because…

How To Run Your Business Like A Boss

Being a boss is no easy task – when you leave your job to begin running a start up, there are more things you have to consider than simply your financial situation. If you’ve never run a company before,  there are a lot of things that you need to learn. Here are some basics to…

Guest Post: Emotional Intelligence – the key to success at work

Emotional Intelligence  Most people in the world are controlled by their emotions; the good news is that emotional intelligence can be learned, developed and improved upon. Emotional intelligence (EI) is about making sense of your own emotions, and learning to use this powerful insight to your advantage. Many people struggle with low emotional intelligence and this…