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Networking Like a Pro

By Taylor Jasper on Aug 13, 2018 4:55:00 AM

The websites we once used strictly for sharing pictures of family and tending to virtual farms has changed considerably within the last few years. More businesses and business professionals are now making their social media accounts and extension of their resume, resulting in a process called "networking." Networking is an important tool to have in your toolbelt in order to grow your professional contacts and strengthen your center's business. Online networking is very important, but it's important to remember to stay active in offline situations as well!

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Freedom From Frustration

By Taylor Jasper on Jul 24, 2018 1:59:00 AM

In the words of Dale Carnegie, famed author of How to Win Friends and Influence People, "Our fatigue is often caused not by work, but by worry, frustration and resentment."

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Are Emojis Changing the Face of Parent Interaction?

By Taylor Jasper on Jul 17, 2018 3:29:00 AM

Emojis: Hate them or love them, they're here to stay. In the last five years, emojis have infiltrated every aspect of our personal lives and, now, they're beginning to creep into our professional lives.

Topics: Education
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Freedom From Paperwork

By Taylor Jasper on Jul 10, 2018 3:33:00 AM

I used to work with a woman named Debbie. She was one of the nicest people I’ve ever worked with. She always had a smile on her face and was willing to help.

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Freedom From Empty Seats

By Taylor Jasper on Jul 3, 2018 3:40:00 AM

When it comes to enrollment within your daycare or childcare center, not much is worse than looking into a classroom and seeing empty seats and cubbies. Strictly talking average enrollment costs, one empty seat results in $10,000 in lost revenue every year.

Topics: Education
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How to Set Goals the SMART Way

By Taylor Jasper on May 4, 2018 5:31:00 AM

As we enter the summer months, odds are that most of us have broken our New Year’s resolutions. According to a study by Reuters, most people do not stick to their New Year’s goals. Whether it be to get more organized, grow enrollment rates or declutter the supply closet, there is a good chance that things became busy and other items took priority.

Topics: Education