Strategy is the key to success! But, if you're like me, strategizing is a little like performing open heart surgery in outer space--it's impossible! Here are a few tips and tricks to nailing down different strategies to make your life and job easier. From powering through terrible, tedious tasks, to handling common HOA complaints, and even bolstering your education, this week's CAM Mashup is here to help!
As an educated member of the Community Association Management industry, you already know how crucial it is to stay informed and up-to-date on the latest news, trends and happenings within the industry. Each week, we bring together our favorite reads of the week and share them with you! Enjoy the CAM Mash Up and please share it too!
How to Get Through Things You Hate
"Have you ever had something on your to-do list that you justreally didn’t want to do? If your answer is “yes,” it’s OK. Because I’vedefinitelyhad those moments ... But here’s the thing. I have to do them. I can’t just keep pretending they don’t exist. And I’m betting that you can’t do that, either. So, I’m here to save your day. Whenever I have to do something that I really,really, don’t want to, I repeat these two mantras."
Adding "No" to Your Strategy
You can't be afraid to say "no" every once in a while. Saying "yes" gives instant gratification to the asker, but leaves you with a plate that's overflowing, half-baked projects being left to sit and fail, and a lot more that fall through the cracks.
CAMfire is right around the corner and we are so excited! If you haven't gotten your tickets yet, there's still time (and a sweet discount code going on!) and we know you don't want to miss out. From our extensive list of educational classes, to our invigorating keynote speakers, and our delightful 50's sock hop dinner, here are five reasons you need to be at CAMfire!
Go Into Your Next Board Meeting With a Plan
"It’s a new year, and that means a new round of board meetings. Since theDavis-Stirling act requires that HOA board meetings take place, you might as well take part in achieving the best and most successful meeting possible.