When the Cheapest Deal isn’t Necessarily the Best Value Deal

I take extra caution at strongly advising my clients to pursue a purchase I’m offering because of it being the best deal. I can only guide them to see what the best value is for them given what we both agreed on as their parameters. Ultimately, it is their decision whether they will buy or not. And I understand that.

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Risking the Unusual, Letting go of the Ordinary

I have only recently began the business and had started booking hotels for family and friends already. And the best part is that I am also using this as a teachable platform for my children especially my 11th grader and college kid to learn front and center, at a minimum price, the different areas of running a fully operational business. The $69.95/month fixed cost I pay to maintain my booking engine is a bargain considering the numerous advantages I get from running my own business.

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TBH, a little LOL goes a long way

A section of people believes in sticking to traditional methods of educating our students. A “defiant” sector thinks that technology based learning is the way to further our kids to the 21st century. You can also find in the spectrum a portion of advocates who believe that we can benefit from both by creating a balance between the old and the future. The pressing question is how do we determine that balance?

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