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 This blog prompted an interview with an exclusive magazine.

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Escape to Safety: What’s Your Plan B?

One of my first international clients lived just outside New York. (We’ll call him Joe). Joe was living the dream with a beautiful wife, great children, and a job as a high level executive at a network. Life was on track. Joe traveled a lot and explored exotic locations: Bali, Hawaii, the Caribbean and in the back of his mind he wondered if each destination would be the perfect place for his future. Plan A was moving right along as he anticipated, or so he thought.

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This article established our client as an expert.

Now’s the Time:  6 Ways to Move Forward with a Renovation or New Building

Now that you have spent so much time sequestered in your home, you probably have a pretty good idea of what works for you and what doesn’t. Perhaps your home features a beautiful office and other amenities where you “wouldn’t change a thing.” For many of us, that simply isn’t the case. Life may be returning to some semblance of normal but chances are for now and the foreseeable future, you’ll be spending

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 This blog promotes the services of our clients - inspiring others to join.

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How Sally Woods Transformed Her Architecture Career From Flushing To Flourishing

“I’m tired of redesigning toilets,” Sally Woods, founder of Unit 7 Architects tells Richard in their video interview above. Sally has been practicing architecture in New Zealand for over 10 years and she was tired of doing uninspiring, painful, crappy design projects. She certainly didn’t want to be known as the “Toilet Architect.” Would you want that title? 

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 This article was published in a prestigious magazine giving the client exposure leading to more clients.

Richard Dudzicki -     building a Passivhaus for his own family 

Inspired by my architect father, I developed an appreciation for design as a young boy on countless family holidays riding in a Citroen DS (father hated flying) around Europe exploring cathedrals. For me, revitalizing older buildings and saving the carbon footprint is more interesting than tearing down and starting fresh. There’s no reason to make London look war-torn with demolition rather than appreciating its history and building upon it to meet today’s living standards. 

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Create the Perfect Morning Routine for the Office

You’ve just arrived at the office and there’s already hustle and bustle.  As office manager – you need to focus and get everyone moving.  Here’s a few tips to create the perfect office morning routine.

Start the day before.  At the end of each workday; make a list of items you want to tackle in the morning.  Have this list ready on your desk for the following morning.  This way you’ll already know what you have planned.  Make sure you look at the next day’s calendar also so you’ll be aware of any events you need to prepare for.

What’s the true cost of employee turnover?

Nothing is permanent; it’s inevitable for people to leave an organization at some point in time.  But what’s the true cost of losing an employee?   What are the hidden costs when the worker decides to walk out the door of the company for the final time?  Let’s take a look at the real price of talent leaving your workforce.

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