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Introducing Central PA Real Estate Expert - Ashley Brunner

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Entrepreneurs have to live someplace.  Unfortnately, we're all so busy that we leave the details to buying and selling homes to the last minute and end up having to pay more when all that we would have needed was a little advanced planning.  

Ashley will be a regular on our show to come and share tips on the financial management of our most signficant asset. our home.  Also, the majority of us are either self employed or work for small companies.  That means that we don't always have the buffer of being able to manage our time.  We're busy making things happen.

On Monday's program we will be talking to Ashley Brunner of Coldwell Banker in Lancaster.  We'll be discussing trends in the Real Estate market in Central Pa.  Ashley, an expert in marketing homes will be sharing with us what we need to be thinking about as we a approach the Spring. 

We'll also be talking about our new book coming up called "Taking Your Talents to Main Street" (TYTTMS).  This is the opportunity for college students, middle marketers and aspiring consultants to do something real in the world of small business.  There is no better time than now to get involved and to really learn what it takes to build a business. 

TYTTMS is the basis for a movement to help small businesses to do what they're capable of, but providing them the talent that they need to become world class companies and compete with big players coming into the marketplace.  Intern-Apprentices are shown how to work with small businesses, learn what makes them work and then to apply the tools (technical and strategic) to help them to grow.

Typically, companies would need to hire a consultant to do this kind of work.  However, this series of lessons will allow them to hire at no cost, while using the residual profits to compensate the Intern-Apprentice.