Has anyone seen anything weird or interesting happening (bug wise) around your house or yard? Call us and we can help you slove all your issues. McGrath Pest Control. 281-469-8240
Added by Scott McGrath on August 29, 2009 at 8:52am —
Sugar, the market leading commercial open source CRM application, delivers a feature-rich set of business processes that enhance marketing effectiveness, drive sales performance, improve customer satisfaction and provide executive insight into business performance. Supported by flexible deployment options, Sugar is used by customers of all sizes, across a broad range of industries.
Flexible Deployment Options
Sugar CRM offers a number of deployment options,… Continue
Added by Eric Standlee on August 29, 2009 at 12:35am —
When we begin reading the word of God what we see and hear first is an introduction. When you are anticipating building relationships, it would help to know some simple steps on introduction; let's take a look at How God marketed Himself.
In the beginning God created the Heavens and the earth..Gen. 1
Point #1. You have to begin, others will not know who you are until you begin. You may have to say to yourself "It's a privelege for anyone to know me" and use that as… Continue
Added by Pernell Hill on August 28, 2009 at 11:33am —
Did you know that 5th grade is the new average for a girl to loose her virginity? If this is a concern to you please visit www.babygirlinc.ning.com and join a group of women that are helping girls love themselves. Or visit www.babygirlinc.org.
Added by Tameka White on August 27, 2009 at 1:30pm —
The Village meeting is only one week away! See you at Plonk Beer & Wine Bistro
1214 W. 43rd #100
Videos from The Village
Added by Leroy Gibbins on August 25, 2009 at 2:59pm —
Greater Area Katy Exchange Club
PO Box 5254
Katy, Texas 77491.5254
Katy Mayor Don Elder to Speak To Greater Katy Exchange Club
Katy Mayor Don Elder, Jr.
is the featured speaker
at the Greater Katy Exchange Club on Wednesday, September 2, 2009, 6:30 PM
at Vida Loca Mexican Bar and Grill.
Elder was raised on a rice farm and ranch in Katy and graduated… Continue
Added by Newell Cheatheam on August 25, 2009 at 2:00pm —
YOU ARE INVITED
InHouston-Katy Professional Networking Mixer Tuesday, Sept 8th
Business is happening in Katy and we are doing our part to make sure Katy and West Houston economy stays a shining star as Business Week listed it as the 2nd fastest growing area in the United States. “You are Invited to Attend and join InHouston-Katy.
Time: September 8, 2009 from 4pm to 8pm
Location: Vida Loca Mexican Bar and Grill,… Continue
Added by Newell Cheatheam on August 25, 2009 at 1:51pm —
Hello all! It is that time of year again and time to vote on panels that we'd like to see next year at SXSW. Please take some time to review our panel proposal. I would love your support and vote. Also, comments, suggestions and recommendations for panels I need to look out for and potentially vote on are strongly welcomed! Our panel for this year will concentrate on copyright and other legal issues related to the use of content online. Click here to learn more about our topic and sign up for… Continue
Added by Katherine Sunstrom on August 25, 2009 at 12:54pm —
A few months ago, I bought a rack of baby-back ribs from a local grocer. The very next day I cut in to that plastic package as I was practically drooling at the thought of bbq’d ribs. Much to my dismay, this horrid smell of spoiled meat came flooding over me and my desire for bbq’d ribs quickly turned to a desire to keep my breakfast down. As I sat and waited for my appetite to come back to me, I started thinking of how this type of thing happens. What I realized is that I was probably not the… Continue
Added by Eric Donaldson on August 25, 2009 at 9:00am —
September 19th I'm going to do something I've never done before. I'm going to ride my bike 64 miles in one day as part of the American Diabetes Association's Tour de Cure. This is a huge step for me since I've never gone even half that distance before. But participating in this ride is important to me, I am riding in memory of my dad which battled diabetes for many years before his passing and I will be a RED Rider. (Red Riders are the riders riding in the Tour de Cure who are living with… Continue
Added by Cyndi Gutowski on August 21, 2009 at 11:00pm —
I have a weekly blog on www.houstongrows.com Its called Pest Talk and it should keep me busy for the time being. I will have q & a, discuss the "in" bug and put different pictures up. check it out.
Added by Scott McGrath on August 21, 2009 at 6:26pm —
This week at JMS I explored the origin of the word “job”. I was not happy with what I found. The most consistent references point to a French root word “gobbet”. This translates into morsel or “piece”. Hence a “job” is a “piece” of work. It struck me that it also suggests a piece of our life.
So if we start with a “piece” (job), that doesn’t sound very fulfilling. For most people, the job never is. But then I started thinking about a progression. Ok, you get past a “job” and land a… Continue
Added by Doug Thorpe on August 20, 2009 at 8:18pm —
Join the InHouston League:
Click here to join the InHouston Fantasy Football League
You'll need password inhouston007
You have been invited to join firstname.lastname@example.org's custom league in Yahoo! Sports Fantasy Football, InHouston Fantasy Football.
In order to join the league, follow the link above or go to game front page, click the "Sign Up Now" or "Get Another Team" button and… Continue
Added by Eric Standlee on August 20, 2009 at 7:00pm —
Support Local Charities
More Clients/Customers for you
No cost to you
If you would like to participate you will get potential new clients from the charities listed at Charities Helping Charities
and as new charities offer the program you will get new clients from them as well.
IF you could use some FREE, no cost publicity please consider helping us raise funds for… Continue
Added by Houston Vetter on August 20, 2009 at 5:30pm —
Are You a Nurturing Networker?
What exactly is a nurturing networker, and why does being one matter?
If you are in business you probably think of networking as a necessary part of marketing. You find some groups of other business people, you go to their events, and you talk about your business. Your focus is primarily on you, your needs, your sales. If you can help someone else without too much effort, you probably will, but mostly you are trying to encourage others to… Continue
Added by Sara Blumenfeld on August 20, 2009 at 4:02pm —
The following is a highlight of the 08-19-09 program of the monthly BUSINESS OVER BREAKFAST by the Houston West Chamber of Commerce (www.hwcoc.org).
How F. A. T Are You?
How do you determine if you are F. A. T.?
• Ask others for their opinion
• Look in the mirror
• Self evaluation compared to what others think
What is your F. A. T. rating?
• 1 = Poor
• 5 = Average
• 10 = OUTSTANDING
Why is it… Continue
Added by Joe Stiles on August 20, 2009 at 10:20am —
I think that for candidates to get more interest in their resume, they have to consider reviewing the content and lay out.
Remember, with the increased unemployment figures, a job seeker has to stand out from the rest. Tailor your resume and cover letter for specific job opportunities. Get away from the "shot gun" approach to job searching. Avoid at all costs emailing the same resume to many different types of job postings hoping to get a response.
Remember also, the only… Continue
Added by Gerardine Mc Keon on August 20, 2009 at 10:14am —
I know this has been done before, possible to death, however I want to talk today about inexpensive ways to improve your energy efficiency both at home and around your office. Countless articles have been written on this subject. This information is out there for you to find. I will tell you that you will not find a more comprehensive collection of low/no cost solutions for lowering your electric bill without hours of online research. I have implemented many of these at my home and am in the… Continue
Added by Shaun Wicker, LEED AP on August 19, 2009 at 3:18pm —
Garry Smalley is a well respected person in the field of marriage relationship development. As one of his demonstrations, he crumpled up a $50 bill and threw it on the floor. He then asked if anyone wanted the crumpled up bill. Of course people still wanted it. Why? Because even though the $50 bill was dirty, wadded up and thrown on the floor, it still held value. If I handed you a Stradivarius violin and told you it was worth $1.2 million,… Continue
Added by Sara Blumenfeld on August 17, 2009 at 10:30am —
There is no question that in recent months, I see a new office sublease listing come across my email almost daily. The good news is Houston has much less sublease inventory than other major markets such as New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles, which only speaks volumes to the fact the Bayou City has not felt the brunt of the recession like other major U.S market. So how much do we have?….and where is it located?
Currently the Houston Office Market has just over five (5) million… Continue
Added by Coy Davidson on August 16, 2009 at 12:46am —