By - Sandi Webster

2022: A Year in Review

What did 2022 bring us? The NY Times has the top 22 things that happened for the first time in 2022 – I only need the ones pertinent to mankind – really, pertinent to me.  Here are the NYTimes vs. Sandi top things in 2022.  I’ll tell you why: Apple becomes the first company to reach a stock market value

By - Sandi Webster

How Is Success Defined?

What does success mean to you?  Does it involve money? Job title? How well you marry? The car you drive? Just keeping your business afloat another year? To whom do you compare your success to know whether or not you’re successful? To your current peers? To your family members? People with whom you went to school? I define success based

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Real Estate
By - Sandi Webster

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Real Estate

I didn’t think about prejudices in places like real estate. Until I encountered it, I never really thought about it. But it happened to my husband and me, and it seems there are similar stories based on an August 18th NY Times article, “Home Appraised With a Black Owner: $472,000. With a White Owner: $750,000.” Story 1 – West Babylon,

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Creating the Seats at Your Table!

What the company does? Sandi Webster LLC coaches small business owners to form advisory boards that help scale their businesses with a focus on increasing EBITDA towards a successful exit. Business owners learn the difference between a board of directors and an advisory board through an online course or one-on-one coaching. The Current Landscape In the current pandemic business landscape,

By - Sandi Webster

Flexible Work Arrangements: The New Normal

Since the pandemic, most unessential workers work from home half the time. Companies are embracing a flexible or hybrid schedule willingly or unwillingly. Employees are leaving their in-person jobs for ones that offer flexible work arrangements. They want ones where they go into the office one day per week, or everyone comes in on the same day once per month

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Breast Cancer: Donations, DEI and Breast Cancer Types

On October 8, 2022, I will walk again for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides for Breast Cancer research. Please give kindly to my New Birth Warriors team at http://main.acsevents.org/goto/newbirthwarriors.  In over 35 years of participating in the 5K walk for different organizations, I have always considered the disparity between men and women regarding breast cancer. It’s been said that

By - Sandi Webster

A Book is Your Business Card

In 2009, my business partner and I wrote our book because we were on the speaking circuit as successful business owners. We got asked the same questions all the time, and frankly, it became boring as our responses became canned. It was an Uh Ah moment for us. Many business owners were becoming authors for this reason – it’s a

By - Sandi Webster

Learnings From The Great Resignation

During the COVID-10 pandemic of 2021-21, a global phenomenon called “The Great Resignation” occurred. What exactly was that? According to Wikipedia, “The Great Resignation, also known as the Big Quit and the Great Reshuffle, is an ongoing economic trend in which employees have voluntarily resigned from their jobs en masse, beginning in early 2021.” In 2021, COVID requirements were relaxed,

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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: Shopping While Black or Retail Racism

When you are a black person and reach the age where you can go shopping by yourself or with friends, there is a laundry list of things you need to consider. Black mothers tell their children the following: Do not bring too large a pocketbook so that security guards don’t think you can put clothes in it. Do not go