All posts by Tanoa Lynne:

Juggling Concurrent Projects in Your HOA

Juggling Concurrent Projects in Your HOA

Juggling multiple projects in a community association can seem daunting at the beginning. There are so many expectations, deadlines, meetings, schedules, vendors, contracts, mobilizations, and de-mobilizations to think of. Not to mention you might be dealing with scaffolding, orange cones, swing stations and demolition. . . a lot of demolition. (You can’t have an omelet […] Read More... [et_social_share]
5 Basic Habits of Highly Effective CAMs

5 Basic Habits of Highly Effective CAMs

You’ve worked hard and finally earned your CAM license. Go you! As you know, being a CAM requires you to wear a lot of hats on any given day. So now that you’re an official Community Association Manager, let’s take a look at a few simple things you can do to be more effective. Read More... [et_social_share]
Who Runs the (CAM) World?

Who Runs the (CAM) World?

As I was completing a busy morning that began with a 6:00 AM meeting with my husband and business partner, Robert, I also attended to a sick pet, fed and watered four cats, sent a slew of e-mails, and started making breakfast (spinach omelettes with sun-dried tomatoes, bacon and cheddar) which I happily do every day. In the meantime, I remembered that we’re having pot roast for dinner, so I prepared the roast for the slow cooker, and began to get ready for the day. Game on, girlfriend! Read More... [et_social_share]

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