It’s been a little over one year since the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) released the new ASC 842 and 23% of organizations have yet to assess the impact of changes.
Also, wake up with intention. Regardless of how big or small, having one shifts my mindset to a happy, positive state and sets the tone of my day. Lastly, having a plan is a great strategy to check off every box on your to-do list. I don’t allow myself to procrastinate. I like to get things done! I review everything that needs my attention and either get it done, move it forward, or eliminate it. I don't want to revisit things once I’ve decided on it. The goal is to make each day count. —Gail Corder Fischer, Executive Vice Chairman of Fischer & Company, a leading global corporate real estate firm that provides consulting, brokerage and technology solutions
Gail Corder Fischer is the co-founder and executive vice chairman of Dallas-based Fischer & Company, the go-to real estate firm for global Fortune 500 companies like FedEx and IBM. But this member of The Oracles wasn’t born a real estate mogul—quite the opposite.
Keep politely asking until you get the result you want. A good salesperson learns how to do this with the same kind of gut instinct and finesse. —Gail Corder Fischer, executive vice chairman of Fischer & Company, a leading global corporate real estate firm that provides consulting, brokerage and technology solutions