Quick Tip on a New Resource: MobilePatrol

mbl_ptrlGuest Editorial

This simple app will allow you to check for warrants (both past and present), arrest records, inmates, and much more.  And get this: it comes with a picture of the subject! Now how many times does your assignment come with a photo? That in itself can be invaluable since the possibility exists of coming in direct contact with the subject and not knowing who they are without the photo . I saved the best for last IT IS FREE!

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Iron Sharpens Iron

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Proverbs 27:17:17 As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another. 

Guest Editorial

This is one of my favorite scriptures as it reminds me to keep my inner circle full with positive forward thinking people. Ones that challenge me mentally, physically and spiritually but as life take us down different paths there are times when those in our circle takes a different path and we must make changes for continued growth.

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Ask and you shall Receive!

door_knck Editorial

We usually learn to master the tone of our voice as we grow older, yet too often we allow emotions to govern the tone and the words that we use, without giving a thought to the strategy that could be employed to deliver them.  How many times have you asked for something, only to be disappointed with the end result?  The issue may center around simply asking the right question at the right time.

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My Perception is Your Reality

percptnEditorial

Anyone who owns a business spends a great deal of time branding not only their company name, but themselves as well.  Considerable thought and revenue can go into developing the right logo, company name, letter head and business cards.  Many hours and thousands of dollars are typically spent creating a brochure and other forms of advertising, with the expectation that the result will effectively convey to anyone what and who you are at a glance.

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The Three Types of Clients

meGuest Editorial

Commonly accepted business logic tells us that the more clients you have, the more profitable your company becomes, right?  Well the surprising answer to that question is “NO.”  I look at every client as a relationship, and just as with any relationship in our personal lives, the complexity, the frustration, and the time-consuming nature of a relationship can produce lifelong rewarding experiences or, sadly, bitterness and loss.

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All Honorable Men Belong To the Same Tribe

tatoosGuest Editorial

Everyone is looking for clients, but what we should be doing is building a tribe, and leading this tribe for the betterment of all.  Clients are often fickle creatures; they can leave you at the drop of a hat just to save a buck, or because they are in a bad mood on a particular day, or because they were bought out by another larger company.

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The 11 Things Your Kids Won’t Learn in School!

classGuest Editorial

Recently I came across this much needed dose of realism below taken from an original piece printed in the San Diego Union Tribune on September 19, 1996, and which has appeared since then in a number of other publications.  Sykes is the author of “50 Rules Kids Won’t Learn in School”, and many other books.  Even though it was directed at our children, I came away with the thought that many Americans, young and old, could learn something from these simple truths:

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Last Chance Webinar! MasterFiles for the Three Types of Tracing

master_filesIf you haven’t attended our free skip tracing classes, don’t miss your chance to learn the next generation in front-end verification and Skip-Tracing efforts. Bring your team! Everyone interested in skip-tracing is welcome to attend.

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Sabbatical

feet_bchGuest Editorial

Greetings from the great state of Alabama Roll Tide Roll!!!

Sabbatical: or a sabbatical (from Latin sabbaticus, from Greek sabbatikos, from Hebrew shabbat, i.e., Sabbath, literally a “ceasing”) is a rest from work, or a break, often lasting from two months to a year. The concept of sabbatical has a source in shmita, described several places in the Bible (Leviticus 25, for example, where there is a commandment to desist from working the fields in the seventh year).  In the strict sense, therefore, a sabbatical lasts a year.

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Skip-Tracing Best Practices

minefieldGuest Editorial

Today a Tracer must juggle legal compliance with the ability to locate a human being who does not want to be found.  Skip-tracers often find themselves navigating mine-fields of regulations, risking lawsuits from debtors, fines from governmental regulators and the possibility of a criminal record.

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