"A Relocation Minute" with Bruce Waller

Bruce Waller - Armstrong Relocation Dallas

People Grower People Connector People Mover, Author and Business Consultant for HR, Leadership, and Relocation!

Inspiration or Desperation? or maybe just a PUSH…

As I think about the work place we have all accepted over the last few weeks, I think about how most of us had access to this world of work long before the pandemic, but just didn’t embrace it because of a variety of reasons including its not how we do things in our company. …

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More value, better world! 3 strategies to apply during challenging times.

I was recently listening to author/podcaster Adam Grant share a story about NBA Basketball player Shane Battier. Shane was a highly recruited basketball player in high school that made the decision to play his college career at the Duke University and won a national championship. He went on to play in the NBA and noticed …

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Look for the good…

Over the last week, I’ve seen some really cool things around people creating powerful moments of connection. Yes, we’ve had to cancel most of our in-person meetings and social networking events due to social distancing to help “flatten the curve” of the Corona-virus. However, there are a lot of positives happening and people are getting …

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Uncertainty To Opportunity

Everyday seems so strange dealing with this terrible virus (COVID-19), but today reminded me of how strange the workplace has become.  People are trying to balance social distance with human interaction. It’s really hard and super challenging in more ways than one. Some of us can work from home while others need to actually work …

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Hey, You’re a Natural!

I recently got the opportunity to present an “Ignite” style presentation at our annual Texas Relocation Conference in Carrollton, Texas. It was called “The High Cost of a Low-Cost Move”. Ignite presentations are short five-minute presentations that have 20 slides with each slide rotating every 15 seconds. The idea is to share a relevant topic …

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Are you in alignment?

I was recently looking back at some posts on different social media platforms (video, pictures, blogs, and more) and thought about the different messages we all share with our networks. I thought it was interesting to see how both work and personal posts have been so integrated in our messages. I am pretty much in …

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Happy International Women’s Day!

Thankful for strong women like Martha Ellen Causey Thornton. She’s my mom! She gave birth to 5 children and worked multiple jobs to put food on the table for all of us. She is also the step-mom for 2 others. That’s 7 kids! When she was pregnant with her 4th child , she learned her …

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Just “white it out”!

As a business professional, I attend a lot of networking events. I understand and value the importance of meeting people every day. I enjoy learning about people’s stories as well as finding the connections in the conversation. Building a network is one of the most important things we need to do in our careers. One …

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Why not me?

I was recently watching the “country music” documentary series by Ken Burns as he told several stories of many famous people that moved the world through country music over the past 100 years. As I am watching the series, I noticed everyone had common thread. They all believed in themselves and felt a calling to …

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The Giving Profession

When I joined Armstrong Relocation in 2004 as a new sales professional, I had zero business. I had operations experience, but no sales to get me started… so I read and listened to everything I could get my hands. Some of these authors/speakers included Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, John Maxwell, and Jeffrey Gitomer just to …

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