Taking the time to think strategically can be challenging in today’s fast-paced world. Time demands are constant, and taking a long-term view can be difficult. Many surveys back this up, with one revealing that 96% of leaders surveyed did not have enough time for strategic thinking. Additionally, Jane Sparrow conducted a LinkedIn poll of her own, in...
Last summer, we sold our home in the great American Southwest, packed up all our worldly possessions, and moved across the country to the Southeast. Our goal was to live in a vibrant city with lots of transportation options, which is how we ended up in Atlanta.
After six months in temporary housing, we’ve finally moved into a new home. And one of my top priorities as part of the move is making sure the home is well equipped with smart features to make it easy to live in.
In this article, I’ll share the decision-making process I went through when deciding which smart features to add to our home. As always, these are my choices, based on my family’s needs and preferences; your choices might be different, but you’ll no doubt go through a similar analytical process along the way.
Making things smart means keeping them connected over a reliable network, so let’s start there.