Monthly Archives: February 2012

Meet the Century 21 Award Winners ;-)

C21 award winners

Sales person needed… is searching for a salesperson.

Salary + commission with the possibility for a 6 figure salary in the first year to someone who can hustle.

I got a guy…

Jesse Wroblewski – founder of just launched his first, completely free iphone app specifically for helping people network. Its called “I Got A Guy” and you can get more information about it here:

New local business listing service…

Check out

FREE organic gardening classes

The FREE organic gardening class schedules are (all Mondays, 7:00pm – 9:00pm):

For Spring: March 5th, 12th & 19th
For Summer: May 7th, 14th & 21st
For Fall: July 2nd, 9th & 16th
For Winter: Aug 13th, 20th & 27th

Classes held at:
The Fellowship Hall
Christ Covenant Church
67 Scudder Avenue (just off Great Neck Road)
Copiague, NY 11726

Visit the web site for any additional details

Sal Puglia

Restaurant employment opportunities

Season’s 52
Contact Ada 516.319.7872


Thank you Sherri Gillespie – MRG Marketing – for the info

Graphic designer needed – full time…

All Island Media (publisher of Pennysaver, Town Crier, Long Island Trends) is looking for a Graphic Designer

Email resume with salary requirements to

1 Rodeo Drive, Edgewood, NY 11717


FEATURED BUSINESS February/March 2012

Douglas Feldman

ARCAP Partners, LLC

Comprehensive Planning and Advisory Services

ARCAP Partners, LLC operates as a full service financial planning firm tailored towards meeting the needs of our clients.  Our firm focuses on protecting, preserving, and enhancing the wealth of our individual, family, and business clients.  We specialize in financial planning, business advisory solutions, and family office services.

The firm provides objective customized solutions to a client base comprised mainly of high-net-worth individuals, high-income earners, privately held businesses and individuals seeking financial security during retirement.

ARCAP Partners, LLC operates on a financial planning platform that represents the top companies in the industry. This allows the firm to offer clients the most unique and specific planning and product portfolios based on their short and long-term needs.

Talk, Listen, Build your Business…

… is the title of an article by Ellen DePasquale, regional director at Constant Contact and Wendy Caplan-Carroll, senior regional development director at Constant Contact.

Both ladies hold frequent workshops throughout the tri-state area (

Constant Contact helps companies use email, social media and other tools to keep customers and gain new ones – results guaranteed.

Take Charge of Your Productivity with These Time Management Tools

“Lost time is never found again.” – Benjamin Franklin

Often find yourself wondering where all the time goes? Much in the same way that keeping track of expenses reveals where your money goes, keeping tabs on your time can help you make more efficient use of it by identifying waste and opportunities for increased productivity.

But first, you need a way to track it. Take a look at this list of time management tools:

Remember the Milk – Probably the most ubiquitous time tracking tool out there, Remember the Milk is available as a Web app and on most popular smartphones. Remember the Milk seamlessly integrates with Outlook, Google Calendars, and Gmail. It even works with Siri, Apple’s digital assistant on the iPhone 4S.

GoodToDo – GoodToDo uses your email account as a task management tool. If you receive an email you need to follow up on tomorrow, you simply forward it to, and the email will appear as a task on your GoodToDo portal. Watch this demo to see it in action.

Timy – If you use Basecamp for project management, Timy is an excellent tool for tracking time, as it integrates nicely with Basecamp’s billing system. Available for many Smartphone platforms, Timy is a breeze for task-management on-the-go.

Microsoft Outlook – Yes, even Microsoft Outlook can be used as a time-tracking tool. You’ll just need to enable the “Journal” feature. In Outlook 2010, go to File > Options > Notes and Journal, then click the button that says “Journal Options.” Check which activities and applications you’d like Outlook to keep track of, and Outlook will record them in a convenient journal.

Thanks to Armando D’Accordo
for these tips ;-)