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What You Need to Know Right Now About the Centennial Generation

What You Need to Know Right Now About the Centennial Generation

If there’s anything we learned from millennials, it’s that the accounting profession must adapt to their lifestyle, and constantly strive to keep them happy and motivated. And, just like millennials today, a new generation – centennials – is coming in just five short years, representing the future of accounting. Born in 2000 or later, centennials… Continue Reading

4 Things I Learned About Facebook Business Pages

4 Things I Learned About Facebook Business Pages

Creating a Facebook business page ought to be pretty simple, right? After all, if you’re on Facebook with a personal page and you seem to get along fine with status updates, posting family photos and liking stupid pet images, then a FB business page ought to be a snap, right? Wrong. While creating the frame… Continue Reading

Reflections on Past Relationships

Reflections on Past Relationships

I am inspired today to share something personal, which I seldom do. Last week when I arrived at LaGuardia n NYC, I saw someone I knew waiting for his luggage. I had not seen hm on my flight, so I went over to tell him hello. I’ve known this man for about 30 years –… Continue Reading

What I’m Thankful For: 2017

What I’m Thankful For: 2017

I try to write an annual blog that talks about what I’m thankful for; as 2017 draws to a close, here’s my list for this year: My Wonderful Family – to me, family is everything. I could not get along day to day without the support of my family and am eternally grateful for everyone.… Continue Reading

Weinstein, Gurriel and Other Observations

Weinstein, Gurriel and Other Observations

There are a lot of things I understand and a lot of things I don’t. I understand World Kindness Day. I understand a warm puppy who only wants to love you. I understand  fantastic sunsets on Coffee Pot Rock in Sedona. I don’t understand hate, poor judgment or looking the other way. I thought we… Continue Reading

A Networking Guide for Introverted Extroverts

A Networking Guide for Introverted Extroverts

I’ve always considered myself to be an introvert, but a few years ago when I heard the term, “introverted extrovert,” I thought this fit my personality very well. I excel in social situations if I have a close circle of friends around me and sort of know others in the room, but if you ask… Continue Reading

Staying Busy Vs. Staying Engaged

Staying Busy Vs. Staying Engaged

Are you staying busy or are you staying engaged? I think there is a definite difference between the two – and this came to my attention recently when I was talking with a long-time friend and associate who retired a few years ago. After taking several long trips with girlfriends, spending time with her grown… Continue Reading

It’s All About Customer Service and Client Experience

It’s All About Customer Service and Client Experience

Quality customer service seems to be few and far between these days. The “mom and pop” stores that once offered that personal touch and warm, homey feeling seem to be the days of yore, replaced by large stores and companies who either offer little help, or act rude, pushy or careless when they do assist… Continue Reading

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Scott Cytron  |  972.743.4671  |  scott@cytronandcompany.com            
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