The Benefits of Being a Smartie

July 6, 2021Business, General, Inspiration and Fun, Prof. Development

Here at TitleSmart, we are incredibly grateful for our hard-working and dedicated employees. And we show our appreciation through a robust benefits program that includes comprehensive medical and dental insurance, a life insurance benefit policy, gym membership subsidies, and homebuying discounts, just to name a few. Everybody knows that one of the most important aspects … Read More

Massive Action

July 23, 2019Business, General, Inspiration and Fun, Prof. Development

Whether at work or in your personal life, if you are not achieving your goals, it might be time to take Massive Action! Taking Massive Action means that you simply commit to taking action until your goal is achieved. Seems simple enough, right? Well, here are three tips to help you take Massive Action in … Read More

Muscle Imbalances in the Workplace

July 18, 2019General, Inspiration and Fun, Prof. Development

Whether you’re a student, truck driver, or work at a computer all day long, the one thing we have in common is sitting for long periods of time.  What most people don’t realize is that sedentary lifestyles such as these can negatively impact your body’s health even if you’re active outside of work.  Being in … Read More

How to Embrace Growth

May 29, 2019Business, General, Inspiration and Fun, Prof. Development

What does growth mean to you? As one of our TitleSmart Core Values, growth is an essential part of not only our business model but also in the way we think about our staff and their goals. Focusing on creating a growth mindset can give you a clear direction for your personal and professional goals. … Read More

Stick to Your Goals

January 10, 2019Business, General, Inspiration and Fun, Prof. Development

Wow, can you believe it is already 2019?! With 2018 behind us (and what an amazing year it was!) I believe as a company we should choose to look forward into the year by reminding ourselves of the little things that make a BIG difference. Towards the end of last year, I was reminded of … Read More