“Small” decisions can determine your fate as a owner operator in the cleaning/restoration industry.
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When we fail to hold ourselves accountable, we turn to blaming outside forces for our situation. And yes, blaming others is when we unknowingly commit ourselves to our very own Groundhog Day.
The starting point to gain focus in your business today is to have a crystal clear vision of where your company is headed tomorrow. The vision I’m talking about doesn’t have to be fancy and it doesn’t have to be framed and hung on a wall.
Chuck illustrates the importance of Alignment and Excecution with real world examples.
“Alignment” and “Execution”. How do these two terms relate to your cleaning or restoration business?
To succeed in business you don’t have to be the best at what you do, have the fanciest advertising or even have to be faster than your competition. What do you need then … ?
As business owners we tend to “cherry pick” and only do the stuff we enjoy and avoid what we dread. Yet it has been well said, “Success comes to those who will do what others won’t do.”
Water mitigation expert Ivan Turner shares why blindly following the crowd is dangerous. Plus he shares some innovative restoration marketing ideas learned from the late Sam Walton…
You have spent years building a good company- why not invest 5 days in 2013 to make it truly great AND in the process discover new personal freedom?
A veteran successful Sacramento cleaner confesses that he still hasn’t jumped on the Internet marketing band wagon. Steve suggests he keep on doing what he does best- and let the experts do their job!
Ask yourself these three questions every time you become frustrated in your business. Then apply your answers for positive change in your company.
Who’s responsible for planning your time today? Chuck reminds us that what you accomplish each day has a cumulative effect on your business.
A San Diego janitorial contractor wants to move into the lucrative world of carpet cleaning and needs helps. As usual, Steve rides in to the rescue but needs everyone’s help!
Growth for the sake of bragging rights is meaningless, dangerous and might just possibly be fatal to your company. Chuck focuses on how to find the right numbers and how to make them even better.
With the new year coming it’s a good time to reflect on your company’s future. And a big part of any business plan is forecasting sales goals for next year.