Sooner or later you HAVE to contact the Decision Maker to finish the sale. Steve gives another golden phrase to keep the process on track.
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Getting your foot in the door can be tough. Making the sale can be even tougher. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a step by step guide on how to inspect your customer’s home and sell your services efficiently on a regular basis. We present the latest SFS Special Report: Carpet Cleaning Inspections That […]
This information has been tested and refined over the last thirty years. First by me and now for the last ten-plus years by our over 2,000 SFS members.
The dreaded question of “how much?” meets it’s match in this Special Report.
Choose your own path to business growth. This report helps you avoid common pitfalls while finding the path that best suits you and your life goals.
Build a niche by specializing in fixing fine fabric problems. Are you ready for the lucrative world of fine fabric cleaning?
Cleaning your carpets on the cheap is definitely “in”. Thanks to the economic downturn (and Groupon!) even well off carpet cleaning clients are negotiating for a better price. So what’s a poor cleaner to do?
Are you tired of being beat up by the “Great Recession”? Are your customers increasing their times between cleanings and/or having less done when they do call you? Many of our SFS members have implemented the “Stay Beautiful” residential “service contract” which guarantees your customer beautiful carpets forever AND they report great results. Download this […]
Can you be successful without enduring the inevitable agonies of hiring employees? Absolutely. But if you fly solo you must make a few adjustments.
I loved “becoming family” with my residential clients. But the hardest money in our industry is residential.
Showing respect for someone doesn’t have to be grand and flashy. There are countless, every-day ways in which it can be demonstrated.
Research indicates workplace bullying behaviors fall into four very broad categories, two of which are addressed this week.
Any business (regardless of size) can close the “bully gap” by recognizing the things that make a company UNIUQE are what make a company GOOD.
You don’t need (or even want to be) a national company. As you well know lots of people don’t like the “big boys” and prefer the local “little guy”. So don’t let yourself be intimidated!
As an entrepreneur your most valuable business resource is your time … are you using it effectively? Steve helps you break down what this means.