Steve Toburen weighs in on how to create a “beautiful” company that will attract high-end clients, long term employees and most importantly a business buyer that is lusting to possess your company!
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When will you sell your business? Very few make plans for this very likely reality. Do it right with this Special Report.
Far too often we just sort of let circumstances and chance determine our life.
Reminding yourself of Sir Winston’s words to “Never give in, never give in, never, never, never, never…” might help sustain you through the rough patches that are a natural part of every cleaning and restoration business.
How to work through adversity and stay on the path to success and sustained growth
Why not hold yourself accountable and/or resolve to truly change RIGHT NOW?
The best business books aren’t just about business; they give you tools to improve your communication skills and/or increase your powers of influence. Bill explores how to create a “story”.
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.”
Steve explains how “sharing the pain” (AND the profits) can hold your employees “accountable” while also helping them strive for perfection.
A California cleaning, restoration and flooring sales company owner is struggling with “demotivated” sales people. Steve shares some principles on how to run an upbeat sales meeting and how to help your staff (or you!) sell more jobs!