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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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.
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?
You can make a lot of money in cleaning and restoration. But will it be enough for you to retire in style? Take steps now to provide for the day you leave your business. Steve gives his recommendations on how to “clean up”.
Can you be successful without enduring the inevitable agonies of hiring employees? Absolutely. But if you fly solo you must make a few adjustments.
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!
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.
This SFS.JonDon.com website has lots of hidden treasure IF you just dig for them, but we don’t “sell” our SFS Operations Manual.
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…
Steve reflects on where far too many hardworking business owners are in this industry AND how to get out of the “all alone” trap. And then if that doesn’t motivate you- what the heck is the “T-Bone Trap”?
Your very best “Strategic Partner” is Jon-Don and the SFS program! But what other options are out there?
Employees “get on board” much more easily if they’ve helped design your “business choo-choo”. So bring one or more key people with you to our SFS seminar!
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?