Show appreciation to your commercial clients by making them look good to their employees AND give yourself a “burst of business” in your slow residential months of January, February and March.
We ALL do better when we work toward achieving shared goals. So I suggest you…
Loyal employees stay with you long-term based mostly on emotional factors.
Steve explains how “sharing the pain” (AND the profits) can hold your employees “accountable” while also helping them strive for perfection.
What if there was a way to create and promote ‘good habits’ within your company without anyone knowing?
I had worked with 2 business coaches, had been in business for over 10 years and yet I still learned SO MUCH more with SFS!
Would you pay $2.00 for better efficiency?
Use these techniques to share your cell phone number, make people feel special and get them to call you.
This book tackles the ever elusive subject of our motivation. What motivates people? How can an owner motivate his technicians to greater things?
It’s really very simple. “Friends do business with friends.” Here is a tip on how to expand your “referral network”!
Marketing really is a game of numbers. Your goal? To constantly increase the amount of people who immediately think of your company when a need arises.
Cultivate residential contract maintenance programs to maintain cash flow and capitalize on your marketing efforts. Keep those customers!
If you don’t remind your clients who you are, nobody else will. Stay in front of your clients with theses tips for future sales and referrals too.
You got to pay your employees! Steve offers 4 ways to boost your income stream and stay busy regardless of season or market area ups and downs.
Steve gives 4 solid reasons to leave some flexibility in your schedule and 2 simple ways to make it happen.