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In this report, Steve Toburen shares 4 factors to guide you to a realistic price on your company. The included worksheet will get you started …
Just what is a Critical Mass Business and how can you make it work for you?
Increased sales can bring growing pains that have destroyed many small business contractors. Here is some help …
Can you find your profitable “Sweet Spot” in the cleaning and restoration industry without hiring full-time workers?
Many “burned-by-employees” cleaners and restorers reject the “getting big” dream and decide to “stay small” as a “Lone Wolf” owner-operator.
Building my business into “something of value” was one of the great joys of my life. BUT to grow your company RIGHT isn’t easy!
Far too often we just sort of let circumstances and chance determine our life.
A brand new commercial cleaning business owner wants to “blast” his sales area with a focused short-term team. Good idea? Steve and Chuck give feedback.
A complaining customer is just a wake up call to “tune up” your company. But before you can make these positive changes you need lots of “Why, When, Where, What and HOW?” answers.
We’ve discussed the first two sub-categories of discipline: 1) The ability to execute and 2) to hold yourself accountable. Now let’s finish up with this last characteristic – the ability to get out of our own way!
When we realize how little we can accomplish on our own and recognize the tremendous contributions others have made to our success, it’s easier to move beyond a “me” focus.
Are you getting soft between the ears with your business? As we settle into familiar ways (the rut) of doing things it’s easy to blow off learning new things.
Chuck talks about two struggles: Employee “pushing versus pulling” and how to resolve the eternal “short term versus long term” financial issues. Read on…
Don’t expect to find clones of yourself in the employee marketplace. (And that’s a good thing!) Instead, Steve Toburen gives some alternatives to flogging your current employees.