Is commercial carpet cleaning compatible with being part time retired? Maybe. Steve gives some pointers to this energetic former manager.
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I am forever indebted to the Strategies for Success program
7 steps to take now for building your company into a true Critical Mass Business and getting off the truck while you are still having fun.
Can you be successful without enduring the inevitable agonies of hiring employees? Absolutely. But if you fly solo you must make a few adjustments.
Many “burned-by-employees” cleaners and restorers reject the “getting big” dream and decide to “stay small” as a “Lone Wolf” owner-operator.
This SFS graduate from Florida needs to get away from the day to day grind of his business. Is selling the company the only answer?
What are you doing to address the natural aging processes that takes place in business and in all of us?
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”?
A Louisiana cleaner\restorer feels the need for change in his life. Is it time to sell or can he make “adjustments”? Steve offers ideas on both options…
The future IS coming at you and faster than you think! Steve shares some scary AND motivating statistics about retirement funding …
What reached out and grabbed our cleaner and restorer readers during 2011? This recap let’s you know what our little “band of brothers” focused on last year. You STILL can act on any of these ideas. Just don’t let 2012 leave you in its dust.
Steve applauds a Florida carpet cleaners decision to focus on his family instead of searching for riches. So can the Strategies for Success seminar help a “little guy” that just wants to stay small?
Mac Skiver was starting out in carpet cleaning at 58! So he didn’t have 20 years to learn from the School of Hard Knocks. See how SFS brought Mac success AND the freedom to retire in just four short years!
A New Zealand cleaner “bought a job” ten years ago but now finds himself burning out and facing a dead end. Steve shares some options and resources that just might help …
A struggling Alabama carpet cleaner asks Steve, “What would you do differently if you could rebuild and sell your business all over again”? Steve (of course) waxes nostalgic as he looks back over the last forty years …