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Leading Through Crisis

While you may have emergency plans for your business in place, it’s pretty long odds you had anything prepped for a business disruption caused by a global pandemic.  Even in the best of times, being an effective leader is challenging — no doubt about it. For those of you who’ve had to put your business
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Make Time for Strategic Planning

Wouldn’t it be great to have the time to really step back, think about your business and make sure that you’re clear on your goals, using the right strategies, and making sure that your team is well-informed and motivated? But we all know that a successful business has too much going on to have time
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Coronavirus Planning and Your Remodeling Business

As novel coronavirus Covid-19 cases continue to multiply throughout North America, it’s time to plan for how it may affect your business, your employees, and your clients. The situation is changing quickly, so stay informed through reputable news and public health sources. Covid-19 causes a variety of symptoms, including cough, shortness of breath, and fever.
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6 Simple Questions that will Focus Your Marketing Efforts

As we sail through the fist quarter of the year, you may be finding that your marketing strategy and materials aren’t hitting the mark. Here are six simple questions that will help you refocus your efforts and find your target. Before I started working in content marketing, I was a journalist. One of the first
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Developing the 6 Domains of Resilience

When you own a remodeling company, the one characteristic that’s the most important to have — in my opinion — is resilience.  Resilience is the ability to learn from your setbacks and mistakes. Resilient small-business owners learn how to turn mistakes into opportunities. They learn to look past the immediate setbacks and keep their eyes
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Make Time for In-Office Training

Remodeling companies are missing a great opportunity for job training by limiting it to the work site. Yes, there does have to be on-site training to learn a skill, but it might take longer because everything is being taught on the job.  Here are some ideas to make the most of training your field staff
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