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Free(ish) Resources Every Remodeler Needs

Have you ever been frustrated because you don’t feel confident that you are leading your company in the right direction? It’s easy to feel like you’re all alone trying to figure it out. But you’re not alone anymore! When I started in this business back in 1990, resources on how to run a strong, profitable remodeling
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WHO’s WITH ME?! How to get employee buy-in

Change is the key to business if you want better results, happier clients, and increased profits. But have you ever tried to make a change in the way you do business, only to have your employees ignore the new procedure? Or worse, sabotage it? It’s not uncommon. Just because you may understand the need for
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4 Ways to Raise Profits

Have you ever thought, “I’d be making more money working as an employee for somebody else then I am as the owner of my own company?!”  If so than you have profitability issues! This week I’m going to discuss the four ways to fix it. Because one of the most important guidelines to building a great business is
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5 Reasons Your Remodeling Company Should Go Green

The Environment. Recycling. Going Green. It’s on everyone’s radar these days. But I’ll bet you never considered the benefits it could have on your business. Well, on today’s episode of PowerTips TV, I’m going to give you five reasons why going green could make a big positive impact on your company. What about you? If
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Sales Metrics You Should Keep an Eye On

Are you sure that your salespeople are focused on the right things? Do you know if they’re performing at the highest level or if there’s room for improvement? All of the savvy owners I’ve spoken to agree that results–like the number of projects sold and the revenue and gross profit generated–are the ultimate measure. But
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How to Keep New Hires From Jumping Ship

Have you ever hired a great new employee, only to have him leave six months later? You’re not alone. According to The Society for Human Resources Management, the chances of a new hire leaving in the first 18 months can be as high as 50 percent. With the economy heating up, many remodelers are in
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