Every day, set your focus. Spend time every day, maybe 10 to 20 minutes, to review both your personal and business goals and plan what's most important. Read more about Eliminate Distractions
For those who don’t understand the need for an ongoing marketing and advertising program for your business, let me try this analogy: Read more about Marketing is just like planting seeds
During class, a question came up on how to deal with contractors who let their insurance and sometimes even their licenses expire. "How do you compete with that?" Read more about Provide Proof of Insurance - and demand others do, as well
While exercising the other day, I watched a code compliance violation hearing on one of the local TV stations. It's a station that shows local city government meetings. Read more about Permits for Your Construction Project - That's a Job for the Professional
May I make a wish list?
That suppliers and manufacturers would stop using pictures of guys and gals wearing a brand new tool belt. Those new belts haven't spent a minute on a job site, they even look stiff and uncomfortable. Worse, the screwdrivers, hammers and pliers have no paint or dirt on them. Come on suppliers, get real.
That contractors would pay attention to their websites, recognizing that the website might be the first impression a client has of them. And that they would put their company name and phone number at the top of each page. Read more about My Wish List
If you're looking at hiring a website designer or SEO provider, beware! The stories we hear from fellow business owners on how they've been treated defies description. Read more about Website Designers - Hire Carefully