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How You Doin’?

I get this question a lot these days, closely followed by, “What are you doing?” There is a very real need to find out what everyone else is up to in the situations that have developed so unexpectedly. So, I sat down and made a short list of what I’m focusing on during this time. I’m calling it, “The Big 3 Plus 3.” Let me explain...

Supercharge Sales with the Perfect CRM

You probably have a CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software already.  And it probably kinda sucks.  Or maybe it’s never really utilized by your staff, at least not the way they showed you in the fancy software demo.  If you don’t have a CRM, or one that works great, or one staff use, you’re definitely missing sales opportunities.  Here are some items to know…

Calling 911

When my father-in-law needed medical attention last summer, my wife and I took immediate action. We could have done nothing or let him handle it himself, but we recognized that this was a critical situation so we dropped what we were doing and supported him. This is what people do when there is a crisis, right? What about our industry’s labor crisis? Efforts to solve the labor crisis are underway. People are mobilizing. Momentum is building. Check it out!

Who’s Next?

How long do you want things to be exactly the same? How many years will you be content spending the same time and effort on the same tasks? If you want more vacation, more money, or less stress in 2021 than you have today, then you need to make an investment now. It’s time to figure out who’s next. Here’s how to start.

Your Ultimate Dream Exit

Image your ultimate dream exit. You’ve sold your business and you’re enjoying a refreshing iced tea at your beach house on the ocean or you’re traveling the world for a year visiting exotic lands. How did you do it? In this blog post, Steven Newell of Lindale Partners reveals the 7 keys to maximizing the sale of your business when the time comes. Prepare now, enjoy later!

You Must Be So Busy

I used to be so busy. Every week was a 50+ hour week. I remember the all-nighters to finish the massive bid packages. There was never a year with more than two weeks of vacation. So I can relate to those who still think that staying so swamped with work is a sign of success. Except they’re stuck in a trap making it impossible to grow their business….