Since childhood, physical wellness has been embedded as a key value. Doctor visits to measure vitals to ensure your health—applying the same concept to your business can reveal your strong and weak spots, says industry expert Mark Richardson.
In this episode of Remodeling Mastery, Richardson offers remodelers a tool to check the fitness of your business to gain necessary business insights.
“As I look at the best of the best businesses out there, they not only have the highest level of scores, but what they have is the most consistency throughout their scores, and that’s really what I want to focus on,” says Richardson.
Be sure to leverage outside perspectives to grade your business on numbers, systems and processes, leadership, your team, your product, and more.
Listen to follow Richardson through the 10 criteria and see how fit your business is.
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