Next time you're reluctant to ask a prospect about budget, remember: It isn’t just about you
How can smaller companies participate in the cultural shift that's going on?
Writing things down doesn’t just help us remember, it makes us more efficient because we are less likely to duplicate our efforts
These six habits are practiced, in one form or another, by almost all successful people
Working with more than one vendor has its advantages
Most consumers assume that their glazed windows and doors meet safety standards, but that’s often not the case
If you insist that husband and wife have to be there, some homeowners will start to disconnect
Your Sunday Box holds that which you once considered essential but have now managed to live without
Small businesses are hit more frequently by embezzlement, and often with more serious consequences
Five decidedly unexciting tips for a stronger financial return, better client experience, and less stress on your organization
If you’re not thinking about technology for your business now, you may soon be playing catch-up with customers
As with a hospital stay, even a good remodeling outcome can’t overcome a bad experience
When making decisions, it's important to balance gut feelings with facts and figures
Success habits like being on time don't require skill or practice, they just need the right mindset
Ask yourself: Which customer demographics are growing for your company? And is your marketing keeping pace?
At home shows, you have heavy competition. Here's a plan to maximize the leads you generate.
Texting lets you keep clients fully in the loop without making them loopy
Have remodeling pundits—me included—been too dogmatic when discussing the dos and don’ts of how to be a professional remodeler?