Each year, the NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB name a Most Valuable Player for their performance during the regular season.
The nation’s leading remodelers participated in a variety of sales-related seminars in the late summer and early fall of 2013.
A trend I am seeing throughout the country is that builders are stepping up their game relating to elevations. Why? In past years the consumer has been influenced primarily by what they see in their neighborhoods, while traveling, or on television.
It’s award season again here at Professional Remodeler and with the help of Ken Kanline at the Chrysalis Awards, this may be the best series of entries that has ever been submitted to our Design Awards program.
This year we received a huge number of high-quality remodeling projects that demonstrated the latest remodeling design trends. From kitchen and bath remodels to whole house reconstruction projects, hundreds of entries were submitted for the 2013 Design Awards.
Starbucks and The Container Store think you’re a joke. OK… maybe not you specifically. They think your training program is.
I have taken quite the respite from my blogging activities, despite statistics that showed a growing readership. For whatever reasons, I felt the blogging juice just didn’t justify the squeeze. I wrote of topics ranging from referral sales, to customer service, to ultra-marathon running in an attempt to draw readers in. Well, this blog post is different.
When it comes to learning – you’re a chicken. A free-range chicken, to be more specific. I’m not implying you are frightened. Not a “chicken” in the 8-year-old insult sense of the word.
In business so often what one wants is a silver bullet, that one solution that will solve everything, improve the whole business in one swoop. This of course does not exist and so what we need to do is accept the fact that we need to use a range of tools and technique to run our business and not keep searching for the silver bullet.