Management

Some success habits require skill and practice. Others, such as being on time, just need the right mindset.

Giving too much money for kitchen remodel to over-qualified lead

A disturbing trend among salespeople and owners of smaller remodeling companies is costing businesses a lot of potential revenue

Planning needs to be automatic in your decision-making processes

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Small-business burnout is common, and the contracting business is especially vulnerable

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

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Reborn Cabinets uses a clear, well-defined sales system, and its call center reaps the rewards

Once a job taken for granted, the window installer today is seen as key to the operation

Effective strategies for making the most of your time

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

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When making decisions, it's important to balance gut feelings with facts and figures

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Success habits like being on time don't require skill or practice, they just need the right mindset

CoConstruct does a lot of things, California remodeler Paul Paniagua has found, the most impressive of which is helping him run his business

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Creating a successful internship program for your company is all about creating a process, including managing it

Converting a company to an employee-owned business can be a great retirement option. Here are three examples of how it works.

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Some economists suggest the U.S. is overdue for a downturn. Here are key steps to take to prepare your company in case they’re right.  

The trend toward more frequent, more subjective employee appraisals begs the question: What should you be measuring?

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