Kathy Shertzer writes about the importance of not allowing yourself to get into debt: "[B]usinesses fail because of debt. Don’t fall prey to that temptation again. Plan ahead because the pendulum always swings back."
Competing on price is not the long-term answer for winning jobs and seeing your company thrive. Shawn McCadden describes a better way.
Industry consultant Paul Winans uses his own experience of getting a dental crown made to show readers how they can change existing habits.
Navigating the sea of health insurance options can be daunting for a small business. We help you start plotting your course.
Without trust, your company culture and bottom line will suffer. Tim Faller outlines how to build trust and why it's so important to the success of your company.
Industry consultant Paul Winans offers a simple yet powerful reminder: knowing where you're going will help you get there.
What happens when "one of the oldest and most well-respected remodeling companies" in Baltimore, as it's described on the company's website, suddenly closes its doors.
Melanie Hodgdon and Leslie Shiner discuss the importance of planning for deliberate — rather than haphazard — growth as the industry comes out of its slump.
Industry consultant Paul Winans blogs about how to say no in the right way to a prospect who is not a good fit for your company.
Remodeling industry consultant Paul Winans tells about conquering his fears and the success that followed.
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