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Building on Trust: You'll Have Work, if Clients Trust You Building on Trust: You'll Have Work, if Clients Trust You

LES CUNNINGHAM: Adjusting to the new normal of a difficult economy means work is harder to come by, but if clients trust you and your company's professionalism, the jobs will come. More

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LES CUNNINGHAM: Consumer Mindset LES CUNNINGHAM: Consumer Mindset

What are your clients thinking? Know what local homeowners want and know your numbers so you can stand firm on price. More

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System Smarts: Ensuring Ready Access to Information About Your Business

To make sure your business can survive in this economy, you need real-time information about your business's performance. Set up systems that you can expand and upgrade as your company grows. More

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Accelerated Shifts: Tips for Bringing About Change in Your Company Accelerated Shifts: Tips for Bringing About Change in Your Company

Adaptability is the key to surviving in a tough market. Les Cunningham offers tips for making company changes happen and getting employee buy-in. More

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Pricing It Right: Tips for Accurate Estimating Pricing It Right: Tips for Accurate Estimating

Basic estimating principles for breaking even on your projects. More

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Regular Checkup: Schedule a Monthly Review of Your Accounting Information Regular Checkup: Schedule a Monthly Review of Your Accounting Information

Ask yourself these seven key questions when you review your monthly income statement and balance sheet. More

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The Weekly Check: Job-Progress Meetings

Weekly job status meetings help keep jobs on time and on budget and identify problems before they get out of control. More

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The World as You Know It–the Sequel

Web columnist Rick Provost responds to comments about his blog that cited an industry expert's view that the remodeling industry as we know it is dead. More

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Making Staff Aware of the Big Picture for Your Company

Business success depends on your team knowing the answers to these four big-picture questions. More

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The World As You Know It

According to one remodeling expert, the remodeling industry as we know it is dead. What will you do to survive? More

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