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Prepare for the Liftoff of Remodeling's Next Big Event
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Prepare for the Liftoff of Remodeling's Next Big Event

The first-ever Remodeling Leadership Summit this coming October will unite two... Read more

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How to Use Your Billings as a Leading Indicator

Knowing what's been fulfilled can signal good times ahead--or problems Read more

Remodeling and Remodelers Advantage Team Up for Exclusive Access to Summit Tickets
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Remodeling and Remodelers Advantage Team Up for Exclusive Access to Summit Tickets

Ignore the sold-out sign for general admission and take the VIP route Read more

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Why Generation-Specific Marketing Doesn’t Work for Remodelers

The distinctions are getting too fuzzy to serve your specific needs Read more

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Rise Above the Norm by Sharing What You’re Learning

Summarizing lessons with others can reinforce good behaviors Read more

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Moving Out of the House and Into an Office? Plan Carefully

Make the move a success with employees, customers ... and your housemate Read more

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Adding Salespeople? Make Sure You Do These 3 Things

These days of growth make it likely you're either hiring salespeople or thinking of doing so. But before you do, REMODELING consultant Victoria Downing says that you first must make certain you have a system in place to help that new hire excel. Here's what to do. Read more

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You've Got Drive. You Have Skills. But Can You Learn to Lead?

"A growing business depends on the business owner getting the most from people who usually don�t have his drive and/or skills," REMODELING consultant Paul Winans notes. And the only way that can happen is by learning to lead. Go to school with Winans' six suggested readings. Read more

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What Last Words of Management Advice Would You Give?

What advice would you give for running your business without you? One top remodeler asked his peers that same question recently. Here's some of their collective wisdom. Read more

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How a Shoe Seller Can Help Your Team Work Better

Zappos spends four weeks training a new employee. What about you? Read more

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