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Key Roles Sales Can Play to Reduce Slippage

Key Roles Sales Can Play to Reduce Slippage

Here at Remodelers Advantage we set aside the month of June to focus on an issue that plagues most service-based businesses, but can be a critical metric in looking at the success of a remodeling firm. Last year we named June “Slippage Awareness Month” and this year you will see content submissions from our consulting,…

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Selling Without Slippage: Translate & Communicate

Selling Without Slippage: Translate & Communicate

The responsibilities of a Sales Person range significantly within a remodeling company for many reasons. Typically, a sales person is rewarded by closing the deal and setting expectations with the client. However, it is equally important to know how he or she can help reduce profit slippage by communicating the client’s project details effectively, when…

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Finding Success in Discomfort

Finding Success in Discomfort

A person’s success in life can usually be measured by the number of uncomfortable conversations he or she is willing to have.” – Tim Ferris Success in business can be connected directly to the number of uncomfortable conversations you are willing to have. Why? It’s because people have a natural tendency to steer clear of…

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The 4 C’s of an Amazing Customer Experience

The 4 C’s of an Amazing Customer Experience

The days of laying down canvas tarps in the hallway, giving the workspace a light sweep, and leaving a note for your client are over. The truth is; living in a home through a remodeling project is a highly stressful experience for the homeowner. (Yes, you are living there.) But don’t fret. With the proper…

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