A Key To Accountability — Company Meetings

You probably know that industry guru and long-time Remodeling columnist, Linda Case, is the founder of Remodelers Advantage. We were recently talking about the importance of company meetings and below, she shares some thoughts with you. Meetings Are they time-wasters, money-squanderers, gripe sessions, and ill-planned interruptions to actually getting work done?  That’s what many remodelers…

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Is Head Trash Holding You Back?

For the last 25 years or so, Linda Case and I have worked with owners of remodeling companies and have had the wonderful opportunity to get to know many of them very well. From time to time, we work with someone who has a hard time accepting that the ideas we are presenting can make…

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Ten Steps for Creating a Culture of Commitment and Accountability

We all say that we want our people to be accountable and responsible for their actions, but are we doing what it takes to achieve these results? Here are my suggestions for building this culture within your remodeling company. Communicate to everyone that accountability and commitment are important! Then model it! If you’ve made a…

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Looking for Marketing that Works!

Since many of the traditional marketing tactics are no longer working, everyone is searching for the silver bullets. Our friend, Leah Thayer, asked remodelers to share their best marketing tactics with her in her Daily5Remodel. Many of the responses she received were from our Remodelers Advantage members. Check out what these savvy business owners had…

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Tapping Into The Valuable Realtor Network

Face-to-face marketing is what’s working best today. But getting face-to-face with enough people can be daunting. Instead of focusing on individuals, think about how you can get in front of groups of people who can send business your way. That’s exactly what one of our longtime Roundtables™ members did and he’s reaping the rewards. Read…

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Does Soft Marketing Really Work?

When money is tight, it can be hard to invest in what some business owners might consider soft marketing like relationship building parties and events. But for longtime Roundtables™ member, Steve Rehder, it was worth every penny. Here’s his story. When Rehder Construction, Inc., turned 30 this year, company president and CEO Steve Rehder and…

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