What do you want out of your Restoration Business?

This is Part 1 of a series taken from the our new E-Course "show notes"
 45 Days to build a STRONG restoration company. 

Let's go back to the beginning and take a journey. 

Or maybe you are at the beginning and are wondering which direction to take.

Walk with me for a bit. 

 


 

As we start this journey together, it is important that we remember that we are…. well, at the beginning.
All successful efforts and endeavors start with a clear vision and goals. Not only for ourselves, but as we build a team to help us, the importance of this omni present vision will be among the most critical assets you have. 

Do you ever just not know where to start or how to do what MUST be done? You ask yourself if this is all worth it. 

Today our focus will be on never ever having a feeling that you are unclear and you show up at your office and not know what to do or what to do next.
This clarity and confidence will help you in marketing, team...

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10 Fundamental Needs to Start a Restoration Business.

Sitting up late this weekend and writing out some foundational pieces to a larger program we been building. Wanted to share a few that we just don't feel anyone should have to wait for.

First, let's set the stage for the audience and the reason for the program. It's a blueprint of sorts.

The intended audience is geared for the restoration/ remediation contractor. But the principles certainly lend direction to any business.

This will act as a blueprint for the dozens of requests we get per month from clients and not clients alike.
We feel that having an easy to read and follow system would help the entrepreneurial business owner manage a small to medium firm and not get into the hampster wheel of being forever IN the business.

This is a shorter version


1. Start with a plan.

This may seem "obvious" but I can promise it's far too often overlooked or even generally overlooked.

What is your service? Will you be multi service? You need to understand the myth of multi-tasking and avoid the...

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Stop managing. Start leading.

The great Steve Jobs was quoted as saying, “Management is about persuading people to do things they do not want to do, while leadership is about inspiring people to do things they never thought they could.”

Business owners that are hyper-focused on surviving get caught up in managing. There is a sense of security when they are involved in the day to day operations. They feel connected to the business, but they are living the E-Myth (as described by the book written by Michael Gerber). Arguably they have a vision and mission that prompted them to start the business, but they aren’t sure how to accomplish their dreams. Leadership is a struggle for most small to mid sized businesses.

Good leaders know that they are the best when they help others reach their goals. Leaders create more leaders because they are really good at educating, delegating, and course correcting when things don’t go as planned.

Lo Kidd, the Content Manager at Trainual wrote an excellent...

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