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Dave Pomeroy’s Rule of Percentages

Dave Pomeroy’s Rule of Percentages Of the many mentors I’ve had along my way, Dave Pomeroy was one of the most insightful and entertaining people I’ve ever met. It was he that helped me accept that I would never satisfy every customer, nor should I try. I get how that might seem strange, but stay with…

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Alternative Plan

Switching to Plan B doesn’t have to be complicated

I opened my business not too long before the events of September 11th, 2001. It took years for everyone to get back to normal, but we did. Then the economic collapse of 2008…

The point is that while this pandemic crisis is different, so was 9/11 and 2008. Both were life changing, cataclysmic events that altered the way America operated….

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Plan the Dive. Dive the Plan.

It seems that at least once a week I meet with business owners who feel lost in their businesses. They feel overwhelmed with issues that take up valuable time and energy, but do little to help the bottom line. This leaves them with little to no time to address the things that do. In nearly each of these situations, I find that they have no long term plan or goal whatsoever.

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Your Employees Are Your Customers

Your employees ARE your company. If you struggle with finding good employees, and who doesn’t, what are you doing to keep your existing employees engaged and motivated to stay? The more you invest in employees who stay, the less you have to invest in constantly recruiting and training others.

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Vision is everything

If your employees always seem to be on a different page than you, it might be because you’ve never communicated your 1, 3 or even 5 year goals with them. Consider the idea of leaving on a trip. You’ve packed for the trip, and your friends have all committed to meet you there. The problem is, you haven’t shared with them the final destination.

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Stop Hiring and Start Recruiting

When you hire someone at, let’s say, $15 per hour, have you calculated the HR cost of your hiring processes, professional training, lost revenue and profits from mistakes in the field, the embarrassment of those mistakes, the cost of people laying out sick regularly, coming in to work late every Monday’s because of “car trouble”, the potential risks from

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