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Management

It's easy to start a business. It's difficult to grow it to create a healthy, thriving company. In this section, you will discover expert advice on how to effectively start, manage and operate a cleaning or restoration business. From hiring and firing, better staff management, implementing management tools in small and large operations, it's important to make necessary changes in your business to ensure that you succeed in this industry.

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Treat Them Like Gold

Small service businesses can solve their business building challenges by doing this one thing.
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Selling your business

BIRMINGHAM — In this three-part Commercial Cash Flow column featured, regular contributor Fred Geyen helps readers see the actual value of their businesses.


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Our Habits

Are your habits helping you to be great, or are they helping you to fail?
Are your habits helping you to be great, or are they helping you to fail?
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The Value of the ‘Attaboy!’

When your employees do it right, let them know. Immediately.
When your employees do it right, let them know. Immediately.
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Greater Cincinnati Green Business Council’s energy-saving tips

CINCINNATI —Eight ways to lower business costs while conserving energy.


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October 2014

Sorry. It's Just Not Working Out.

(But please don’t tell anyone.)
The trials and tribulations of dealing with challenging customers.
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October 2014

Are you Wolfgang?

Challenge: How to delegate more effectively.

Challenge: How to delegate more effectively.


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October 2014

Pulling Back the Curtain

You don’t need magic to calculate your business’s value.

In this month's Commercial Cash, we learn how to properly value a business before putting it up for sale.


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October 2014

Gifting Your Business

Why to do it and how to make the process go smoothly.

Business valuation expert Trisch Garthoeffiner explains how to begin the process of transferring your business, or "gifting," to someone else.


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October 2014

Do You Think Like an Entrepreneur?

This month's Single Truck Success looks at the importance of thinking like an entrepreneur, rather than an employee.
Shifting from employee thinking to entrepreneurial thinking is a must.
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