Introduction – The End Game If you look hard at the business practices of the most successful companies, the elite 5% of all small businesses, you will find 4 general competencies. This is not a tale of just landscape companies, it is the story of all companies that started small and became billion dollar firms. […]
As the 16th year anniversary of the September 11th 2001 terrorist attacks is upon us, we must never forget those who perished or sacrificed their lives for others.
I personally hope in some way that in our 21st century where everything is expected yesterday, and it seems that many of our attention spans are often less than the length of a 30-minute sitcom or the length of a random thought on a tweet that we continue to remember the meaning of the National Day of Service and Remembrance
In our final article for the moment on the ‘trusted Advisor’ role, you must understand that relationships with clients can change over time, and for a variety of unexpected reasons: a change in management, strategy or culture, or an adjustment in the need for assistance. In my years of running an landscape/snow consulting firm, I’ve […]
Our last newsletter covered the ‘trusted advisor’ role and explained what that looks like conceptually. This weeks newsletter I detail the specifics of the trusted advisor role in the landscape industry. Most of us in the landscape business believe we are viewed as trusted advisors. Unfortunately, many times this is not the case. Customers have […]