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How To Run A Successful Car Dealership 


Car dealerships that sell expensive new cars in particular, are among the few businesses yet to be substituted by an ecommerce website. In a digital world, there’s still something about the good old-fashioned car-buying experiences that people crave. After all, many people love the chance to kick the tires and take a test drive. If you own or manage a car dealership, people want to know more about their vehicles, try those engines, and experience top-notch service. So, how can you make this happen in your car…

As the calendar turns to October, I wanted to take a moment to wish you a fantastic month ahead.

October has always held a special place in my heart with its crisp, autumnal charm and the promise of exciting changes. It's the season of vibrant foliage, pumpkin-spiced everything, and cozy sweaters – a perfect time to embrace the beauty of transformation.


EOS® (The Entrepreneurial Operating System®) (www.eosworldwide.com) is a powerful system that takes a holistic self-sustaining approach to building a great company. It helps a business owner get the most out of their business. As a result, companies: Crystallize their vision, getting everyone on the same page and rowing in the same direction Gain tremendous traction by building discipline and accountability into the organization while…

How To Keep Your Construction Site Safe In Bad Weather 


When it comes to construction projects, there are lots of different things that can cause problems, from lack of personnel to tight budgets, but one that you might not have considered is the weather. 


However, the fact is that bad weather can really slow down any construction project, and whether it’s heavy rain, snow, strong winds, or even extremely hot temperatures, it can cause a lot of issues - including making the site unsafe for people to work on. With that in mind, here are some of the things…


Hiring For The Construction Trades

Brian Drucks, CEO of WhereTradesGo.com will share his experience trying to hire tradespeople for his 4th generation commercial construction company as well as in his role as Apprenticeship Trustee for the IUPAT. These experiences lead Brian to develop the new WTG app. He will discuss how the new app can help contractors find Skilled Tradespeople and Sub-Contractors for all trades, whether full…

In any business, you are frequently going to need to hire employees. And when you do, you have to make sure that you are doing so in the best way possible. In other words, you need to know about all the necessary steps you need to take, and due diligence you need to go through, in order to make sure you are doing it right. In this post, we are going to take a look at some of the major examples of these, to help you ensure you are approaching the matter of hiring people in the right way.


Let’s be honest; the digital age has brought loads of perks. You can Zoom from your couch, meet clients while still in your PJs, and send out a tweet to thousands in seconds. But as every seasoned entrepreneur knows, not everything about the online space is golden. Let’s chat about why it might be worth stepping out from behind that computer screen and shaking some hands in the real world.

There are many things you need to protect your business from, but one thing that you hope not to have to deal with is dishonest employees. While many employees simply want to do their jobs well, there is always a risk of unscrupulous employees who want to take advantage of your business. There are also risks from employees who might not mean any harm but who can accidentally cause problems with the mistakes that they make. So how can you prevent these issues from happening and protect your business from your employees?


You can take steps at various stages, from the moment…

The College to Career Season is On
College to career planning begins even before the drop of leaves and the shift in the winds. Summer closes, and the seriousness of the Fall returns to households and all who support the education-seeking student. This year, by all indications, will be another fun and exciting experience. To help, I'm flying above the crowd to identify what's on the radar. 


Calming the Waters


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September 2023