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The Compassionate (but Ultra-Successful) Leader

Being compassionate and caring is a skill that comes naturally to many leaders. But what happens when employees or direct reports perceive a leader’s compassionate spirit to be a weakness? Or what if, in your [...]

Success in the Numbers – Part 1 Overhead Myths and Musts

Building and remodeling homes is complex business - the variables are countless.  The business of building requires much more than technical expertise.  It requires financial expertise!  Success is in the numbers, and without a commitment [...]

The Strategic Builder; What is Your Plan?

The building industry is loaded with opportunity unlike any we’ve seen since pre-2008. That translates into a terrific season to grow your building business and capture blazing profits. Taking away two nearly insurmountable obstacles of [...]

Leadership by Inclusion – Inciting Change for Success

How does your business need to change? Every business, after all, is in some state of flux at any given moment, reaching for new levels of success while struggling against the common challenges of varying [...]

How Can I Find (and Keep) Enough Good Employees?

“Help! I can’t find enough good people.” That’s a common phrase among builders, remodelers and trades people around our country these days. It seems our labor force has taken some serious hits since the recession, [...]

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Success Must Be Defined Before It’s Achieved

Over the years I’ve witnessed many business owners struggling with frustration, stress and self-doubt, all of which takes a very real toll on them both personally and professionally. I know what it’s like because I [...]