I often ask business owners and managers if they are happy with their current team. The most popular answer is, “Sure…” That word is said without confidence or conviction, which indicates that I need to dig a little deeper. So, I use my standard follow-up: “Rank your team from best to worst — don’t overthink, just off the top of your head.”
I’m talking about 2016. Where did it go? We started with so much promise and expectation. Each year is a new race full of promise, hope, and challenge. Some of us exceeded the previous year, and better yet, our plan. That is a beautiful thing because it means we had a plan.
Will bring Nexstar training and best practices into ServiceTitan’s business software
November 2, 2016
ServiceTitan, a leading provider of business management software for HVAC, plumbing, and electrical residential contractors, has announced its new Nexstar Edition of ServiceTitan. Nexstar Network has teamed with ServiceTitan to bring its training and best practices into the ServiceTitan software.
The event’s 31,000 square feet of exhibiting floor space has been sold out for a month as 80 companies will fill the floor with their interactive displays. The show is geared toward HVAC, plumbing, and electrical contractors.
The information is out in cyberspace when you need it, but you have to be willing to go get it. Becoming proficient in finding information when you need it can save you time and frustration on many jobs.
Many HVAC business owners and managers who have had to break employees of bad habits can attest that while there is no exact scientific method for modifying employee behavior, there are a few common methods industry professionals swear by.
Even if you don’t fall into the 20 percent of the population that has a chronic problem with procrastination, the remaining 80 percent of people still experience procrastination from time to time. Procrastinating can jeopardize some of our goals; it’s self-sabotaging. So why do we do it?
According to industry experts, it’s all too common for contractors to make the mistake of waiting until they’re desperate to sell before properly assessing their company’s value and working to make it attractive to potential buyers.