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Becky Wiedemann


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6 Ways to Make A Small Kitchen Look Large

By Becky Wiedemann on Nov 7, 2017 9:22:20 AM

Sometimes a small kitchen is a reality, and that’s okay, but that doesn’t mean it has to FEEL tiny. It is very possible to create an airier feeling in a small space, while creating extra room with a few design hacks, AND still keeping style, personality, and functionality. In no particular order, let the wild faux-spaciousness tips begin!

Topics: Design Trends
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Tucson Fall Conference Recap

By Becky Wiedemann on Oct 25, 2017 12:06:09 PM

Another conference has come and gone and boy, was it a blast! Tucson, AZ was the perfect backdrop for the Fall educational and networking event with Members, Vendor Partners, and Guests.

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Handling Objections Successfully

By Becky Wiedemann on Jul 25, 2017 4:38:01 PM

More than likely, you've come up against ojbections from a client before. Maybe, more often than you'd like. But how you handle it can make the difference in ultimately gaining the sale, or not. Dale Carnegie has developed a powerful, structured response to handling objections and a few of the steps are outlined below.

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Marketing Your Integrity Enhances Profitability

By Becky Wiedemann on Jun 12, 2017 3:11:58 PM

Ten years ago Faith Popcorn, the futurist guru, wrote “what will make us buy one product over another is a feeling of partnership with the seller” … “that decency is not only the only way to behave, but decency can also be profitable” … and “we want to buy from a person … a person whom we trust.”

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Top 10 Best Practices to Make Your Business Stronger

By Becky Wiedemann on Feb 8, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Having launched the kitchen/bath industry’s first buying and business development group in 1994, the SEN Management Team has had an opportunity to work with hundreds of design firm owners. We have analyzed their financial statements, studied their business models up close and personal, critiqued their operations onsite, and coached owners for many months on end …. and through both good and bad economic times.

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