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Do You Know Your Numbers? Take The Test!

By SEN Design Group on Nov 15, 2019 9:01:31 AM

5 Minutes. 10 Questions, Take this test to determine your level of financial know-how, and how sufficient
it is to successfully grow your operations into highly profitable small business that, if desired, could
include a chain of kitchen/bath satellite showrooms spilling over into neighboring states.

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Do You Have The Courage To Act On Business Tough Love?

By SEN Design Group on Nov 15, 2019 8:45:08 AM

When asked about the single greatest benefit that he received from critiquing a fellow colleague's
kitchen and bath design business, Gary Case (Rockville, MD) wrote: "It may be that the best way to
learn is to teach. It's also the best way to recognize the in-congruence between the advice you give, and
your own lack of compliance with that advice. Living up to what you advise others to do is then hard to

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How To Build Your Business Into An Engine For Wealth!

By SEN Design Group on Nov 14, 2019 10:39:54 AM

Yes, it is very possible to build your kitchen/bath or design/build business into an engine for
genuine wealth. The European kitchen industry serves as an excellent model to emulate. There
are six advantages that your European counterparts have acquired over the last several
decades that are keys to their impressive financial success. Indeed, their action steps have
empowered them to build chains of 20+ successful showrooms that have even spread over into
neighboring countries. What follows is a brief synopsis of each advantage.

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Best Recipe For Durable Business Success

By SEN Design Group on Nov 13, 2019 11:42:20 AM

Research proves that central to any company’s market dominance is something labeled a “SMaC Recipe” – a “set of durable operating practices that create a replicable and consistent success formula.” Indeed, the word “SMaC” stands for specific, methodical, and consistent. Now design firm owners in our industry may very well be specific in developing their floor plans and contractual documents for clients. But, as a group, they are mostly underdeveloped, reactive, undisciplined, and inconsistent in their business practices.

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Are You Truly Ready To Add A Sales Designer?

By SEN Design Group on Nov 13, 2019 11:04:07 AM

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