Pure, complete perfection does not truly exist. Even the definition of the word states “as free as possible from all flaws or defects” – which is good to see because goals should be attainable in order to be successful.
The past few months have been indescribable – nothing like we have ever seen before. Living with the restrictions that the COVID-19 pandemic has thrust upon us has become routine. We are learning to make necessary adjustments, even if these adjustments are difficult. The world is a very social place. We love to see people, face-to-face. Shake hands. Give a hug. Say hello to our favorite cashier at the grocery store. Eat at our favorite restaurants. Go to the movies or a Broadway show.
What do we even mean when we say the term “click-worthy photos” and why should you have beautiful, professional photography to showcase your completed projects? We understand it brings extra costs to a project when you hire a professional photographer, particularly one who specializes in capturing interior home designs.
Pay Yourself First (Adapted from the SEN Management and Marketing Manual)
It's so easy to go down the wrong road in this business; so easy to be side-tracked that it takes 3-4 years before a kitchen and bath dealer may fully realize a wrong turn has been made. By then he may be trapped for some time – maybe several years - with that direction before he can be extricated. In the meantime, he, his staff, and his family suffer from the consequences. Has something like this ever happened to you?
Tapping the Power of Profile Assessments
Recruiting, hiring, and building a cohesive team should be a reasonably straightforward process. Ask any business owner, and they will say it is anything but that. Due to a lack of resources, most kitchen and bath owners or managers are unable to fund an HR department, so they assume the role—all without training, experience, or genuine desire.