Understanding The Flaws Of Your Business

4 Tips To Save Money When Staging Your Home To Sell

If you are thinking about staging your home to sell, you might feel as if you are making a good decision. After all, a home that is nicely staged can be sold a whole lot more quickly, and you may want to do what you can to sell your home as quickly as possible. However, one thing that might concern you is the amount that you may have to spend in order to stage your home to sell. Read More 

5 Tips For Keeping Your Carpet Looking As Good As New

Carpet can be a great flooring choice if you want something that is comfortable under your feet, provides a soft playing surface for children, and keeps sounds from echoing in the house. One of the downsides of carpet compared to other flooring choices is the fact that it can begin to look worn and stained if it is not taken care of properly. Luckily, there are several things you can do to protect your financial investment and keep your carpet looking as good as new. Read More 

Tips For Managing The Mail At Home

Paper mail is one of the biggest sources of clutter in many households. The mail you receive at home can easily take over your living space if you don't handle it in an organized fashion. The following tips will help you manage your paper mail, to prevent paper advertisements and bills from cluttering your coffee table, shelves and work desk. Opt Out of Junk Mail Junk mail is a big source of the paper that people receive through the post. Read More 

4 Reasons To Have A Custom Pond Liner Fabricated Instead Of Working With A Standard Roll

When most business owners decide to have a water feature installed to add a little natural beauty to their company's property, they hire a team of installers to cut and seal together sheets of rubber or plastic pond liner cut from a standard sized roll. However, paying a pond liner manufacturer to cut and form a custom shell for the pond is a far smarter option, even when it costs more. Read More 

Four Live Chat Mistakes That Will Annoy Your Customers: Advice For Online Retailers

Live chat is a great way to interact with online customers who need help and advice. In fact, surveys show that live chat can have the highest customer satisfaction levels for any contact method, with 73 percent satisfaction versus 44 percent for a conventional telephone call. Nonetheless, if you don't manage your live chat service effectively, you may do more harm than good. Review your live chat strategy, and make sure you aren't committing any of the following mistakes. Read More 

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Understanding The Flaws Of Your Business

After a few disappointing quarters, I realized that we had to do something to turn our business around. I started focusing heavily on lowering expenses and trying to attract new business, but it was really frustrating. I decided to hire a venture capitalist and a business consultant to help me to address the inherent flaws of my business, and they made a huge difference. They pointed out things that I had never thought of before, and it was really helpful. This blog is all about coming to grips with the things that you are doing wrong in your business, and knowing how to change them.