There are times when our enthusiasm seems to wane and we are losing our drive and energy.
It can happen to the best of us and usually does at one time or another.
It is a potentially dangerous time and one that can happen before we know it. As owners of a successful Carpet Cleaning Company we need to work to prevent this from happening.
How do we do this, here are some ideas that will help:
- Be receptive of new ideas. Newness often means change which many of us at first resist. Do not resist change, embrace it.
- Keep on learning. Never stop keeping up with the growing body of knowledge about your field. One way to accomplish this is by attending the Bane-Clene® Institute. Even if you have been before it never hurts to attend a refresher course. Read, learn - keep up to date.
- Capture your insights. Too many of us have good ideas, then ignore or forget them. The essence of creative thinking is the flash of insight. Such insights are often priceless and open up entirely new opportunities.
- Think, question, be curious about problems. Every business has them don’t run away from them. Think them through to a logical conclusion.
If we are uncertain about things, we may have problems. However, people with an open mind and enthusiasm, will continue to search for solutions to those problems.
Related Information and Articles:
- Building Your Own Carpet Cleaning Business
- Eleven Commandments of Good Business
- The 15 Factors of Success in Carpet Cleaning Business
- Training for Cleaning Professional Companies
- Twenty Steps to Success
- What Makes a Company Successful in the Carpet Cleaning Business?
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The Bane-Clene® Team.
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