Foreclosure Cleaning Business: Meeting with a “Partner” to Keep You on Track
Foreclosure Cleaning — How to Use Accountability Meetings to Take Your Small Business to Next Level
Accountability meetings can be an invaluable tool for small businesses like foreclosure clean-up services. This is how these meetings work: As a small business owner, after you’ve planned exactly what you want to achieve in your company and figured out how you want to get there, you will plan to meet regularly with a colleague to measure the progress you’re making in reaching your goals.
These meetings can be as formal or informal as you would like them to be. Remember, they are designed to help businesses stay on track so your company can grow, grow, grow.
How to Structure Your Foreclosure Clean-up Business Accountability Sessions
Your accountability meetings can take place based on you and your partner’s schedule. They can happen every day, every week, every month, etc. You can get together as often as you’d like. The rules are not set in stone and can be changed as necessary.
If you have a small business colleague right down the hall in your office building, or alternatively, if you work at home, and have a small business associate in your neighborhood, consider getting together at regularly established times. And remember, meeting over the telephone or via the internet (via email, Skype, cyber conferencing, etc.) will work well, too.
The point is to meet, meet regularly and try to schedule periodic foreclosure cleaning business meetings in person with your partner.
Locating an Accountability Buddy
If you don’t have someone in mind to buddy with, strategically begin your search so you get on track to propelling your business to the next level. Strike out to Chamber of Commerce meetings, small business gatherings, networking groups, meet-up outings, and the like in your city or town.
Grow Your Business with an Accountability Partner
It’s great to have a sounding board for your foreclosure cleanup business, and an accountability buddy can be invaluable in taking your REO trash out business to the next level. You’ll learn from each other and both your businesses will grow as a result.
Give it a tree and see how these informal interchanges with another entrepreneur can help you accomplish your foreclosure cleanup and small business goals.
More Grassroots Information and Other Tips and Success Strategies
There are many other quick tips and strategies to help you establish effective, informal accountability meetings with a partner. Visit http://www.foreclosure-cleanup-blog.com/?p=7790 for more information and advice about growing your foreclosure cleaning company.
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Foreclosure Cleaning: How to Get and Keep Your Small Business “Mojo” and Stay Motivated as a Small Business Owner, http://www.foreclosure-cleanup-blog.com/?p=7731
How to Handle Small Business Growing Pains: http://www.foreclosure-cleanup-blog.com/?p=7697
How to Find a Mentor for Your Foreclosure Cleanup Business, http://www.foreclosure-cleanup-blog.com/?p=6789
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Cassandra Black is a foreclosure cleaning business consultant and small business author. She has written several books, reports and forms about entrepreneurship and the foreclosure cleanup industry published by Stone Cottage Books. She is also the author of a children’s picture book about entrepreneurship entitled When I’m Big and Grown. Cassandra’s next book, How to Start & Finance a Small Business While Collecting Unemployment, will be available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble (new release date TBD).