Oftentimes, when small businesses start getting busy, instinctual signals and details are overlooked. These posts are meant to slow you down and remind you to read, re-read, make contractual changes if necessary, go after your money, and most importantly, to listen to “your gut.” (Many times your gut will be your best friend in business.)
Below are some tips to guide and protect you as you’re running your businesses. If you’re an avid newsletter follower, you’ve perhaps seen these posts before. But they are worth revisiting if you’re currently in business and necessary reads for new business owners — all from my personal experience.
Tips to Guide and Protect You (follow the links below):
- How to Let Your GUT Be Your Guide in Your Foreclosure Cleaning Biz, http://www.foreclosure-cleanup-blog.com/?p=231
- Foreclosure Cleanup Business — How to Avoid Getting Burned on Invoices for Jobs Completed, http://www.foreclosure-cleanup-blog.com/?p=2856
- How to Collect On Overdue Invoices in Your Foreclosure Cleanup Business, http://foreclosure-cleanup-industry.com/articles/collect.htm
- Things to Look Out For When You Receive an REO Trash Out & Foreclosure Cleanup Work Order, http://www.foreclosure-cleanup-blog.com/?p=134