Our channels feature helpful advice and tips on pricing, staffing, equipment, marketing, and productivity—all with the ultimate goal of helping you launch, grow, and maintain your business.
Here are a few of our top recent videos:
One Brilliant Idea to Attract Employees
It’s a common complaint among service company owners: “There are no good employees left. There’s nobody out there. It’s impossible to find good workers.”
Many owners go all out when it comes to using marketing to get clients, but what if owners also used marketing to staff their crews?
Martha Woodward of Quality Driven Software and Dusting Divas is an expert on finding and training the highest quality employees. She has shared her valuable insights with us on many occasions. In this recent interview, she gives her number one tip to attract employees:
How to Turn $6,000 into a Big Lawn Care Company
We recently received a message from someone looking for tips on how to launch a lawn care company and “go huge” with a starting budget of $6,000.
Can it be done? Absolutely.
(In fact, you don’t even need $6,000 to get started.)
In this video, Jonathan Potoschnik gives some advice on the three things you should be focusing on when launching a new lawn care business: buying equipment, getting accounts, and keeping the right mindset.
Do you have a modest starting budget and 10 minutes to spare? Watch this:
Will you get Crushed by a National Company that does Residential Landscape Maintenance?
Mike has his eye on one of the biggest, scariest changes coming to ALL service industries:
National Companies who want to eat your business alive.
Here's Mike with some advice on how to fight back against National Companies with sound strategies... and the right mindset.
BONUS: Podcast of Jonathan's Talk from SA3
Jonathan's talk at SA3 was an instant classic. He gives you 3 Keys to Your Market and talks about the state of the service industry. It's an awesome talk and we know you'll get a lot from it. If you're interested in checking out the conference in the future, we'd love to see you in Dallas.