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Throw Out Your Time Management App: Here’s The Best Way to MASTER Your Time

Tuesday, March, 3rd, 2015 at 7:00 am by Mike J. Agugliaro

There are many time management apps available online or for your mobile phone – and they’re like crack. It’s easy to become addicted to these tools. We feel like we’re really getting a handle on our hectic schedule by finding and implementing the latest time management app. But they’re bad for you and your business. Here’s why… Time is one of your most valuable assets. In fact, I’d even argue that it’s potentially more valuable 

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Home ServiceMax out now!!!

Thursday, February, 12th, 2015 at 2:44 pm by Mike J. Agugliaro

Hi guys, I have just launched a new magazine for home service business owners, Home ServiceMax. Its a free online magazine, available now its designed to help service business owners improve their sales, marketing, finance, human resources and customer service! We all know that running a service company can be brutally competitive and you cant always solely rely on the technical skills of your trade. You need to be a savvy entrepreneur who’s well-versed [Read More...]

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Business Breakthrough: How to Read Books for Greatest Results

Wednesday, February, 11th, 2015 at 8:00 pm by Mike J. Agugliaro

Hey, Mike Agugliaro here bringing you another episode of ServiceKeyTV, and yes, I’m looking at you. Today’s episode is going to be really cool. It’s a fast track acceleration method on how to go about and read a book. Not just read a book. What do you do with books, how do you make it so that you have a system as you’re going through books. You’re getting the most out of the book that 

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4 Tips For Hiring Better Employees

Tuesday, February, 10th, 2015 at 7:30 am by Mike J. Agugliaro

When a tradesman makes the move from working for a service business owner to becoming the owner of their own service business, one of the biggest shocks they encounter is how difficult it is to find, train, manage, and retain employees. It is one of the hardest parts of owning any business. Adding people creates complexity and sometimes conflict, and each person has their own motivations for the decisions they make. Employees also become your 

As service business owners, we’ve faced many different kinds of customers. Some clients are amazing people who truly appreciate the help we give and willingly pay for our service and expertise. And, unfortunately, some clients are less desirable, perhaps asking us to do additional unpaid work and then complaining about the result. For most service business owners, the mindset is: “I’ll take the bad with the good.” They think it’s all part of the job.