How Well Do You Know Your Financial Numbers?

There are 2 shows on TV that I thoroughly enjoy: The Profit on CNBC and ABC’s Shark Tank. If you are in business, which you more than likely are, I highly recommend you watch a few episodes. Viewers get the opportunity to look inside a “failing” business or hear a pitch from a business in need

Personal Growth

According to research, about 90% of people who set New Year’s Resolutions have already abandoned them. Meaning that, unfortunately, personal or professional growth has again been put on the back burner. The daily demands of life have tricked us into thinking that we are too busy to devote time to growth, regardless of how important

Undeveloped Managers

According to the Harvard Business Review, one of the most important positions in business is a mid-level manager, someone who interacts with employees on a daily basis. This position is imperative to the health and profitability of an organization. Therefore, it seems odd to me that owners and VPs of different departments do not spend

Expansion to Southwest Florida!!!

Exciting news! As an organization, Joe Taylor Restoration believes that providing the highest level of customer service is the most important thing. Our customers have been convinced of that fact and have paid us the highest compliment we could receive, asking us to expand our services to other areas in the state of Florida. Today

Business Growth

I am a big fan of the TV show “The Profit” on CNBC. It is about an entrepreneur named Marcus Lemonis (owner of Camping World) who helps turn failing businesses around, or takes mildly successful businesses to the next level. Marcus comes in and points out trouble areas or areas of opportunity very quickly, all