If you’re like most entrepreneurs, you are driven and want to succeed. If you didn’t have the drive and the will power to undertake your own business or enterprise, you wouldn’t call yourself an entrepreneur, right?
What can you do to jump start your business, make it grow, and take away some of the natural growing pains many entrepreneurs suffer? Here are my tips:
Added by Rex Richard on August 22, 2013 at 7:00am — No Comments
The pool industry in North America is very seasonal, which means that most businesses hire seasonal staff on an annual basis. This can sometimes be trying, because we often work with high school students who may or may not have the work ethic that leads to a well run, profitable business.
In addition to being seasonal, there is actually a lot of work that goes into a pool industry job. On the retail end of things, there is a lot of training required to…
There is no magic bullet when it comes to taking the leap into being an entrepreneur but there are some steps you can take to avoid some of the pitfalls that have befallen those that have gone before you.
In my talking and working with those with the entrepreneurial spirit, there are a few “sins” I have uncovered during my conversations:
Added by Rex Richard on August 12, 2013 at 7:14pm — No Comments
These porcelain panels are completely waterproof, frost proof, fade proof, pool chemical resistant, slip resistant, and very scratch resistant. Any image can be kiln-fired as the glaze and it will never fade. Panels are 1200mm x 2400 mm (~47.25" x 94.5") and are 10mm (~0.39") thick (smaller sizes too). The following images are an example of using the look of an exotic stone that would not otherwise hold up well to pool chemistry. For more pictures see: …Continue
Added by Monique Nelson on August 6, 2013 at 9:18am — No Comments
Blog by: Laurie Batter, originally posted on NSPF's blog at http://www.nspf.org/en/blog.aspx
It's 6am, the sun is just up, and I’m strapping on goggles and preparing for my daily lap swim. It’s a passion I have. People…Continue
Added by Laurie Batter on August 1, 2013 at 12:30pm — No Comments