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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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What Happened to Customer Service?

Ok, so this might be a bit of a rant, but bear with me. Being in sales, customer service is always at the forefront of my mind. I try and take note of exceptional customer service and sales techniques when interacting with other companies, whether for personal or business purposes. Conversely, I also recognize when […]

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Hurricane Season is Fast Approaching

As the 2014 hurricane season approaches its start date of June 1, the preparation as an insurance agent and homeowner starts now. Living in beautiful South Florida brings weeks of sunshine and warm temperatures, even during the winter months, but it also presents some challenges. Perhaps the biggest challenge falls between June 1 and November […]

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How to Deal with Water Damage

There will be a point when most homeowners will deal with some sort of water intrusion in their home. The more common causes are: broken pipes in walls, toilet overflow, hot water heater failure, washing machine malfunction, dishwasher glitch, or water entering the structure from the outside. Given the fact that we live in beautiful […]

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Why I Dislike New Year’s Resolutions and You Should Too….

Every year January 1st rolls around, and every year I see the gym I go to get slam packed for that first month of the year. When I say packed, I mean so busy that I second guess working out during the month of January. However, when February rolls around, the place turns back into a […]

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Achieving Success

Success is defined in the Meriam-Webster’s dictionary as “the fact of getting or achieving wealth, respect, or fame” and “the correct or desired result of an attempt.” Often times the world we live in defines a successful person in the same manner as the first definition above; as one who is wealthy, well respected or […]

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The Importance of Partnering with the Right Company

As an insurance professional, it is extremely important to choose the right companies to partner with, whether it is an auto glass company or a property restoration firm.  When you are in the insurance industry, a referral can be a scary thing to make, seeing as though you are putting your customer in the hands of another company, […]

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Time Management

The older I get, the more I realize the importance of time management. Lately, many customers and co-workers have been lamenting over the fact that there is just not enough time in a day. While I agree that time moves quickly, there are many ways we can take advantage of the time we do have.  […]

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