Saturday, September 26, 2020
Hey, it’s Brandon Lewis, here at Las Vegas again. Let me ask you a question: are you playing Texas Hold ‘Em with your painting business? Let me explain: Many owners that I get on the phone with act as if they have...
Hey. It's Brandon Lewis, and I'm here in front of the house. We decided to do a little decorating this Christmas. I apologize for the noise. We live very near an urban center. Sylvia's six years old and she...
Risk Management Strategies for Painters Starting and running a business is both rewarding and fulfilling. However, it also comes with potential risks. Any company, regardless of size or industry, goes through various challenges associated with the products or services being...
Hey. it's Brandon Lewis of the APPC here. I've been on the phone with lots of APPC members. Winter is our busiest time of year, and we always bring a lot of people into our family after and during...
Hey, it's Brandon Lewis and I don't know if you can see behind me, but my gym parking lot is absolutely freaking full. And why is this the case when normally my gym parking lot has about half as...
Would you ever let one of your painters throw away a perfectly good, fresh, unopened gallon of ceiling paint? Would you ever let them convince you that it's okay to paint a house, then prime it, then...
Time management is something most painters struggle with... you are not alone! This weekend, we celebrated Sylvia’s 6the birthday with a grand tea party where she invited all of her friends. They had a great time eating dainty sandwiches, sipping...
Chances are you don’t even realize what you are doing wrong. When dealing with a business coach you get an outside perspective of the good, bad and ugly business methods being utilized within...
Is it really possible to use your painting company as a vehicle for retirement? Can you truly sell it for top dollar? Can you cash out with equity when you decide to exit the painting industry?
There are a lot of painful truths about being in the painting business, but this one may be the most painful of all: When the vast majority of painting contractors retire or leave the profession, they liquidate a few...