It was a rough spring. Super-wet. Super-cold. Delayed schedules. Lost revenues. For lawn & landscape business owners it was a tough time. Then the weather broke and it was a mad dash to get back on track and make hay. And now the dog days of summer are here. What do you do? Chill and read the blog.
Ambition is a skill. It is not something you are born with. Top business owners in the lawn & landscape industry realize the importance of producing and remembering their ambitions. Discover more on the power of big goals to launch your success. Read the blog.
What are some of the common traits of successful lawn & landscape professionals that aspiring business owners might want to cultivate? Read the blog for more on virtues and vices.
As a lawn & landscape business owner, what actions do you take given the current economic situation? “Right now, this is the epitome of get it done while you can,” said Tom Fochtman. “Make hay.” For details read the blog.
At Ceibass, our Independence Day is a time to celebrate the birth of our nation as an independent nation and a time to celebrate lawn & landscape business owners who have constituted their ambition to be financially independent. Political freedom first. Then financial freedom. For details read the blog.
In February, the industry lost one of its great leaders. David J. Frank, founder of David J. Frank Landscape Contracting, passed away after an illness. “I had the privilege of knowing David Frank,” said Tom Fochtman, Ceibass CEO. “He was one of the true pioneers of our industry.” For more, read the blog.
The enterprise value specialists at Ceibass realize that at this time of year most lawn & landscape business owners are going WACKO – spring startups, weather delays, labor shortages, taking on too much…what should you do? For details read the blog.
“The NALP Foundation is committed to growing the industry and its workforce through the Industry Growth Initiative,” said Tom Fochtman, Ceibass CEO and President-Elect, NALP Foundation. “The Industry Growth Initiative (IGI) is the most important initiative the Foundation has ever undertaken. The future of our industry is at stake.” For details read the blog.
March 20 -23, 2019, Tom Fochtman, Ceibass, CEO, was a judge at the National Collegiate Landscape Competition at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. “This is landscaping’s March Madness!” said Tom. “The best, brightest and most ambitious are here competing.” For details read the blog.
Last month the enterprise value specialists at Ceibass joined ambitious landscape pros from around the country in Denver, Colorado at GROW! 2019, the annual conference held by Marty Grunder of The Grow Group. “I want to drill down on the most important critical factor to emerge from this conference, and that is the need to develop a strong leadership team,” said Tom Fochtman, Ceibass, CEO. For more read the blog.