For those who aren’t familiar, project-based schedules exist with one main idea in mind – as long as the projects are completed and the deadlines are met, the hours in which the work gets done are flexible. It’s time to throw out the obsession with the timeclock, and focus on the quality of work, employees’…
by Jessi Burg Starting and growing a business is all about making sales. Without sales, you have no revenue, and without revenue, you have no business. But making sales often […]
by Otisa Eads Inclusivity may be an easy concept to understand, but it is harder to implement and maintain within an organization. What do I mean by that? Well, I […]
What are some valid reasons to fire a client, and how do you go about doing it politely? Today’s blog brings you tips for letting bad clients go, and tricks for sharpening your radar to catch these unfortunate customers before they land in your sales net.
by Jessi Burg and Kelly Sullivan Today’s blog post is the first in a new series at Outgrow Your Garage about the unique relationship that entrepreneurs have with holidays. Starting […]
Today’s blog post focuses on a different ways of ensuring that you can pay yourself – regardless of the size of your business.
From a business perspective, management training just makes sense. By growing and developing the talent you already have, you save on hiring costs.
At Outgrow Your Garage, we have an “Airing of the Grievances”. It’s an important tradition where we talk about what’s working in the business and what isn’t. Afterward, we have a priority list of systemic and operational needs to help us scale across all departments. Everyone is invested in creating solutions when they help identify…
by Jessi Burg One of the biggest sources of confusion and frustration for many small businesses is finances, pricing, and planning for future growth. While we do have a course […]