I’ve heard it said that “every exit is an entry somewhere else,” but that doesn’t make creating your strategic exit plan any easier. Whether you have a vague plan of someday selling to the highest bidder, handing over your car...
I’m only an average golfer. I love the game, however, and play whenever I can. So what does golf have to do with washing cars? Recently, I had the privilege of playing with a group of friends at Pebble Beach.
With real estate prices soaring, and the car wash industry booming, some have resorted to buying properties that wouldn’t have been considered even just a few years ago. While it’s one thing for a newcomer to the industry to...
What’s it worth to you? Ever hear that expression? As a kid, did you trade marbles, or maybe baseball cards? If so, you may have asked the question yourself to a friend when he said he wanted your prized rookie baseball card or...
I’m sure you’ve all heard the expression before: “Don’t bite the hand that feeds you.”
struggled with the subtitle for this one. I started with, “Do What You Do Best and Leverage the Rest.
Ho, Ho, Ho, and Merry Christmas. That’s right, I’m writing about Christmas in February. Why? Because last December, right before the holidays,
It’s a New Year — time to sit down and ask yourself, “How exactly do I stack up?” Are you keeping up with the Joneses? I don’t mean in your local community, I mean overall, how do you rate compared to your peers?
In a world where it’s possible for a doctor to accidentally leave a watch inside a patient, it’s hard to argue against the possibility that a detailer can leave a bottle of some fruity scented chemical
Can you believe that 45 years have passed since McDonald’s first used the tagline, “You Deserve a Break Today”?
There was once an ad campaign for Oldsmobile titled “Not Your Father’s Oldsmobile.” Seeing that General Motors killed the Oldsmobile brand in 2004, and the famously bad slogan appeared in the 1980s,
Stop, drop, and roll is more than a fire-safety technique taught to children. Besides putting out a fire, it provides a comforting routine for children to focus on in order to avoid panic.
I just got off the phone with an operator asking if I had a component that could focus a jet of air at the mirrors during the drying process.
I believe the problem starts for most of us in kindergarten. First we’re taught the story of the tortoise and the hare — learning that thoughtful actions and persistence will win the day, and slow and steady wins the race.
It’s a love-hate relationship. We love bugs when they drive customers to our washes, and hate them when they refuse to leave the car without a fight. Like an illness, if caught early, they can be eradicated without too much...
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