Entrepreneurs come in many shapes and forms, but they all have at least one trait in common -- a driving passion to make a success of their business. Dan Cunado, is a prime example of a person that was driven to succeed.
Picture a Stone Age landscape contractor, perhaps a contemporary of Fred Flintstone’s. let’s Call him Ogg.Engaged
by the local cave owners’ association to cut their lawns, Ogg the
prehistoric contractor and his crew had to get down on their knees and
tear each blade of grass by hand. It took days to do a single lawn; the
payment of mastodon skins and woolly mammoth tusks hardly seemed worth
Todd Bloom grew up in a small town in the Pennsylvania
Dutch community in Philadelphia. He was instilled with a wonderful set
of values that he feels has carried him through to this day. He,
like most kids, liked adventure. Unlike most high school kids, Bloom
decided to spend his senior year abroad, as an exchange student. “It was
a terrific way to do some traveling, to see and understand how
different and diverse this world is,” said Bloom.
Eco-Green Sustainable Landscapes
Environmental consciousness is not a fad. Many people want
to take a more natural approach to everything…including their
landscapes. Not long ago, if you were a property owner
who wanted to ‘go green,’ you did so with difficulty. Landscape
companies that offered these kinds of services were few and far between.
But now they’re much easier to find.
WILDFIRE! The very word sends terror through the hearts of homeowners,
particularly those who live in “fire country.” Homes turned to ashes,
miles of blackened earth...stunned families huddled together, trying to
make sense of the tragedy. Even more tragic is the fact
that some of these losses might well have been prevented with the right
kind of landscape design, irrigation and maintenance.
Think your customers are satisfied? They very well may be. Unfortunately, customer satisfaction doesn’t always lead to customer loyalty. These days, even if your customers are completely satisfied with your product or service, 40% of them will leave you and start doing business with your competition.
When you’re busting your butt in a challenging economy to run your business—and even trying to grow it—few things are as frustrating as wasted time and effort. Each is a giant sucking sound on your company’s bottom line, but avoiding inefficiency seems like avoiding a winter cold.