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Bryan Clayton
Attended Middle Tennessee State University
Lives in Nashville, TN
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What do small business owners read in their spare time? (We know: What spare time?) NCR polled more than 50 small business owners to discover their favorite business books and what lessons they learned from them. The winner “The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What To Do About It” by Michael...
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The inspiration needed to solve a business problem may be found away from your desk, according to these 7 small-business owners.
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Shares 0 This article is written by Bryan Clayton, Founder and CEO of Green Pal. I’ve been an entrepreneur my entire life. I starting mowing lawns in high school and little by little my lawn mowing business grew each year, to ultimately a 125 person organization 15 years later. Recently, after selling my lawn mowing company, …
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As the saying goes, you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Traditional wisdom holds that that people form their first impression of you within seven seconds. A newer study done by…
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There comes a point in every business owner’s journey when they begin to question whether or not they want to grow their business. In fact, for most entrepreneurs, that question will come up more than once throughout their careers. We asked five business owners for their advice when it comes to growth: When should you …
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GreenPal, after helping more than 5,000 homeowners in Atlanta find law care pros, announced it is extending its service area to Marietta.
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Most home owners spend thousands of dollars each year sprucing their lawns. Gone are the days you would pay your neighbours kid to mow your lawn for just 5 bucks. Home owners associations have gone...
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This week on our Friends on Friday guest blog post, my colleague Donna Cutting writes about the crucial first and last impressions businesses make on their customers. People say the first impression is important. I would say that equally important is the last impression. The last impression is a lasting impression! – Shep Hyken As the …
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The three most effective ways to establish or renovate your lawn are aerating and over-seeding, hydroseeding and laying sod. Here are the cost and benefit of each.
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15 year landscape industry veteran, currently on my second act of entrepreneurial journey
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    Business, 1998 - 2002
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This place is not worth the money. The units have a tiny water heater, only 3 mins of warm water in a shower, management refuses to do anything about it. I also feel like a child in a dorm here with the way mgmt is always barking orders and changing things on me. Go live at Pine Street or somewhere else nice for the $2500 a month.
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