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Decision Making Becomes Easier When You Filter The Decisions Through Our VALUES

Posted by on May 11, 2019 in Featured Articles | 0 comments

It was 4:45PM and I was visiting one of our locations on my way to a 5:30PM networking event. I got a call on my cell phone from one of our very experienced managers named Jason, and he had a question. Jason began the conversation with, “I’ve come across something that I don’t know that I have ever come across before”. He then relayed to me that he had a customer call in for a price on 200 corrugated signs. Since this is a good profitable order, my attention perked, but then he went on to explain that the customer wanted us to print these...

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A Diverse Panel Of Leaders Share Their Leadership Stories And Lessons Learned Throughout Their Business Growth

Posted by on May 10, 2019 in Featured Articles | 0 comments

A Diverse Panel Of Leaders Share Their Leadership Stories And Lessons Learned Throughout Their Business Growth Moderator – Michael Metzger – Murphy Business Come get your questions answered from a panel of real world leaders.   Francine Landa – Boulevard Flower Gardens Deana Oseguera – Pride Staff Francis Christman – Ivy Mill Partners Matthew Steilberg – C & F Bank Rob White – Fast Signs   Tuesday, June 4, 2019 Thunderbolt Karting 1365 Carmia Way, Richmond, VA 23235 NEW TIME –...

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Lead. Learn. Grow. Podcast Episode 5 – Rob White, Fastsigns of Richmond

Posted by on May 10, 2019 in Featured Articles | 0 comments

Episode 005 of the Lead. Learn. Grow. podcast features Rob White, the owner of Fastsigns of Richmond. Rob shares his thoughts on business ownership and how franchises operate. He also has some tremendously insightful thoughts on creating a company culture. Rob hires and fires based on the values and mission that make his company culture – and he offers some great insights.   https://www.green.sandler.com/blog/podcast-rob-white   In addition, we talk about some general leadership topics as well as how he thinks about faith in...

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LOVE/PASSION/RESPECT: Showing Respect For Everyone By Treating Others As You Would Like For Them To Treat You

Posted by on Apr 16, 2019 in Featured Articles | 0 comments

Norman is not only a fantastic FASTSIGNS Visual Communication Specialist but he is also a great Dad and a great guy! Norman was returning an event with one of his two amazing kids on a recent Saturday when he saw a familiar looking object on the side of the road. He stopped his car by pulling off of the road and walked to the object to get a better look. After further inspection, Norman was immediately relieved that the wallet, left abandoned on the side of the road was not his, but that relief quickly changed to concern for whomever the...

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Giving BackTo Those In Need Doesn’t Always Involve Money

Posted by on Apr 16, 2019 in Featured Articles | 0 comments

Giving BackTo Those In Need Doesn’t Always Involve Money

  Mike Gates has a great attitude. He is always in a good mood and always quick with a laugh. Mike is also a guy that not only knows a lot about printing and signage, but he knows a lot about a lot of things! Mike is an avid sports fan, music lover, and he drives one of the coolest cars that you will ever see, a 1996 Lincoln Town car. Having an affinity for cars, and a knowledge of a lot of things, Mike knows the sound of a car that is in need of repair. One Saturday, Mike, as the manager of FASTSIGNS West End-Richmond, was in the office...

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A Focus On The Client Even When We Make Mistakes

Posted by on Apr 16, 2019 in Featured Articles | 0 comments

Jae does a fantastic job as an Inside Sales Representative/Visual Communication specialist for the FASTSIGNS of Southern Richmond. Jae is not only very articulate, with a keen eye for detail and design, but he is one of the most organized people that I ever had the privilege of working with. Even with highly tuned skills an awesome attitude and the best intentions, in business mistakes will happen. It is often how we react to the mistakes that leaves the impression with the customer and not the original mistake. Jae recently consulted with a...

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Trexlo Values Article

Posted by on Apr 16, 2019 in Featured Articles | 0 comments

At the age of 41 and with a wife and young daughter to support, I left a cushy job in the “corporate” world to start my own business. I purchased the license to operate a franchise in the property damage restoration business and although I had been managing people for big corporations for the past 16 years, I was all of a sudden, getting a wake-up call in the area of leadership. I had hired a couple of young guys to help me, in this physically demanding business, and it immediately became apparent to me, that “my” guys didn’t have the same...

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