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Balancing Work and Life Strategies for Maintaining Well-being in the Painting Industry

Early in their careers, many painters prioritize their professional growth, often at the expense of their mental health and personal lives. With its unique demands and irregular work hours, the painting industry can quickly lead to burnout if not managed properly. Prioritizing strategies for maintaining well-being in the painting industry is essential for sustaining individual […]

One Painter’s Story

For a while now I have seen a lot of articles like this here at BP about the importance of having a website for your business and I was one of those people that was perfectly fine continuing business as is. “Word of mouth is good enough for me” That is until a good friend […]

Hiring, Firing and Training

There are several things to consider when you think about what type of work you want to do. Generally speaking, it’s better to do a few things well rather than trying to do it all. Consider what types of work are available in your area, what you are best equipped to do and what it […]

Catchlight Painting Y.E.S Program

How We Ran a Successful Community Based Promotion as a Local Business   At Catchlight Painting, we’re always looking for creative ways to raise awareness of our residential painting company and our desire to be recognized as a community partner. When DYB business coach, Steve Burnett shared an initiative he’d used successfully to brand his […]

What if you actually love what you do?

Craftsman vs. Entrepreneur I approached the PDCA expo in New Orleans with a naïve attitude. This became clear to me as I presented both my educational topic and my argument in the ‘throw down’ debate. I tailored these presentations to people like me: someone who has strong business acumen and someone who leads their crew […]