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My mom taught me Open Book Management when I was a 10-years-old ... THANKS MOM!

Posted by Steven Carse on May 2, 2019 4:44:43 PM

When it comes to Moms - mine is the best as far as I'm concerned. I have zero memories of my mom being pessimistic. She raised me (the youngest of three boys) with a smile on her face the entire time.

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Grow Before you start saying No ... why doing things that don't make complete sense makes total sense

Posted by Steven Carse on Mar 23, 2019 9:00:00 AM

When we started King of Pops, we were up for anything.

If someone asked us to show up somewhere, or take a meeting or sell at a store we did it. I believe it is a big reason we were successful. We did all kinds of things that were never in our plans.

  • Cater pops at a burning-man-themed Bat Mitzfah ✅
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The Opposite of Undercover Boss: How leading from the front is a part of King of Pops culture.

Posted by Steven Carse on Feb 4, 2019 10:35:53 PM

I spent last night at the Super Bowl.

I'm not a fan of the Rams or Patriots ...

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Tags: featured, Biz That Matters, Core Values, Get Sweaty

Small Giants or Just Small? How considering less allowed us to do more (A Zingerman's Shoutout)

Posted by Steven Carse on Dec 22, 2018 7:00:00 AM

By 2014 our herd of King of Pops carts had turned into a successful small company.

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Finding your Company's Purpose: Complicating the Uncomplicated

Posted by Steven Carse on Aug 30, 2018 1:49:31 PM

I've found that trying to identify a company's purpose is one of the easiest ways to induce a headache.

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Trickle Down Kindness

Posted by Ali Mills on May 15, 2018 1:36:16 PM

When most people think of ‘customer service’ they consider how an employee may treat a potential paying customer. In a retail setting, perhaps that involves guests being greeted upon entering a store and thanked when they leave. In a corporate environment, maybe customer service involves active listening and handling complaints.

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Tags: culture, Build Your Community, Be The Office Hero, Biz That Matters, Lead Your Company, Property Management

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