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I get a lot of my work done in the car ride to work. The rest of the day is just technical stuff. That’s the part where I get my hands a bit dirty. But Critical thinking time is critical. And thinking is critical.

They say that a marathon runner will achieve greater success on race day if he or she has run the race over and over in his/her mind a few times. The mental stimulus is such that the mind is tricked into believing the race has already been run. Preparation and planning is key to everything. In the words of Success Magazine editor Darren Hardy “A day is won before it has begun”.

So what are you doing about winning the day? Ask yourself a few questions. Are you organized? Is your staff organized? If you’re running several tech teams or mobile service crews on any given day, do they all know where they need to be?

Scheduling time is important. But it’s only possible when you’re got systems in place to free up that time. Take some time to research software programs that can simplify your life. Take the time to do this so that next week you can take some time to just sit and think.

Robert Ducharme is CEO of Routezilla, a one-of-a-kind Geography driven customer scheduling software that is designed for service companies who must visit customer locations and need to deliver top notch customer service. By asking the right questions of your customers Routezilla is able to offer fully automated customer service to your customers.

“The US on-demand home services sector currently stands at $600 billion. It has shown a steadfast growth during the pandemic and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 49% by 2021. Do you have the workflow methods in place to keep up.”

Robert Ducharme,CEO

Routezilla Software Corp.

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