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Learn How to Succeed With Hardscaping

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A new CD from Marty Grunder! promises to teach companies how to improve business.

Marty Grunder | October 26, 2009

Marty Grunder! Inc., a business consulting company that provides speaking, training and consulting services to entrepreneuers and business leaders, has announced the release of a new informational CD, "Five Steps to Success in Hardscaping."

Listen to Marty Grunder interview Matt Caruso, founder and president of Decra-Scape, a multimillion-dollar hardscaping giant based in Sterling Heights, Mich.

Some offerings from the CD:

-It's OK to ask for help
-What you need to understand before getting into the hardscape industry
-The importance of systems, most importantly, an estimating system
-The part logistics plays in the successful completion of projects
-The importance of getting involved
-With a plan, you will never get lost.

Marty Grunder! insists that while the CD won't do the work for you, it will definitely point you in the right direction to getting your hardscaping company off the ground or help you get your current hardscape division running like a well-oiled machine.

The CD is available for $49 at http://www.martygrundermotivationalspeaker.com/store/5-steps-to-success-in-hardscaping/.

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