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Business Spotlight: Best Service Auto Glass Replacement

BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT

Best Service Auto Glass

They pride themselves with the utmost customer service for your auto glass replacements! Best Service Auto Glass specializes in auto glass repair and replacements. Free mobile service to your location either at home, work or any location. They provide reliable and on-time service to their fleet and wholesale accounts.

WHAT THEY OFFER

  • FREE FRIENDLY QUOTES – CALL US FOR A FREE NO OBLIGATION PRICE QUOTE 7 DAYS A WEEK 24/7
  • FREE MOBILE SERVICE TO YOUR HOME, WORK OR ANY LOCATION. THEY COVER THE GREATER SACRAMENTO AND ALL SURROUNDING AREAS
  • FREE GLASS CLEANUP WE VACUUM OUT THE BROKEN GLASS FROM INSIDE YOUR VEHICLE AND INSIDE THE DOOR PANELS

BUSINESS HOURS

Monday through Friday 7 am to 7 pm; Saturday 7 am to 4 pm

CONTACT INFORMATION & LOCATIONS

JOSEPH YOUNG

bestserviceautoglasses.com

(916) 842-4646 GREATER SACRAMENTO AREAS
(530) 304-7525 DAVIS-WOODLAND-DIXON VACAVILLE-FAIRFIELD-WINTERS YUBA CITY-MARYSVILLE-OLIVEHURST

PERSONAL TESTIMONY/ SERVICE REVIEW

My driver side window BEFORE Best Service Auto Glass

My driver side window AFTER Best Service Auto Glass less than 24 hours after he was contacted. Joseph came to my home with the utmost professionalism and outstanding customer service.

For your auto glass repairs and replacements, contact Best Service Auto Glass.

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Micromanagers are killers…

Especially in the workplace, micromanagers can kill motivation, creativity, and overall productivity.

It’s safe to say that a micromanager is one whose management style is obsessively controlling of the creativity and freedom of their staff or subordinate. It is one who has an “it’s my way or the highway” managing style.

When I think of a micromanager, specific thoughts and terms come to mind:

  • Control freak
  • Insecure
  • Lacks confident in their management role
  • Ineffective
  • BossZILLA
  • So annoying!!!

I saw a Somee card graphic/meme online states, ” I perform better under strict micromanagement, said NO employee ever.” After I LAUGHED OUT LOUD (for real), I thought about the sad reality of that sarcastic meme that many good employees are faced 40+ hours a week. A few questions come to my mind when I think of micromanagers in the workplace, like:

  • Do these people, identified as micromanagers, know they are micromanaging their subordinates?;
  • Is executive leadership aware of the micromanagers who are driving employees crazy and stealing the organization’s productivity?
  • Is it possible, micromanagers see their style as strategic and effective to their employer and staff retention?

I’ve read articles that offer ways for the affected staff member(s) to change their approach in dealing with the “micromanager”, but none that suggest how leadership assesses and fixes the problem of how micromanagers are killing motivation, creativity, and productivity. Is there help for good employees who HATE coming to work and have increased absenteeism just for their own sanity?

Do organizations understand the COST OF A BAD BOSS? Have you experienced having a micromanager or were you ever told you were a micromanager? COMMENT BELOW…

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Building walls??

When I think of the walls that surround me, I feel overwhelmingly anxious. Walls can be the very think you feel is blocking you or standing in the way of you reaching your goals.

What walls? Well, my unfulfilling job, debt (mainly school loans…OUCH), mediocre salary, job title/classification, fear, qualifications, etc.

I realized those “walls” didn’t have to be a bad thing and how I looked at those “walls” is what would make the difference. SHIFT YOUR PERSPECTIVE!

For instance, what if I started looking at debt as something I’m assigned to concur in this life, so I can show other people how to do the same thing. Ya know like when you take a Dave Ramsey Financial Literacy class, isn’t it more relatable to learn from someone who was ‘in your shoes’ or worse off in debt before they applied financial literacy principles and now they are debt-free?!!

I’m just saying. I realized I was my own wall. Get out your own way!

So, once I started realizing that walls didn’t have to CONFINE. Walls are meant to be climbed, jumped, painted, or torn down BUT NOT CONFINE.

What “walls” have you allowed to confine you?

Start today by SHIFTING YOUR PERSPECTIVE for the better.

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