Sean Donohue, Author at BodyShop Business
Stress at Your Auto Body Shop: This Too Shall Pass

As winter gives way to spring here in Northeastern Ohio, it comforts me to know that whatever strife is going on in your business or personal life will not last forever.

Collision Consolidation Craziness

The buying and selling of collision repair facilities has been fast, furious and ever-changing.

Building a Team: The Ratio of We’s to I’s

The next time you think about taking your business to the next level, assess whether you’ve truly built a team.

Motivational Quotes: Inspire Your Collision Staff

Sending inspirational quotes to your staff on a regular basis is a simple and easy way to show you care.

Heavy-Duty Collision Comes to Cleveland!

In September, yet another collision event is coming to Cleveland: the HD Repair Forum, an event dedicated to serving those involved in the collision repair work of large, heavy-duty vehicles.

The Pandemic and Employees: A New Shift?

A new employee attitude caused by COVID makes me wonder if it will permeate all industries.

Sell Your Shop or Stay in the Game: Both Sides Tell a Story

As a business owner, it can be difficult to make a decision without understanding all the aspects of a problem.

Sean Donohue Back as Publisher of BodyShop Business

After a short hiatus to focus on brand-building initiatives at Babcox Media, Sean Donohue has returned as publisher of BodyShop

James Raub: Collision Repair & Refinish Tech of Year

ASE and BodyShop Business honored Raub with the award for being the top scorer in the nation in the collision category of the ASE certification test.

It’s Time for SEMA

No other event puts all the movers and shakers of the automotive world in one place at one time to conduct business, network, learn, discuss trends and peer into the future to see where we as an industry might be headed.

The Importance of Training

Training. It’s so important, especially when you consider that we repair metal car bodies that people end up driving 75 miles per hour down a highway.

Business Tips from Dining Out

As a business owner, do you ever observe how other businesses operate and take mental notes on what you could learn from them?