Your work is vital; rather than worrying about your price, recognize and sell the value you bring to a project.
I’m addicted to the creature comforts that my home provides. Those comforts are provided by skilled workers in the construction industry.
Construction can be a tough business, dealing with clients who don’t realize what we’re worth, while our bodies take a beating to make their homes better.
If sales have dropped off significantly or you’re under a stay-at-home order, here are 3 things that you need to do now for both your business and your family.
Michael Stone offers suggestions on how to keep your construction business strong during this Coronavirus emergency.
Many contractors who write us are having a problem with their business, and in many cases, it’s because the contractor has lost focus on what’s important.
Ever had a day, maybe a week, where you said, “That’s it, I’m done. Enough already.” You wanted to put a sign in the front window: “FOR SALE: One Construction Company, CHEAP! (I’ll pay you to take this stupid thing off my hands.)”
Have you ever had a client go behind your back and ask your employees and/or subcontractors to work for them outside your company?
I talk with contractors all the time who miss one opportunity after another and never seem to connect the cost of this miss.
Are you getting the most out of your day? Are you taking advantage of your time here, to do your best, both for yourself and your family?
This quote from Jim Rohn is particularly true for construction business owners. There are a lot of things that need to be done and we need the discipline to do them.