We want to share a note we received earlier this month about hard work and gratitude.
About the books: “I am a small remodeling contractor and I started my company in 2008 just after graduating from the Construction Engineering Management program at ___.”
I reached out to you about a month ago when I was at my wits end with my construction business . . . I stumbled upon your website looking for anything to help me.
Before reading "Markup & Profit" I was a hammer swinger with a contractor’s license. Now I feel I’m on the right path to becoming a successful contractor & businessman.
Four coaching clients, all unsolicited, told me "Thank You" for encouraging them to advertise over the last year. All four are now busy . . .
I was talking with a coaching client today who has always been a student of this business and it has really paid off for him.
Do you wonder if the book, Markup & Profit; A Contractor’s Guide can help your business, even in today’s economy? Check out a note we received earlier this month.
I spoke this morning with a client who purchased our Markup & Profit book and class and Profitable Sales Book and Video a year ago.
"I've just been busy laying the foundation and preparing for opportunities to come. Things seem to be slowly but surely getting better and I refuse to listen to the naysayers . . . "
I had the privilege of talking with Scott Avery yesterday. Scott is one of our success stories, I love talking with him.
“Things are going well; we have likely never worked harder on marketing; and its paying off. We just signed our largest project ever at $1.6M…even in this market! . . . “
A young couple came to us for coaching in February, just two months ago. While their P & L was not all that bad they could and wanted to do better.
I want to share a note we received. I thought you might appreciate knowing what can be accomplished with a construction business, regardless of the economy.
Some of my coaching clients continually surprise me. One of them sent the following note:
We conducted a brief survey. One of the questions was whether participants had cut their markup or margin to attract more work.
I just spoke with a coaching client who started with us two years ago. At the time, he was ready to quit his business – in debt, employee problems, client problems.