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A Richer More Robust Enhanced Transparency

The other day in a discussion about job photographs I mentioned a remodeler I used to do some some consulting with in addition to having some great camera equipment took the time to take some courses in photography and lighting and his job photos are as excellent as...

The Dotted Line: 5 of the most commonly misinterpreted terms in construction contracts | Construction Dive

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Craig Durosko's Series: 25 Ways You Can Lose Money in Remodeling

I’m wondering if you all you contractors are following Craig Durosko’s excellent series in Profession Remodeler 25 Ways You Can Lose Money in Remodeling. Craig Durosko: Part I: 25 Ways You Can Lose Money in Remodeling Craig Durosko: Part II: 25 Ways You...

‘How Much Should I Charge?’ & ‘Where Did The Money Go’ get a Facelift

Well it looks like Ellen Rohr’s two great books that I so often recommend , How Much Should I Charge? Pricing Basics For Making Money Doing What You Love and Where Did the Money Go?: Accounting Basics for the Business Owner Who Wants to Get Profitable, have...

Relative Income

Relative Income, It’s a great concept so what is so many of us don’t seem t get it. As I was working today I was re-reading The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich, by Timothy Ferris by listening to the audio book edition as I...

My Suggested Syllabus and Texts for for a Hypothetical Contracting 101 Class

My syllabus starts with The E-Myth Contractor: Why Most Contractors’ Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It . However on further thought it might be a good idea to read The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do...