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Not an April Fool’s Joke…Some Bitter Numbers To Consider

Consultant and educator George Hedley of Hard Hat Presentations cites some numbers that I think are sadly all too true… If you watch 95 out of 100 general contractors, builders or subcontractors, and follow their progress for 10 to 20 years, you’ll hear the same...

10% of buyers in any market will always go for the premium option and about 10% will always go for the cheapest option…

Apparently professional market research says 10% of buyers in any market will always go for the premium option and about 10% will always go for the cheapest option. That means at least 90% of the market does not use lowest price as their #1 buying criteria. Yet most...

Work for $1,000 an Hour | Pro Remodeler

A good look at how think about and approaching delegation of work from Kyle Hunt a Michigan-based marketing expert. Work for $1,000 an Hour I work as a consultant, and here’s something I’ve consistently heard from my remodeling clients over the last...

‘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...