ou’ve got to start somewhere. And I know making the decision on what your approach will be to enter the government market is not easy. As a business owner, you must learn how to make decisions. You’re no longer the employee. You make the decision and provide direction. You don’t have the luxury of an employee to just sit back and wait for someone to tell you what to do.
Are you at the phase in your business where you're ready to scale up, grow your business and take it to the next level? If you are, hiring help is your next thing.
Today I'm going to actually be sharing a client case study with you. I’m sharing what my client went through, the growing pains that they experienced before reaching out to me as they tried to scale their business.
I'm going to be sharing: The case study, Tips, tricks, and strategies, Things that they should have done , Things that they did wrong.
You don't have to make the same mistakes.
What is the best bang for your buck to grow your contracting business? Do you know what that is? That one thing that you could be doing that will give you the biggest bang for your buck.
There are probably so many things that you could be doing in your business, and even more that you've seen other contractors doing.
I know you see them because most contractors have those car decals, you can identify a contractor, and you see them coming and going, coming and going all the time, especially if they live in your neighborhood.
You’re thinking, they have to be busy and they must be making a lot of money. Although, that might not be the case.
I'm curious, have you taken the time to learn how to actually market your contracting business and do business development? Do you even know what business development is? Food for thought.