Have you ever had someone say to you, “You are a lot like someone else I know”. I don’t know about you but often when I hear this, I leave wondering if their statement was meant as a compliment or something not so good.
The idea of creating a vision, direction, and culture for your company is an age-old necessity for every business to be successful. It is more critical today than it has ever been because of the rise in overall turnover as the younger generations have entered into the work force.
Cold calling gets a bad rap. I often hear from others that it is outdated, has limited value or not effective. I disagree. While we all prefer qualified leads, cold calling is still a crucial activity in today’s sales process. It is also a characteristic of an elite club of salespeople- the highly successful ones who make six plus figures in income.
As a business owner in construction today, this age-old adage still holds true. You can see change occurring everywhere in our profession. From design to construction phases; new techniques, systems and processes are advancing requiring us to adapt or be left behind.
Next Level Contractor helped a Wisconsin paving company achieve a 42% growth in sales by putting the right structure and systems in place for job costing, accounting, sales, marketing, and human resources.