Power Through these Known Dips
Contractor Evolution • 1h 0m
As you’ve grown your business you may have noticed that certain sizes or stages feel worse than others. There are times when the scale of your business seems to be in a “Sweet Spot”, and then there are other times when you feel stuck in purgatory.
If you’ve grown your team, and your top line, but your actual profits have stubbornly stayed the same (or sometimes even deteriorated), then this episode will give you the path out.
Watch this episode to learn more about these Business Purgatories, what causes them, the revenue ranges they rear their ugly heads in, and most importantly what to do to pass through them as quickly as possible
-The 3 common business 'purgatories' that happen in contracting businesses- which revenue levels you’ll typically see them, and what to do about it.
- How to ensure that your management team doesn’t make decisions that allow your costs to balloon out of proportion.
- Actions you can take to speed through these purgatories so you don’t end up trapped for years in the ‘no fun zone’.
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