Presentation: Now I'm going to ask you guys to do something a little different for me. Stand up if you've ever had a bad day. A bad day stand up. I want to see who can relate. Okay, now if you guys are standing up on this next question if you've ever had a bad job stay standing so if you've never had a bad job, go ahead and sit down. Okay, alright, how about you come to the end of a quarter, a business quarter, and you say that[inaudible 00:00:30] sucked, alright. So if you ever had a bad quarter, stay standing. Okay, now look around a little bit we have almost everybody here still standing. Last question that I hope every single one of you can sit down at, but you probably won't, stay standing if you've ever had a bad year. An entire year, where at the end of the year you go what the hell happened to my business? How come I owe more money to the IRS then I have in my bank account? If you've ever felt like that, that's why I'm here. Go ahead and...
Speaker 1: All right, guys. Well, I'd be lying if I didn't say I was speechless today, that's for sure. It's snowing, as you can see, and I should be prepping and getting ready to go out plowing all night long, taking out the equipment. Is prepping code word for sleeping? But instead, I'm going down to the repair shop because my guys destroyed a brand new snow plow. It's one of those things where, as an owner of the company, I have to take responsibility because I didn't catch the continuing ongoing mistakes that were being made. But sometimes as owners you can't be everywhere. There you go. You know what? I just made an excuse, that's BS. It's my fault. It's not their fault, it's my fault. I should have caught them, I should have warned them and showed them the right way. I didn't do it so the snow plow that got destroyed, brand new snow plow that got decimated. That's on me, guys. So, we're going to have some fun today. Yeah, not every day goes the way you want it. Today we're...
Three information-packed videos that cover:
1. The power of micro-changes. Small changes that will bring big changes to your business.
2. The magic of margin and your bottom line—essentially the amount of money you put into your bank account at the end of the week, month, and year.
3. A simple formula to help you reach your sales goal for the year.
By Gabe "the General Contractor" Krueger
"What is exactly going on with my business?"
Do you want to save yourself thousands of dollars and have a gorgeous, green lawn that looks like a pro installed it? Well, you can bite the bullet and have sod installed or you can seed it yourself. My company installs at least one lawn a week and I tell each one of my customers they have an option. They can hire me to install sod for them and their lot will instantly look like this, or I can sit down at their kitchen table and in five minutes teach them how to over-seed their lawn and make it look like a pro did it. Guess what, that's what you’re going to learn today. I'm going to show you what I show each and every one of my customers, how that they can cheat, save thousands of dollars and do the job themselves. So let's get started. All right here we go. This whiteboard is your lawn and this pepper is your seed. Now I’m going to show you the pattern, this is the most critical element. A lot of people think, “The...
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