About The Author
Greg Vanden Berge has been a licensed General Building Contractor in the state of California for over 25 years. He's been involved with large projects, involving hundreds of workers and even worked on plenty of projects, by himself.
Greg got his contractor's license when he was only 25 years old and it's literally been a rough and bumpy road, to success. If you don't mind learning things the hard way, don't purchase this book, because it will make your life as a contractor, a little easier.
Thanks in advance and I guarantee that you won't be disappointed.
100 Tips For Contractors – Book 4by G. Vanden Berge
This is the fourth book and will provide you with #300 through #400 of the fantastic tips, from Greg's popular construction book,” 501 Contractor Tips.” Greg went ahead and
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There really is a lot of information in these books and if you're serious about running a successful construction company, make sure that you purchase the entire series.
This is the fourth book and will provide you with #300 through #400 of the fantastic tips, from Greg's popular construction book,” 501 Contractor Tips.” Greg went ahead and broke the book down, to make it more affordable, for contractors who only need advice in specific areas.
These principles can be applied to almost any business and if you're looking for a few excellent ideas, to jumpstart your business, I highly recommend that you get your hands on this book, as soon as possible.
Could You Imagine Spending Less Than $10, for a Book That Could Change the Entire Way You Do Business As a Building Contractor.
What the most important things for contractor is to be able to read people. This would include contractors and clients. Knowing which people you should and shouldn't work for, could mean the difference between filing for bankruptcy or sitting on a beach in Hawaii. (On a vacation of course)
You will also find out a little more about construction safety architects, engineers and even methods for building your clients.
The construction business is tough and it isn't getting easier. Try to take advantage of everything you possibly can, including the information, inside this book.
I've learned most of these lessons the hard way, but you don't need to.
A 60-year-old construction professional in Australia purchased this book and said that even though he knew most of the information, he still learned a few things.
He said that the book was well worth the money and that's the point I'm trying to make. If you could just learn a few things that would improve your skills and allow you to make more money, how much would this book actually be worth?
If you're a contractor or planning on becoming a contractor, I highly recommend this book. I've never seen another one like it and I don't know if I ever will.
If you're concerned with any of these comments and you're tired of just getting by or you're looking for ways to increase your company sales, I recommend that you purchase the entire book, instead of a portion of it.
Check out our website at: http://www.501.gregvan.com
This book could literally change your life, if you only applied a few simple principles, within it.
The Book Consists of 34 Pages.
Table of Contents
About The Author
Red Flags To All Homeowners
Advertising And Marketing
Creating a Website
Dealing With Problems
Dealing with Other Contractors
Working with Real Estate Professionals
Setting Up Appointments
Things Clients Are Looking For
Investing Your Profits
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