Learn about the most important numbers in a business and how to use that information to grow your business.
Ah the books, as entrepreneurs we often shy away from really doing a deep dive on our financials. We hire a bookkeeper and set up with an accountant and we get to work doing what we know how to do best, which is anything but the books.
In my experience running a contracting business, there were three numbers that meant the most to me. These metrics always accurately told me what was going on in my business. Continue reading “3 Metrics Every Business Needs to Keep an Eye On”
Learn how to always have work booked in advance and remove the stress and strain of earning enough money.
When you start a service business it is very stressful to struggle to find work. Going days or weeks between jobs can create a range of emotions from panic to depression. When a customer finally calls, in our eagerness to book work we may actually put the would-be customer off by sounding and acting desperate.
My contracting business is booked 2 – months in advance with the exception of during our one seasonally slow time where we drop down to being booked only 1 – 2 weeks in advance. We have 6 trucks so when I say we are booked I mean every truck is booked 2 – months in advance.
The best part about this is that our system can be replicated. Here is how we do it. Continue reading “7 Secrets to Being Booked Two Months Ahead All Year Long! (5-minute read)”