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6
May

First-Timers: Walking Through The Process of Your First Continuing Education Courses

Congratulations! If you became a licensed general contractor this year, you have a lot to be proud of. Your hard work has paid off, and you can look forward to the next step in your career. By this time, you’ve probably paid for your bond and made the first critical steps towards either setting up or expanding your business. That’s

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29
Apr

Three Ways Your Contracting Business Can Profit From Continuing Education Courses

If you’re like most general contractors, you look at your annual requirement for continuing education courses with a fair amount of skepticism and anguish. It’s one of those things that you can’t avoid, like death and taxes, and subsequently, you put it off to the very last minute. Believe me, I’ve been there, and I know how you feel. But

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15
Apr

Licenses Not Renewed By March 1 Now Invalid

General Contractors who did not renew their license before March 1st, 2021, will need to complete continuing education (CE) requirements to have their license be valid. General Contractors have a 60-day grace period starting the day their license became invalid, during which a GC must complete all required coursework. Licensees with a residential or building classification will have to complete

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1
Apr

Three Marketing Mistakes That Are Killing Your Roofing Business

Whether it’s to generate new business or simply to increase brand awareness, developing and executing a marketing plan is something that must be at the top of your list. Marketing can be an expensive proposition, and if you’re a licensed general contractor, marketing may not be the most intuitive part of your business. It’s easy to make mistakes that cost

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24
Mar

The Guide to Handling Negative Reviews

Everybody gets a bad review at some point. It comes with the territory, it’s part of the job. The busier you become as a contractor, the more likely you’ll get one of these negative reviews. There’s a reason the old adage “you can’t please all of the people all of the time” has lasted for generations. That’s why how we

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17
Mar

Has Your Roofing Business Hit a Plateau?

It happens to the best of us. We spent our time in the trenches in an effort to figure out how to get our business to the next level. We research, we calculate, and we put together a plan of action. And just when it feels we’re making some headway, we hit yet another unforeseen challenge, and we’re back to

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4
Mar

How To Be The Best CEO for Your Business

Believe it or not, you’ve become the boss. Congrats on your promotion!    Regardless of whether your new promotion is self-appointed or bestowed upon you, it’s important to recognize that you need to do some things differently now that you’re the head cheese. There’s a huge difference between being an employee and being in management and an equally large difference between

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12
Feb

Optimize Your Sales Process

Managing sales teams doesn’t have to be hard with the right processes and systems in place to support their growth, define their results and to keep them motivated. This course dives in to the how behind developing your sales process and leveraging it to build and grow both your sales team and your profits!  

12
Feb

Storm Damage Restoration

Interested in adding storm restoration work to your business profile? Gain an understanding of the storm restoration process from start to finish, learn how to get your sales people bought in and understand the good, bad and ugly of working with insurance companies and operating a storm restoration company.

12
Feb

Optimize Your Business

Learn to understand and develop your full workflow, how to build processes and systems around it and how to optimize those processes with automations and sound routines to make your company run smoother, reduce overhead and give you the opportunity to work ON your business and not just IN it!