Each day of the program has a short 5 minute lesson based on the following topics. Monday time management, Tuesday customer service, Wednesday quality, Thursday efficiency, Friday marketing. After the lesson there are also about 30 minutes of action steps to implement the lesson into your business. It is a little like P90X, you wont get in shape by watching the videos from your couch. The ideas are not earth shattering, but there are steps included that can help you make immediate improvements to your business. One days lesson covers 2 of the greatest areas where companies have wasted payroll. One is the time your crews waste from the moment they clock in until they actually start their first job. The other is return trips to the shop because your crew forgot to tell you about something they needed. Both problems can be corrected by getting ready for tomorrow at the end of each day. The action step for the day is to spend a few minutes after your last job to get everything ready for tomorrow. Straighten the trailer, get equipment fueled and prepped, fill up trucks and transfer tanks, throw away all trash and debris, etc. To help in the process, I have included a truck and equipment checklist. By adding an equipment section to a DOT post trip inspection form, you will also be on your way to DOT compliance. I dont pretend that this is the perfect system for every company, but if you are balls to the wall in the spring tomorrow your guys can be headed to their first job with everything they need for the day within 5 minutes of clocking in. Thanks for the question, I hope this helps.