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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by PROCUT1, Feb 22, 2011.
Couldn't have said it any better PROCUT1. That's all there is to say.
good post for new people.
Excellent post. Know the breakdown of the cost to do business.
I'll bid $19,000! I should definately get the job.
Really though, although common sense, this is the best post on lawnsite.
Excellent post as always Procut!!
And I thought this site was all kids. 1st thing to know before any bid is to know your cost. Great post Procut!
That is how its done, my hats off to you . I also agree it should be a post all new members must read to join .
How do you do it Procut? I would love to have the time to put out a detailed post like that but I can barely find time to answer the simplest of questions lately. Right now I'm between bites on my lap top at a deli. Thanks for your time, they should put you on the payroll.
Well a couple ways...lol
I write more for myself than others. Its my therapy really. The work im doing is pretty repetitive so I catch a break and go off on my rants....Thats why my writing style is not "term paper" format. I think faster than I can type...ha
A lot of times I write to just clear up things in my own head and apply those things to my business.
I remember those days now that you mention it but it has been a few years since I had that kind of time but I actually remember typing the same post. Not breaking down how to calculate your costs. The one about writing for me and just sharing it with others.