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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by Clinton D. Wagner, Mar 16, 2001.
If you don't have time to bid a job right, "then don't bid it"
You can always sell up, you can never sell down. Start out low and work your way up.
Here is a good one I just learned yesterday in another thread.... perception IS reality
4) Know your limitations and stick to them.
5) Dont be afraid to seek the help of others when bidding jobs. At times two companies can be better than one larger corp at a site.
Good Luck this season!
LandScapers Keep America Beautiful......
Hey Clinton just recieved your cd today very interesting info thanks
<B>Ron... Thats A GOOD RULE OF THUMB,
"GET WHAT YOU ORDERED"</B>
<b>Good Luck with the Info..And I will keep
you updated on our up dates to the CD "FREE"</B>
<b>A rule of thumb, If you worry about the Competition, "maybe they will soon worry about you".</B>
<B>A rule of thumb, "Is to budget 5 to 10% of the property value, "before you knock on the door to sell them on New Landscaping. "</B>
[Edited by Clinton D. Wagner on 03-26-2001 at 03:46 AM]