Hey gents! In your experience, what was your 'sweet-spot' for crew size, employee size, account size etc. I am expecting a very strong year of growth in my area, and I am ready to take on more accounts, employee's, responsibilities, etc. My question is: Is there a silver lining in the size of your operation? If you grow too large, is there financial drawbacks? Does the stress, managerial responsibilities, overhead all make it worth the big $$? When did you hire a payroll person, an assistant, etc What is your ideal Operation size? Ie. 60 accounts, 2 employee's, 2 trucks? 100 accounts, 5 employee's, 3 trucks, 2 towns, 3 towns? 150 accounts, 10 employee's, 5 trucks? I am thinking of my second truck this year and more employee's, a shop eventually. The goal is $250,000 of revenue, I finished 2017 just shy of 6 figures. Crazy goal I know, but I got in good with a large home builder in my area that will be contracting us for all of 2018, and that's just one commercial account. I want to be very ambitious this year and give her hard while I'm young and able!