End of Easy

Don’t give up just when the going gets tough, that should be your starting point.

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Are you at the end of your options? Or just at the end of easy?

“Have fixed goals and flexible strategies.” - Peter Drucker  

Your daily tactics to execute those strategies should change even more frequently as you check and adjust them to continuously improve

Don’t change your strategy until you have exhausted all the possible execution tactics.  

Don’t change your goals until you have exhausted all the possible strategies.


Just like “NO” isn’t the end of the negotiation, but rather the beginning… 

Don’t give up just when the going gets tough, that should be your starting point.

Know that most others have given up at this same point, so success and competitive advantage is probably just around the corner from when things begin to get tough.  


“The only easy day was yesterday.”

Navy SEAL motto

If you learn to embrace difficulty knowing that you and others around you will grow from it, then you will actually gain strength from the obstacles you face every day.  

What in your life that was worth achieving was truly easy?




Levels of Productivity
Making major improvements to labor productivity for contractors starts at the company level and must be rigorously managed all the way down to the individual steps in each task.
General Contractor Solutions Overview
We provide a unique perspective for General Contractors wanting to take their company to the next level of success. From billion dollar businesses to emerging contractors; our hands-on approach accelerates profitable growth in all economic conditions.
Understanding the Construction Field Day
For a contractor to begin to truly improve their field productivity they must start with understanding how the time is spent. Depending on the trade, project and the labor study the time spent on actual installation ranges from 50-64%.