Increase supply and demand will follow

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  1. Able 1
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    I was forced to let go because of a car accident that was real bad,but hell I still needed to feed the family!! Looking back at it, I'm not sure I would have ever "let go" if it wouldn't have happened..

    We did over 135 jobs last month, and I don't pay to advertise! Well, I do postcards..

    Get a helper and go from there..
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    At MF I'll be like..
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    I would say you first need to increase "demand" and make sure your prices support "supply".. I love this side of the business!
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    I think you have to increase both at the same time in our industry.
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    Look to nature.

    If you build it they will come.
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    Sorry but "They" only come if you can give and have VAVUE! If BIATWC was the truth just buy two or three Truck mounts when you start your business. They will Come!
    You guys don't get it.
    The right people/employees enable you to grow.
    Reverse engineer any growing business..take away the great people and what have you got..a lot of shitty old equipment.
    Take away Siagers "boys" Mikeys "kids" Porkchops little one. Most owner ops wives. What have you got?

    WE ARE IN THE PEOPLE BUSINESS
    Or I could be totally wrong!
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    They can't call a non existent business. Look at any crappy franchise. Yes you have to work it but if you do it will probably become what you put into it.

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