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[#1] Posted: 12/09/2009 - 4:06:54 PM
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TIJ Sponsor's Press Release

Dear Inspectors Journal Reader,

Times have been tough…especially for inspectors and contractors. However, even in the best of times, most inspectors and contractors are overwhelmed by the business side of their business. Even when you go to the classes and join the groups, the “fix” is often another binder that collects dust on your shelf. That’s why Biz Experts Al Levi and Ellen Rohr are kicking off a new concept Teleseminar Series: Step by Step Success Program, You can take the First Success Step as soon as you sign up! We’ll get you go go going with the Audio Recording and the Step forms…instant download with your one month trial. Just $1 to try.

Ellen Rohr is the wife of a Plumber, and knows how it feels to wake up wondering how to make Payroll. A columnist for PHC News and other trade magazines, she helps contractors (and their spouses) keep track of the money, increase cash flow and get profitable. Al Levi, one of the Most Influential 25 Contractors in the last Quarter Century, has been teaching solid business systems to contractors. As a third generation contractor, Al is especially familiar with family business dynamics and challenges.

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Here's to love, peace, $$...and freedom,

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[#2] Posted: 12/12/2009 - 08:55:00 AM
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Being successful in business isn't rocket science. Become active in the community and meet people. After you're done meeting people get out and meet more folks. Put on PowerPoint presentations (I know lightning is going to strike me) at Realtors offices. After your done with that get active in the community and meet more people. Sponsor a little league team. Get active in the local 4th of July parade. Treat your business like you're running for office.

Climb on board now before I setup a web site and start charging for this.

(psst, people buy from good people)

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[#3] Posted: 12/12/2009 - 09:44:20 AM
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"Sponsor a little league team"

My 11 digit NY license number won't fit on the jersey.

Tom

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Life is tough enough as it is, it's tougher when you're stupid. Don't do stupid things.
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[#4] Posted: 12/12/2009 - 10:40:51 AM
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Ellen, et al
I may as well live up to my reputation as an ass and mention the "letter" Ellen posted does not seem to read right. Who was the author? What did she pair up or did she pare something? etc.

I am being very serious when I say that her idea and concept is good and I'll bet you she can pull it off and provide a very meaningful service and product! The real problem might be to clearly identify your potential customers and address them. (same problem all home inspectors have)

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[#5] Posted: 12/14/2009 - 11:12:54 AM
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Mass. licensed home inspectors would get a public whipping for running a 'picture show' in a realtors office.
Our marketing money and energy should be directed to buyers. This DOES NOT include Listing brokers/agents.
There are many Real Estate professionals who work for the buyers. Attys-Mortgage people-True buyers brokers. I would spend my time with these folks.

Jack Ahern Boston on the Charles and Bridgton,Maine
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[#6] Posted: 12/14/2009 - 12:52:28 PM
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Quote: Originally posted by Jack Ahern

Mass. licensed home inspectors would get a public whipping for running a 'picture show' in a realtors office.
Our marketing money and energy should be directed to buyers. This DOES NOT include Listing brokers/agents.
There are many Real Estate professionals who work for the buyers. Attys-Mortgage people-True buyers brokers. I would spend my time with these folks.



Whatever puts cash money in the pocket.

Terry



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