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- Can you do an article on residential overhead services, from service head to city cold water pipe grounding.
- Showing code articles, diagrams and how upgrades and replacing services that are old are not safe.
- Public awareness about: Is my home safe ?
- Your newsletter: Is my home service safe?
Articles like this will help Electricians work.
Received from Jody a Electrician in Mattituck, N.Y.
Additional Comments: The best ever .
Thanks for your question.
How You Can Get Your Electrical Business Back into Operation and Get New Clients
Jody – This is a good topic which I provided some very good information for you earlier. Understand that Safety is a key factor to getting new work in this economy. One way this is done is through Electrical Safety Inspections. This service for a homeowner can identify key problems that can lead to disaster if the homeowner does not have these items corrected, and many times it could lead to service upgrades and changes.
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All the information in the world is valueless, until we do something with it, then it becomes PRICELESS!
OR: to put it another way: If you keep doing what you’ve always done, you’ll keep getting what you’ve always gotten.
The question is, are you completely satisfied getting what you have right now? If not – what are you willing to do to make a good change?
- I presented myself with this question over three years ago, invested thousands of dollars and hours into what is now becoming a fine business.
- I still work at it day and night, many times until 3 and 4 AM, actually I got to bed last night at 6:30 am (yes, you read that right) I got a few hours sleep and I’m back at it. The work and effort is starting to pay off.
- It’s all about what you do with your life – What is your “Occupation”? and I don’t mean being an electrician.
- I mean what do you spend most of your time doing? I chose to tune out TV, sports and all the meaningless stuff and do something with my life. Yes I reward myself and spend time with my family as much as I can.
- But for the most part I am focused on getting results – after all, that’s what feeds the family and pays the bills.
One more motto from Zig Ziglar, a really GREAT Person of our time: If you just help enough other people get what they want, you will always get what you want.
Success comes with a price – no shortcuts, you must pay that price.
I hope this helps you become the person you believe you deserve to be.
The Following links will assist you with your electrical question:
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