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George Hedley

George Hedley is a best-selling author, professional speaker, and business coach. He helps entrepreneurs and business owners build profitable companies. Email gh@hardhatpresentations.com to request a free copy of Everything Contractors Know About Making A Profit! or signup for his e-newsletter. To hire George to speak, attend his Profit-Builder Circle academy or find out how he can help your company grow, call 800-851-8553, or visit www.hardhatpresentations.com.

76 articles by George Hedley:

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On purpose, on target

On purpose, on target

Several years ago, I went to a goals seminar to get control of my life. The following Monday, I got to work early and made a list of things to do. Full story

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No more ‘Mr. Nice Guy’

No more ‘Mr. Nice Guy’

It’s time for no more “Mr. Nice Guy.” When your customer asks you to cut your bid and lower your price, he doesn’t deserve to be treated like royalty. Full story

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Build an accountable and responsible team

Build an accountable and responsible team

What drives you crazy about managing your company? My guess is, dealing with employees is what keeps you up at night. Full story

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Five things you must do this year

Five things you must do this year

We are almost one month into 2012, and things are already moving too fast. Hopefully, you took a few moments and wrote out your goals for the next 12 months. Full story

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Identify your targets

Identify your targets

Most companies, managers, project teams and field crews don’t have a clue when they hit a homerun or do a good job. Full story

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You can stay small, or be HUGE

You can stay small, or be HUGE

Have you noticed that people who think and act big are the ones who make it happen? Being HUGE is attitude, altitude and active action. Full story

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Shoot at something

Shoot at something

Leadership is simple. First, you've got to know exactly what you want for your company, your department, or your project team. Full story

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Can’t find enough good help?

Can’t find enough good help?

Owners should make finding, training and keeping great employees their No. 1 priority. But, do they? Full story

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Got Profit?

Got Profit?

What is your top business priority every day? To improve your bottom line, maximizing your profit must be the top priority in everything you do. Full story

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Building Trust

Building Trust

Trust is the No. 1 characteristic of leaders. Without trust, people won’t follow you. Would you do repeat business with someone you didn’t trust, regardless of price? Full story

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Thanks, But No Thanks!

Thanks, But No Thanks!

Business owners and managers tend to take good customers for granted over time. Companies must think doing a good job is thanks enough, but I disagree. Full story

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Are You Keeping Up With Tech?

Are You Keeping Up With Tech?

Many construction companies still haven’t embraced technology as a required business tool to be a leading company that stays ahead of the competition. Full story

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Too Busy to Train?

Too Busy to Train?

Do you wish your field crews and management people were as good as you? How long does it take them to master a new task or idea? Would a regular training program make a difference? Full story

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Sell More Than Price

Sell More Than Price

Have you ever been the low bidder and not won the job? How did it happen? What can you do to avoid that in the future? Follow these proven suggestions to win more profitable work. Full story

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Shoot at Something

Shoot at Something

Leadership is simple. First, you’ve got to know exactly what you want, for your company, your department, or your project team. Full story

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7 Steps To Business Failure

7 Steps To Business Failure

Companies that try to do anything and everything for every available customer spread themselves too thin and can’t make any money. Full story

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Field Change Memos Work

Field Change Memos Work

Your crew hits an underground water line not shown on the plans. Should you wait for a signed change order to fix the broken line, or take immediate steps to mitigate the damages? Full story

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What Do Leaders Do?

What Do Leaders Do?

People who work for you are not you. Just because you pay them a good salary doesn’t mean they’re going to work their fannies off the same way you do. Full story

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Do More to get More

Do More to get More

Most companies try to work harder in tough times. But the best they can do is hope to stay even, doing the same things they always have done. Full story

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Play Business Like Golf

Play Business Like Golf

Like golf, business is a competitive and challenging game. No matter what you shoot, you can always improve. Full story



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