The 7-Power Contractor® Radio

Information and insights for plumbing, heating, cooling, electrical, and other service contracting business owners direct from your host, contracting business consultant and former contractor, Al Levi. All episodes are 10 minutes or less.

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003 – The Right Way to Cut Business Costs (Part 2)

In part 2 of of The Right Way to Cut Business Costs, I’ll address things such as inventory, marketing expenses, and unnecessary overtime for techs.

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002 – The Right Way to Cut Business Costs (Part 1)

Are all the expenses you’re “used to” carrying still pulling their weight? In this two-part episode you’ll learn the right way to cut business costs and make sure your expenses are working as hard as they need to to propel the business forward. Enjoy and if you have any questions or comments I’d love to hear them… email me at al@7powercontractor.com. Love the show? Please leave us a review wherever you listen.

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001 – Why The 7-Power Contractor Radio

Welcome to The 7-Power Contractor Radio, the show that helps you run your contracting business with less stress and more success. All episodes are under 10 minutes so you can listen and learn on the fly. Enjoy and if you have any questions or comments I’d love to hear them… email me at al@7powercontractor.com. Love the show? Please leave us a review wherever you listen.

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