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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rsuds View Post
    Well I got 1 good answer. Thought I would get more people talking about growing and selling. Positive stuff.
    I count three good answers and some clowning around...

    They are all positive visions to the people with that vision, so why say they are not being positive?

  2. #12
    Make enough not to work from thanksgiving to April fools day . I may take up golf again this year . I gave my clubs away 30 years ago after my hole in one . May start an outdoor furniture refinishing business pick up and drop off . Plus other restoration services . Going to stop some services pertaining to wood unless my son wants to continue them ( houses)? He has two years left at UCONN. Wood is becoming even more of a niche to deal with . Already stacked for spring in that area . Want to have a place were people bring stuff to me , funiture , garden structures, art work , make stuff ect.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JC View Post
    I count three good answers and some clowning around...

    They are all positive visions to the people with that vision, so why say they are not being positive?
    I was saying let's be positive and I only count 1??? Before Diamond
    Rolling Suds Inc.
    Brian Wendling
    Power washing in Pa.
    Roof Cleaning in Pa.
    http://Rollingsudsinc.com

  4. #14
    EasyPro:
    Continue to grow at a clip of 200-300g per year. Continue to grow in the Cincinnati and Louisville Markets.
    Maintain xxxx profit margin. Dominate the markets in Holiday lighting.
    Establish a 'home base' in Indy and grow to a 100g market.
    In five years have limited control or input in the business 3 million+ in revenues. $150g per year in HL.

    Exacting Aviation:
    Continue to add students to our private and instrument flight schools.
    Pay off current air craft and purchase a larger single engine as well as a twin.
    Grow business relations ship with affiliate company in Rising Sun that has aviation company exclusively using sea planes.
    Maintain limited day to day operations on my part.

    CoachCarroll:
    Grow to capacity over the next five years performing 2 speaking engagement per month.
    Influence/Reach 1,000,000 people.
    Continue to develop unique in-date content.
    Publish: Hunter Head Game

    Silver C International Holdings:
    Purchase 1-2 apartment communities in the next 5 years.


    Personally:
    Million dollar net worth by 30
    Billionaire by 50

    Day to Day Vision:
    Keep flexing my #HustleMuscle and stay focused on my grind!

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    Ok, now we are getting somewhere.
    Rolling Suds Inc.
    Brian Wendling
    Power washing in Pa.
    Roof Cleaning in Pa.
    http://Rollingsudsinc.com

  6. #16
    Obviously different people have different visions.
    William
    Chuck Norris can believe it's not butter.

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  8. #18
    Content? What's that mean?

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Rsuds View Post
    Ok, now we are getting somewhere.



    Honestly, I believe everyone should have a vision laid out in grand detail.
    You wouldn't leave your house for vacation, with out knowing where you are going or making reservations in advance would you?
    ... Same principals apply.

  10. #20
    Right now..

    1 full-time employee and 2 occasional part-timers
    1 main service truck and a backup
    Revenue mostly from residential (80%)
    Working full-time as a teacher besides running the business

    In 5 years...
    4-6 full-time employees
    3 service trucks on the road
    50-60% of revenue from commercial monthly accounts
    Have this business well-oiled with systems and able to run without me if needed
    Buy a business that has a more passive income and not as much hands on.
    Retired from teaching.

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