Your very best commercial prospects are concerned about saving energy. You have ideas that help facilities managers and building owners save money. How do you effectively reach prospects in a hearable way?
Do you know a hundred ways to save commercial customers,
building managers, and facilities groups money on their electrical costs? Yet they
must “talk it over” for every idea you present in a sales meeting?Continue reading “Prospecting With Energy Saving Ideas”
Are you concerned about increasing energy costs? You aren’t, but your commercial customers certainly toss around each night with these worries. Energy efficiency is a top concern of your commercial decision maker.
Are you concerned about increasing energy costs? You aren't, but your commercial customers certainly toss and turn each night with these worries. Energy efficiency is a top concern of your commercial decision maker.
Continue reading “Why Helping Customers with Energy Efficiency Ideas Generates High Quality Leads Fast”
Removing industrial arts from high school in the United States started an economic backsliding that must stop. It also has hurt the electrical trade. Encouraging students to use only their heads and look down on making things with their hands hurts the electrical trade. Continue reading “How to Reverse a Dangerous Trend That Impacts the Electrical Trade”
It was a simple comment, both critical of the limited updates of this site, “Why would a white collar business analyst be interested in electrical contractors?” No offense was taken for the “white collar” quip, I believe hard work is hard work. And, being in the technology industry I thought it was obvious because data centers that consume more power than cities wouldn't be possible without electricians. Maybe is was all the years of hiring electrical and networking contractors …
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It is a fact that too few young people are taking up trade opportunities which is leaving a gap in the electrical contracting world. For every computer job there are seven so-called “blue collar” jobs, or more, keeping that system a float. MIKE ROWE from the Discovery channel show “Dirty Jobs” speaks on TED talk about his lessons learned.
Continue reading “Mike Rowe Showing Respect for Dirty Jobs Like Electrical Contracting”