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Profitability Playbook by Jim Aanderud Video Course

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Want to Optimize Your Income, Grow Your Business, and Live Your Dream Life…But Don’t Know Where to Start? Profitability Playbook is an in-depth dive into everything you need to know to start, run, maintain and sell a continuously profitable business—from an industry veteran who’s been there, done that, and has the lifestyle to prove it works.

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Want to Optimize Your Income, Grow Your Business, and Live Your Dream Life…But Don’t Know Where to Start?

You need the  Profitability Playbook!

 

You’ll get an in-depth dive into everything you need to know to start, run, maintain and sell a continuously profitable business—from an industry veteran who’s been there, done that, and has the lifestyle to prove it works.

 

Everything in this video course was ripped from the pages of Jim’s own proven business playbook. He usually shares it in an info-dense, in-person seminar at industry conferences and trade shows, but now you can have all that valuable content at your fingertips, to refer to and watch over and over again as needed. It’s like a master class in business management—think of it as your pocket MBA!

 

Inside the Profitability Playbook, you learn everything you need to know to make and keep your contracting business profitable.

  • Grow and scale your existing business by simply changing the way you think about money.
  • Start an entirely new business, from the ground up, and run it like a boss.
  • No need to retool your whole company, just get a handle on cash flow and the rest will come along easily.
  • Create and keep a comfortable income and peace of mind for yourself and your employees.
  • Build a business so profitable that you can begin exploring new opportunities without fear of risk.

 

Part I
Managing Money • Figuring Out Finances • Profit • Proactive vs.
Reactive Business Operations • Basic Business Principles • Options

Part II
Operating Capital – A Theoretical Annual Scenario • Cash On Hand •
Receivables • Payables • Sales • Expenses • Revenue Losses

Part III
Operational Details • Theoretical Company Comparison – Analyzing
the Principles • Job Costing Systems • Taking Corrective Action •
False Promises and the Bottom Line

Part IV
Knowing Operating Costs • Three Types of Operations Costs •
The Biggest Stress Point • Knowing What To Charge • Determining Bid
Price • Pricing Precautions • Keeping Your Eye On the Ball

Part V
Increasing Prices and Profit Margins • Overhead – Labor, Efficiency &
Training • Work Methodology •Technology • Planning • Project
Management • Equipment Preventative Maintenance • Building
Relationships • Managing Labor Costs • Expediency • Marketing •
Local Jobs • Expanding Into New Markets

Part VI –
Looking to the Future • Creating a Budget • Involve and Inform
Employees • Websites • Hire An Accountant • Understanding P&Ls •
Exit Strategy • Continual Evolution • Cautionary Notes

Part VII
Putting it All Together

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