90 Day Planning & Goal Setting for Your Construction Company

Are you struggling to grow your building company?

Do you find yourself constantly working in the business and struggling to make time to work on your business?

It’s a common problem that is faced by residential home builders, and left unchecked it will lead to cashflow problems, even lower margins and employee challenges.

You’ve probably heard the phrase “A failure to plan is a plan to fail.”

But when was the last time you looked at your goals?

...Your sales targets?

...Or even your margins?

Failing To Plan Is Planning To Fail

Starting off the year with your goals is a great start, but if you are not constantly reviewing those goals they will always remain a dream.

And that’s were a lot of builders end up...completely stuck wondering why they cannot break through the glass ceiling that is holding them back.

By completing a strategic 90 day plan, you’ll be able to not only set clear goals for the year ahead, you’ll have a process for working towards those goals every 90 days.

You’ll have a proven process for identifying the hidden profit generating opportunities that are waiting to be discovered inside your building company.

A clear format for setting targets each year and quarter.

A clear process for delegating your work to others allowing you to focus on higher value activities that will grow your margins.

A structure for prioritising what to work on and in which order so that you maximise your productivity from every day.

You wouldn’t run a project without having a plan that you can refer back to every day, so why try and run a business that way?

When you’ve completed your Quarterly Strategic Plan you’ll have a clear vision for the next 90 days.

Pin it up on your office wall and you’ll have a daily reminder of what you are working towards and more importantly, how you are going to get there!

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