Resident Strategic  Studies

 

Home Projects Are Business Operations. This is the best focus of all responsible private home decision makers in America. In this guide, we learn more about how pivotal our role through ensuring that we are not sidetracked by 'social graces.' When we consider tradesmen and/or trades women working in the home improvement field, it is important that we guard heavily against treating them as friends. Emphasis is on the fact is that if not for our money, probabilities are very high these building tradesperson will not be interested. 

 

HOME  PROJECTS

ARE  BUSINESS  OPERATIONS

 

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A Business Operation
The most fundamental expectations for our home setting are for it to be as comfortable and convenient as possible. To these ends we do everything within our means to ensure that it is well maintained and improved. This constitutes the ultimate business of the home. It is when we lack or lose sight of this very crucial fact that we become vulnerable to
social behavior when circumstances necessitate embracing the managerial, instead.

 

The Focus

Preview
In this guide, we are going to delve quite a bit into the entire screening, selection, and negotiation process with respect to contractor-related home maintenance and
improvement. We are so engaged because in many cases our hiring decisions stem from a misguided perspective of resident-contractor relationships. In other words, we
often approach hiring contractors as if they are trusted friends. This is otherwise interpreted as our considering their presence as social visits.
However, we may do well to consider the reality of this association. Often the contractors are not there to be our friend. The contractors are there to:

1. Convince us of their trustworthiness.
2. Collect money from us.

Irrespective of whether or not they are willing and able to deliver for our money, their primary focus is based on doing business. Therefore, this is not a social visit. Instead,
this is a business meeting. And, if hired, a business relationship.

 

 

 

 

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Who Is This Contractor?

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Interviewing As Manager Of Home Project

In light of what has been mentioned, we may consider interviewing likely candidates on these premises:
a. Who they "really" are.
b. What they can "really" do.
c. What have they done "lately."
d. If whether or not they are adequately credentialed, skilled, and credible for us.
Homeowners are oftenmanipulated into making hiring decisions through this means. We feed into it and summarily forego protocol for conferring with other sources to confirm or deny their
desirability for the project. By all means, let us avoid being taken in by timeconsuming irrelevancies.
For emphasis: We may not want this crucial time to be wasted trading stories about our babies, growing children, grandchildren, or anything not relevant to contractors’ overall competence and trustworthiness for the job(s). It is a given that at times, in order to break the ice in new relationships, there is small talk.  But we may want value our time enough not to get subverted by it. This is mentioned since witheach story there are endless links.

 

Homeowners are oftenmanipulated into making hiring decisions through this means. We feed into it and summarily forego protocol for conferring with other sources to confirm or deny their
desirability for the project. By all means, let us avoid being taken in by timeconsuming irrelevancies.

 

 

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