These lessons are based on my 35-year career in the construction industry. For the most part, they represent things I wish I had known, but had to find out for myself, usually at significant expense. Be smart, learn from my mistakes.
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The Entrepreneurial Seizure is the moment where you realize you should… no, you absolutely must… start your own business. It is an unrelenting pressure you cannot resist.
You shall never mess with the Government. It is bigger than you and it does not play fair.
You are asking a client to trust that you have what it takes to turn their dollars into their dream. Be serious about that transaction.
Treat your suppliers right, but let them know you expect more than product from them.
See the many ways that various governmental entities are involved with your construction business. There isn’t much you can do about it, just be aware of the players in your game.
It is always a good idea to know what you are dealing with when you are dealing with the Government. Here is a list of useful links to government sites.