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Old 10-10-2017, 03:48 AM   #101
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Old 10-17-2017, 02:15 PM   #102
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Given all the great advice thus far--I'm curious to hear from the more experienced folks whether they would advise a new GC starting out to stay "solo" (or a crew of 1-2) and avoid multiple jobs or, instead, get into more of a management mindset and jump into multiple jobs as soon as one feels comfortable.
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Given all the great advice thus far--I'm curious to hear from the more experienced folks whether they would advise a new GC starting out to stay "solo" (or a crew of 1-2) and avoid multiple jobs or, instead, get into more of a management mindset and jump into multiple jobs as soon as one feels comfortable.


In my opinion, draw out a business plan (or a couple) in case you start getting slammed with work so you can grow... get someone you absolutely trust to run schedules and answer phones. Staying solo is fine donít get me wrong. But if you want to make real money your going to have to do some on the job learning... having someone else around takes some of that burden away and letís you focus on the jobs themselves.


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