Sharing My Secrets
Earlier this week, I posted a video on the process of making a calculation at Grafsurv. Some might think that I’m giving my secrets away, but I think that it is important to share what I do. Sure, I may have more competition in the future, but what I do requires a lot of hard work. I figure that if I work hard (and smart), then I will get paid. If there’s a need for more people doing this type of work, then so be it. It’s a big country, and there’s a lot of work out there.
That brings me to another point. So far, I have seen no one who does what I do. Maybe they’re out there working alone with no internet connection directly with the clients. But it wouldn’t surprise me if I’m the first. Of course, trying to convince people of a new idea takes a lot of marketing, but I’m up to it. I love spreading the message about a great new idea.
Imagine how the internet has changed our lives in the last ten years. Sure, it has had some negative impact and a lot of jobs have been outsourced to other countries because of it. That’s why the unemployment situation never seems to get any better here in the US.
But try to look at the positive, and adjust to the changes. One change you can make is use the Grafsurv service, and in the process avoid a lot of headaches as well as save a lot of cash. My attention to detail is unequalled. Just check with my previous employers at Williams Brothers Construction and South Coast Construction.
The cost savings and ease of use are tremendous. Working for multiple clients allows the overhead to approach incredibly low percentages of what you are now paying. We’re talking 50%, 20% and even as low as 10% of what you now pay for your survey manager. Try to get out of that old mindset of having a survey manager on your payroll. It’s just no longer necessary!
Sure it’s hard to let someone go that has been meeting your needs for many years. But if your survey manager moves on to other pastures, give him or her a pat on the back for a job well done, and move over to using my service. If nothing else, use Grafsurv in the interim while interviewing for your next survey manager, simply on a test basis to see if you like the way Grafsurv does things.
I will never try to hide what I do. People pay for good work and honest communication. And that’s how I make a living.