Organize Your Work Round Your Tool Box
You have heard the saying by now. Get with the program. That is only to say that the customer has been kind enough to exercise a little more patience with you and give you a second chance.
He’s been putting up with your chaos for now. Don’t you ever tell him again that there’s method in your madness. That’s a tame excuse, if ever there was one. Excuses today, no biz tomorrow. That’s how it goes in today’s highly competitive business environments and markets. Remember that for every plumbing contractor there is, you may be that one, there’s at least another fifty in your local environment.
And it is usual practice for the consumer to try and pick out the best available service. First impressions always last. At least it’s what gets your foot in the door. Show up at the next customer’s door with your compact truck tool box why don’t you. Or your compact plumbing work kit or carpentry toolkit, as the case may be for your specialized trade. Right from the get go, give your new client the early impression that this is how well-organized you are.
And you won’t be raising a sweat anyhow. Now, it may be necessary or maybe it just can’t be helped, that this nifty toolbox is heavy. Normally it would be a job and a half lugging around an old tool box. But not in this case. Toolbox design has come in leaps and bounds. For each and every trade known to the consumer, and to you, there’s a specialized or custom built toolbox. Even if it’s got to be heavy, the design is to make it as easy as possible for you to carry.
Now, why would that box be heavy? May its time to have another look inside.