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Coaches Corner (VIDEO): "There is no deficiency list!"

What happens when you decide there will be no deficiency list? It changes everything and makes you much more profitable.

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November 27, 2013 by Robert Koci

One of our presenters at our recent Reno Summit 2013 seminars, Tim Faller, president of Field Training Services at Remodelers Advantage, has a unique take on how to get rid of the dreaded deficiency list.

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1 Comment » for Coaches Corner (VIDEO): "There is no deficiency list!"
  1. Steve says:

    I would agree with this. By having a punch list it also gives the client a reason to go over everything with a fine toothed comb and they will proably find more items that they would otherwise not notice.

    It forces me also to finish he litle details as the come up which saves more time later since I don’t have to bring alll my tools back to finish those little items.