Blue Collar Nation

Intentional Estimating with the DYOJO's Jon Isaacson

October 15, 2020 Eric and Larry Season 2 Episode 89
Blue Collar Nation
Intentional Estimating with the DYOJO's Jon Isaacson
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Blue Collar Nation
Intentional Estimating with the DYOJO's Jon Isaacson
Oct 15, 2020 Season 2 Episode 89
Eric and Larry

In the water damage restoration world, like many trades, a large amount of money can be won or lost during the estimating process. Jon Isaacson has recently written a very important book about proper estimating with Xactimate for restorers and contractors. Larry and Eric know first hand what it is like to lose too much money to having poorly trained estimators in their company. The lessons in this book apply to any trade and are universal in their principles. Give it a listen and MAKE MORE MONEY!!!

You can find Jon Isaacson's book, Be Intentional: Estimating on Amazon and you can find his DYOJO podcast on iTunes.

TITLE SPONSOR: MORNING TECH MEETING
This episode it brought to you by www.morningtechmeeting.com. Don't lose money in the field because your service techs are not great at sales, customer service, and communicating with clients.  Morning Tech Meeting has video lessons that can be sent directly to your tech's phones for training.

Show Notes

In the water damage restoration world, like many trades, a large amount of money can be won or lost during the estimating process. Jon Isaacson has recently written a very important book about proper estimating with Xactimate for restorers and contractors. Larry and Eric know first hand what it is like to lose too much money to having poorly trained estimators in their company. The lessons in this book apply to any trade and are universal in their principles. Give it a listen and MAKE MORE MONEY!!!

You can find Jon Isaacson's book, Be Intentional: Estimating on Amazon and you can find his DYOJO podcast on iTunes.

TITLE SPONSOR: MORNING TECH MEETING
This episode it brought to you by www.morningtechmeeting.com. Don't lose money in the field because your service techs are not great at sales, customer service, and communicating with clients.  Morning Tech Meeting has video lessons that can be sent directly to your tech's phones for training.