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Having a clear line-of-action is essential for every HVAC, plumbing, electrical independent contracting company.  It is always important to write out the items that need to be accomplish during a day inside you HVAC, plumbing, or electrical independent contracting company but it is also important to keep things feasible and manageable. When goals are manageable for an independent contracting company team then they can feel a sense of accomplishment and success when they can mark off several items from their lists each day.  Helping your independent contracting company team reach success inside their independent contracting company job as well as in their daily life should be a main goal for all independent contracting company leaders.

Creating a task list for an independent contracting company team that is compiled of manageable goals and objectives is important for keeping all independent contracting company team members inside an HVAC, plumbing, or electrical independent contracting company productive and geared towards success.  In this great video clip, independent contracting company team members can see how taking a few manageable steps in the direction of success can help them reach their goals and reach success inside their HVAC, plumbing, or electrical independent contracting company.  Take a few minutes to listen to “Fast Company’s”, Gina Trapani as she explains the distinction between tasks, goals, and projects as well as explains how to create a productive task list that will help get things done.

Here at Service Excellence Training, we love seeing HVAC, plumbing, and electrical independent contracting company teams run towards success in all aspects of their daily growth.  All member of the Service Excellence Training team are here to help you and your independent contracting company team create a more manageable and success driven day and independent contracting company career! Here at Service Excellence Training, we turn learning into earning!

-Resource curated by Whitney Stewart of Service Excellence Training.