Trade labor is in high demand. There’s a growing shortage of trade workers, and the trend indicates trade careers will increase in demand in 2021 and beyond.
Over the past few months, we’ve been doing a series called “The Cost of Not Changing”, where we discuss various costs your business incurs from not changing the way you currently do things. At some point, those costs may become greater than the expenses you’re already incurring.
For the past few weeks, we have been exploring topics that ask the question: At what point is the rising cost of continuing what you’re doing enough to cause you to change?
In this installment of our series, “Cost of Not Changing”, we look at how getting stuck in a rut will prohibit you from making strides in your business and personal life. We covered the direct effects of not changing for the earlier installments (costs, pain of stress on current staff, and dissatisfied customers).
Over the past several weeks, we have been exploring this question: