Running a stone shop is HARD…

We make it easier…

Resources to help you reduce
frustration and increase profits
in your stone shop.

or download the FREE article:

5 Mistakes Stone Shops Make

Running a stone shop is HARD…

We make it easier…

Resources to help you reduce frustration and increase profits in your stone shop.

or download the FREE article:

5 Mistakes Stone Shops Make

How we help you:

Podcast

Listen to the Fab Lab and learn
while you drive

Custom Fab Gear

Buy our Stone Fabrication Gear direct

The Book

Read “Less Chaos More Cash” and get control of your operation

How we help you:

Podcast

Listen to the Fab Lab and learn while you drive

Custom Fab Gear

Buy our Stone Fabrication Gear direct

The Book

Read “Less Chaos More Cash” and get control of your operation
These simple, yet invaluable concepts that I had not considered have helped me minimize mistakes; risk intelligently, and keep the production process under control!

Perhaps more importantly, I actually enjoy the journey of owning and growing my business. I sincerely believe that these concepts are essential to all fabrication shops looking to establish themselves as profitable businesses. Jeff Lainez

Owner, ED Granite City, Atlanta, GA

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The M.A.P. to Maximum Performance and Profit

Mindset

Adopt a mindset that unleashes potential
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Your mindset is really a reflection of what you believe to be true.

What you believe about your employees and what you believe about yourself will determine if you reach your full potential.

Assets

Acquire resources that enable potential
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Sadly, many owners hear the word “asset” and think only of equipment, vehicles, and tools.

But that is only one class of Assets.

Consider the following and know that without them, your other “assets” will never be fully utilized.

  1. Vision
  2. PROcess
  3. Incentives

Persistence

Relentlessly pursue your full potential
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“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” -Thomas Edison

The road to maximum performance and profit is a GRIND!

Changing the way you think and demanding full use of your assets is a contest of wills.

You must decide that nothing short of your full potential is acceptable and pursue it indefinitely.

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