If you could ask the experts in the industry 5 questions, and KNOW that you were going to get real answers, not sales pitches, what would you ask?

Views: 651

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

I have one really good question. If Jimmy cracks corn and no one cares, why is there a song about him?
Sorry Tommy I couldn't help myself. Good question though

 1. Are you doing what you believe in,or are you settling for what you are doing?

2. If we learn from our mistakes,why are we so afraid to make new ones?

3.Are you doing what you believe in,or are you settling for what you are doing?

4. Are humans innately good,or evil?

5. Why do are egos loom so largely in the doorways of our perception.

And I have a 6th one just for You Tommy.

6. Why the f*** are you quitting concrete???????????????????????????????????????????????

I love concrete ,but I don't really got any questions about it that can be answered unless somebody knows how to make clear concrete. That would be sick, I would rather know what makes all you f****** tick.

  

To answer question #6 Josh, I would have to explain the answer to "#7".....what makes you f****** tick!!  As you know Josh....we get called in our spirits to new places.  The biggest question is are you brave enough to follow that guide?  I am.  And it leads me away from concrete.  I don't understand it, but I trust it.  Life, like a drug addiction, gives you the choice to stay where you are and enjoy the feelings you have (which may not be good for you, but you like them), or seek the change, put in the work and do what your gut tells you to do.

If you really love concrete . And love to create with it, why sell it? Is that not selling what you love, therefore selling your soul?

Like Josh's #2.    

Who ARE the Experts?

If I saw one I would definitely have  some questions.

There are apparently no experts in this industry......so I guess we will never get our questions answered.

We only have masturs in this industry "baters".

Making dense, sealable, bad ass concrete takes money, not drag racing money, but money nonetheless.  It's great to create and have others appreciate it and pay me for what it's worth.  Selling my soul?  Selling my soul would be creating crap simply for the money.  My first communication with prospects is all about talking people out of concrete.  If they want it after I explain the pros and cons and they allow me some freedom to tweak and create then they get to become customers and I charge handsomely.

jesse felby said:

If you really love concrete . And love to create with it, why sell it? Is that not selling what you love, therefore selling your soul?

1. Has anyone made the jump from one off fabrication to manufacturing precast products? If so, what were some of the unforeseen issues with that shift?

2. On the issue of hiring employees, is it advantageous to train personnel from scratch, or filter potentials with similar industrial experience?

3. What was I planning on doing with a these sliced up ping pong balls?

4. Are weekend blitz build workshops for local homeowners/DIYers a viable market to explore?

5. Has anyone explored the idea of building a 3 axis manual router for producing multiple ICF?

How about that can worm for ya all (-: 



josh lilly said:

 1. Are you doing what you believe in,or are you settling for what you are doing?

2. If we learn from our mistakes,why are we so afraid to make new ones?

3.Are you doing what you believe in,or are you settling for what you are doing?

4. Are humans innately good,or evil?

5. Why do are egos loom so largely in the doorways of our perception.

And I have a 6th one just for You Tommy.

6. Why the f*** are you quitting concrete???????????????????????????????????????????????

I love concrete ,but I don't really got any questions about it that can be answered unless somebody knows how to make clear concrete. That would be sick, I would rather know what makes all you f****** tick.

  

Reply to Discussion

RSS

Sponsor's Training

Concrete Countertop Mix Recipes

Featured Product

    Featured Product 

Fishstone's Super-SIX-Admix™ is a proprietary blend of SIX different admixtures designed to achieve pinhole free, dense and strong concrete that will free flow in precast molds.  Super SIX makes it easy to produce Ultra high performance concrete (UHPC), also known as Engineered Concrete Composition (ECC) and Reactive Powder Concrete (RPC).  Super-SIX™  is a non-hazardous material utilizing the newest and most advanced technologies.

© 2018   Created by Tom Fischer.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service