The 7 Power Contractor

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Book review number 4

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Title – The 7 Power Contractor

Author – Al Levi

This book is a MUST READ for any tradie/contractor. It’s short, so you can power through it and the way it’s written makes it very easy to digest the content and action principles from within.

The principles that Al talks about in this book are big business things, that have been perfectly sculpted to suit trade-based organisations. It uses ‘organisational structure’ as a foundation and then dives deep into the frameworks and the methodologies that bring it all to life. 

You can get a copy at Amazon, or from www.7PowerContractor.com
*Format – Paperback, eBook, Audiobook

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