by Geoffrey Lamdin
It's after 6 a.m. and six framers are sitting
around waiting for the lumber delivery so
they can get started. The job supervisor can't
find the boss to ask if the crew should go to
another job. Each hour's delay is costing
more than $100.
This is a time-management problem.
And time can shake our businesses and
our personal lives by the tail if we don't
learn how to use it.
Raymond Lowery, owner of Lowery
Builders in Wilder, Vt., puts it this way:
"How can I keep up with my work-
never mind making the business
grow-spend more time with my wife
and son, and keep up with new products