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Everyone knows that a contractor is a gambler who doesn't get to shuffle, cut, or deal the cards, and that the low bidder wins by losing. When a contractor is working on more than one project at a time, the poker game can get downright dangerous. Managing more than one job is both a science and an art, especially when the jobs are big or complex. It takes organization, commitment, and perseverance, as well as an abundance of people skills to create and maintain a coherent company policy. You won't make money simply by taking on more jobs; the secret is to create systems that enable you to manage each