The DYOJO Way
Estimating and project management skills development coaching for property restoration estimators.
Are you an intentional property restoration estimator and you want to shorten your DANG learning curve for the next steps of your estimating and project management?
The DYOJO Way teaches us that to be Intentional Restorers, we need to develop the mindset and habits for estimating and project management, which include:
Often we allow ourselves to be caught in the hamster wheel of busyness, telling ourselves that we are working “harder” and therefore never stopping to develop a process for working “smarter”. It’s difficult to do, but you and I have to take a step back if we are going to improve the process. One area that I would like to direct our attention towards, that assists our team members to perform their functions much more efficiently and leads to much better project outcomes, is business relationships.
If we rate our relationships on a scale of niceness, perhaps we can compare this feature to the familiar story of Goldilocks the Adjuster and the Three Estimator Bears:
We go into greater detail on developing the mindset and habits to succeed with insurance claim estimating and project management in my book, Be Intentional: Estimating which is available in Kindle and paperback. Pay attention to those small things that either enhance or undermine your effort to intentionally develop a thriving culture.
If you want to develop your mindset and habits to excel with estimating for property restoration, The DYOJO Way will help you achieve your goals:
Resources from The DYOJO for property restoration estimators and project managers:
Property Restoration Books
Starting Your Restoration Business
Property Restoration Podcasts
Testimonials for The DYOJO:
"I thoroughly enjoyed my time working Jon and came to know him as a truly valuable asset.. He is honest, dependable and incredibly hard working. Beyond that, he is an impressive rapport builder who is always working to ensure the highest standards of customer service." - Kirk M, insurance adjuster