I have found myself in this very situation over and over. Deadlines, meetings, and expectations piled up, and all the while you have a steady stream of projects which you need to design fast. Each is unique in most mays and requires proper planning, but when the rubber meets the road I could just not give them all the same due diligence.
Open opportunities that you need to close, new project designs and requests that may or may not come true, but if you don’t get around to quoting them, you know they will never turn into productive jobs; and you scramble trying to make it all done, but leave some loose ends that keep you working late, or up at night?
Now you might think like I did, the best option is to find the happy middle of which designs are the biggest dollars, and have the highest likely hood of actually closing. That leaves money on the table though potentially, and no one wants to leave valuable work and income floating in the limbo.
So how then did I get it all done? Extra hours? There are only so many of those you can give. Speed through without proper considerations? That costs more money in the end.
I went outside the box.
Now in a new position, I am reflecting on my time getting stuck in the mud and working under the gun and realize that the network of friends and partners I have made at Starin, have the same willingness to work with all of our partner dealers like you.
Send us your project details now for a quick turn around.