Contractors stay ahead of the curve with a plan

The Holy Grail of the subcontracting world seems to be finding a sine curve of just enough work to keep everyone busy. In a fairly good economy, which we haven’t seen in a while, the curve isn’t exceedingly steep, but is still a boom and bust cycle.  The question is can you beat the curve.

Every businessman knows that in order to be successful you must have work, both on hand and “in the pipe.” The prospect of living paycheck to paycheck when you worked for someone else gives way to the prospect of living job to job when you are in business for yourself.

If you have been in business long enough, you come to recognize the cycle of “feast or famine” as a recurring theme. The Holy Grail of the subcontracting world seems to be finding a sine curve of

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