Okay…on a couple of threads, the debate is raging on whether or not Nick should pursue his idea of creating a logo and promoting full timers. Why should the public place 100% of their confidence in the skills and expertise of someone who hasn’t done the same?..might be how we feel, but not necessarily a positive way of putting this idea forward (although I might put that in my blog. I kinda like it.)
This thread…until it is hijacked and degenerates into something else…is intended to focus upon ideas as to how to actually promote this concept in a positive manner with no collateral damage.
Here is something to start the discussion: (Reminder: We are in the public forum.)
When you hire a full-time inspector to provide you with a report on the condition of a home you are wanting to sell or buy….
You know that you are hiring an inspector who is placing his name and his business on the same line as his signature.
You know that you are hiring an inspector who has committed 100% of himself to his profession, and who is committed 100% to adding you to his list of satisfied clients.
You know that you are hiring an inspector who depends upon the satisfaction of his clients to be successful in his business.
You know that you are placing your confidence in a home inspector who has confidence in himself, and who has demonstrated the ability to depend upon his skills to provide for himself and his family.
You know that you won’t have to wait for him to return from his “day job” to provide you with additional information, support and service.
You know that you are hiring an inspector who considers his home inspection training, skills and development to be his greatest personal and professional strengths.
- You know that you are putting your faith in a home inspector who has faith enough in his own reliability that he commits to you 100%.