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Abrams has perfected praxis of small business management and success. His easy to follow 10-step formula "PRAXIS S-10®" successfully applied has been evidenced to accelerated growth and profits for companies producing $80,000 to as much as $500 million in annual sales. His principles have been acclaimed and studied in various business and trade publications as well as colleges and universities.
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At PRAXIS S-10®, success is not just a buzz word, but a series of practical actions that have been proven effective by the world's most successful contractors.
What causes an evaporator coil to ice up?
What causes an air conditioning unit to trip a breaker?
What is the correct slope for high efficient furnace venting?
An old furnace and natural draft water heater are currently vented into a common chimney, what considerations should be taken when the old furnace is replaced with a high efficiency furnace?
Refrigerant gauges are used to check:
A $5,000 replacement sale was made using a no-interest financing promotion with a $400 dealer fee, and the cost of the equipment was $2,000. The total net sales revenue is:
Inventory should not exceed ___________ % of annual net sales?
Which of these methods would be acceptable for allocating overhead expenses for a departmentalized financial statement:
The Income Statement Equation is:
A company’s debt to equity ratio should not exceed ____________?
For over four decades, Jim Abrams has been at the epicenter of every major change that has occurred in the HVAC industry… He’s known as the “Professor of Profits.” As a leading industry influencer and innovator, Jim has unprecedented experience throughout every inch of the world of contracting. He has taken his deep knowledge and understanding in contracting and business, and created a time-tested and proven 10-step formula for success. Now he has made this most closely guarded secret formula available to contractors everywhere seeking success via PRAXIS S-10™, the premier Success College for Contractors.
In the 70’s, Jim led Trane’s entry into the residential HVAC business and took Trane’s “Five Saluting Men” nationwide. Perfecting the “Add-on” business, created a prosperous model for residential contractors.
His unending entrepreneurial spirit led to the opening of his own business in the 80’s. They called him “The King of Replacements,” as he rapidly built the largest residential service company in North America. His innovations continued. Using unorthodox methods such as telemarketing, foot canvassers and direct mail he was the first contractor with over 10,000 service agreements.
Next, Jim thought of a way to increase profitability. He entered the distribution business in order to supply his own company with equipment. Throughout this portion of his career, he shifted the marketplace from one that was considered too cold for heat pumps into one where heat pumps were a hot commodity. Jim was the first contractor to offer 10-year parts and labor, and the first contractor to private label HVAC equipment.
In the 90’s Jim founded Contractors Success Group where he invented the contracting industry’s “Best Practice” concept. One out of two of the contractors that followed his wisdom, techniques and best business practices went on to become millionaires and multi-millionaires.
Jim invented HVAC consolidation when he founded Service Experts. This was the first publicly traded HVAC Company, which grew to its peak of nearly a Billion-dollar residential service company. Then Jim took a very brief retirement – but he did not stay away for too long.
Within the first decade of the 21st century, surpassing his first “Best Practice” organization, he launched what became the industry’s largest “Best Practice” organization, AirTime 500, Plumbers’ Success International, Electricians’ Success International and Roofers’ Success International.
During this same time period, he built one of the largest residential service contracting companies in America, generating over $188 Million dollars in residential service revenue.
Next, he introduced branding to the HVAC industry when he founded One-Hour Air Conditioning and Heating. With the rapid rise of this company, to his credit he has built two of the largest HVAC residential service companies in America.
Almost all of the largest and most successful HVAC contractors in North America today have been clients and are using this business model created and developed by Jim Abrams.
You can too, through his Guiding Principles for HVAC Success, now being taught at PRAXIS S-10™, the Success College for Contractors.
Discover what hundreds of contractors from across the country already have. Praxis S-10 is the culmination of 4 decades of innovations, knowledge, tools and training. Get the HVAC industries' very best on your team, committed to your success.
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