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    Posted December 26, 2013 by
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    Construction Consultant Scott Dorpinghaus took the stage to help construction company owners see their true potential. "Your mindset can determine your success and the time frame in which you achieve it, or it can determine your failure" Scott Dorpinghaus said to kick off his presentation. During his time on the stage it was clear he had everyone's attention. But it wasn't only what he said or did on the stage that got everyone's attention. Once he finished, he had a current client from the area come up and give a live testimonial and answer questions. This business owner took his construction company from $350,000 to over $800,000 in less than 12 months. That had the room spinning with disbelief. He then took extra time to sit with each table to answer questions that each table came up with. He made sure every question was answered. It was refreshing to see someone who cares for the success of small business owners. Scott Dorpinghaus is doing something very few are doing. He is combining consulting with coaching. He offered packages that not only help companies immediately, but also help sustain growth over time with continued coaching. This is a new spin on the old way of consulting in the construction industry and Scott Dorpinghaus is clearly proving to be a leader.

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