Protocol & Performance

Day 1

Stop, Look, & Listen

[Please, study this Lesson in one sitting]


As always, it’s a pleasure and a great honor sharing useful information with others. Yet, even more than that, it’s our greatest pleasure and honor sharing it with you. Thanks for dropping by and sharing your personal time to see what “Protocol & Performance” is all about. Please, be assured of this: You won’t be disappointed. Your reason for being here could be in any number of categories, but what’s most important is that you’re here and you’re going to benefit. In this Lesson, we’re going to consider:                    

*The “7 Basic Certainties” to private home living;                    

*The importance of always being conscientious about what these “7 Basic Certainties” entail:                     

*The “4 Key Questions”  which’s answers are pivotal determinants for if whether or not your home projects will match or exceed your best expectations.  

At this point and for every succeeding Lesson, please, STOP any tendencies you may have to wander, please, LOOK (focus) on the business at hand; and please, LISTEN intently since the course reaches a lot deeper than what you can readily hear.


An Established Fact

As a private home decision maker, there are a number of inescapable certainties. Although we can list many which are specific to each household, hopefully, it’ll suffice to just list a few positive aspects among them. We’re doing this because often we’re so inundated by all the other things going on in our lives that we really don’t stop to consider what these are, and how crucial it is for us to have a reliable plan for action specific to them.  

7 Basic Certainties

    1. You live there

    2. You need to live there;

    3. While you’re living there, you want the situation to be as comfortable and as convenient for you (which includes your family, where applicable) as possible;

    4. In order to ensure your comfort and convenience within the context of property rather than within that of your personal disposition [irrespective of the nature of physical circumstances, alone] you need sufficient funds to address related:     

                                             a. Fixed bills (such as mortgage and/or leasing fees; utilities and services)                                                                                    

                                             b. Incidental bills (supplies, materials, services, accessories, tools, equipment, appliances, etc.);

    5. Something will malfunction and will need to be repaired, removed, and/or replaced;

Examples: Water heater, Furnace, Air Conditioners, Dual HVAC central systems, thermostats, gas fire places, garage doors, an assortment of water pumps, switch boxes, diversified electrical switches, permanent light fixtures, electronic entry/exit systems for gates and doors, security systems (including cameras, monitors, and central control panels, especially for some estates).      

   6. You’ll always have a few projects you’ll settle for doing yourself;      

   7. You’ll always have special projects best delegated to outside assistance.

Please, take special note of the fact that if it’s part of the house and/or your land and it has a unique function, it’ll inevitably malfunction and require repair, adjustment, or replacement. Knowing this, it becomes more than imperative to consider these 4 Key Questions and for you to answer them with relative and comparable authority.

4 Key Questions

                    1. When is the best time to do what?

                    2. Who’s going to do it?

                    3. How much is it going to cost?

                    4. How well defined is my protocol?


*Research Links:

1. "HOME SERVICE VALIDATION SYSTEM" (Nation's 1st Standardized Contractor Screening System for the Home) 

2. Pre-Project Cost Assessment Work Sheet.  This download is also free!

3. Acknowledgement & Acceptance (form & purpose).

Please Note That "Research Links" May Become Inactive, Especially Those Which Are Outside HGRBS (Course Sponsor) Jurisdiction. In The Event This Occurs, Please Notify Us Immediately Using The Contact Form Provided In  Protocol Assistance.

 End of lesson for Day 1– “Stop!, Look!, & Listen!”

Tomorrow: Day 2 - Planning

“Since planning is the most rudimentary aspect for successful home projects, its significance is briefly addressed here in this lesson for Day 2 in relation to four basic factors: Hesitancy, Insight, Wisdom, and Foresight.”


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 In the meantime, please, continue to make better decisions since, truly, the worst you’ll get are BETTER RESULTS!


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