With the outbreak of COVID-19, many companies are experiencing unforeseen challenges. For this episode of The Wealthy Contractor Podcast, we’re sharing the audio from a webinar with you on how to adjust and overcome those challenges.
Most importantly right now, you must protect your mindset and attitude as a leader, but there are also some real-world strategies and tactics that you can (and should) implement in your business today.Read More
With the Coronavirus threatening to disrupt our day to day lives (some of you may already be affected), I wanted to make sure you had sage advice on how to handle this in your business.
So Wednesday morning I reached out to my long time client and friend Charlie Gindele and asked him to join me for this special episode of The Wealthy Contractor Podcast. When I’m looking for words of wisdom, encouragement or confidence, I often lean on Charlie Gindele. He has led Renewal by Andersen of Orange County since 1984 and has seen his share of challenging situations.Read More
Today’s guest is Mark Curry, Founder and CEO of Your Remodeling Guys in York, PA. He actually started out with a degree and career in Aerospace Engineering (yes, he is a rocket scientist) before coming to the realization that he desired the life of a Wealthy Contractor.
So, Mark made the decision to switch careers and originally owned a business that sold windows, siding and sunrooms. After selling his company, he found himself in a situation where he needed to reinvent his business, and Your Remodeling Guys was born - which today employs 18 salespeople.Read More
On today’s episode, we’re talking with Scott Berman of Florida Window & Door. Scott’s business completed over 4,000 jobs in 2019, which as you know is no small feat.
Beginning with his sales department, Scott built a robust company culture and designed his processes and best practices around that model. He also learned a very important lesson along the way about hiring and properly training the right salespeople, and the importance of focusing his efforts on his bottom line instead of his top line.Read More