People will TRY HARD to stop you from Succeeding - Raw Inspiration & Motivation
By Gabe "the General Contractor" Krueger
"What is exactly going on with my business?"
As business owners, we find ourselves focusing and devoting A LOT of time to growing. At the end of the day, many contractors find they have eaten the easiest and fastest thing with little concern for how that will affect our future. Ross Aubrey, owner of Higher Purpose Fitness, discusses how to stay healthy when running your business.
Common excuses contractors have when it comes to taking the time to exercise:
"I have had an injury in the past, so I can't exercise." There are plenty of variations of exercises that you can do that won't re-injure or irritate past problems. There is always a way.
"I work out in the field all day, isn't that enough exercise?" Focus on intensity instead of duration. You don't need to spend an hour on a treadmill. An intense 5-10 minute can be much more effective than a long, drawn out workout.
How do we fuel our bodies when we're on the run all day and don't have a lot of time? Get in tune with if...
Matt Jones of The Site Shed Podcast joins Stan to teach us how to use a website as a way to create a good business database that we can market to over time.
Use your website as a way to create content. This content can then be used to create leads. To run seasonal campaigns, it's important to capture customer data. You want to get people to your website, you want to create a community.
Using free guides and downloads, you can "tag" people so you can create lists so you are marketing the right things to the right people. When you are marketing, it's important to build trust by giving them information they can use. Communicate things that are relevant to the customer.
Danny Iny's passion is teaching people how to sell online courses to generate income. He is the founder of Mirasee, a company dedicated to improving the world by helping people spread their knowledge. They teach people how to do different components of online marketing.
Chad has always been a very hands-on and visual learner. In school, he struggled with bookwork but excelled when it came to building and doing. No matter how you think and solve problems, you have to adapt that to your business.
Chad has dyslexia and has learned how to use his "disability" to his advantage when it comes to solving and anticipating problems on the job site.
Stan: I am with Marvin with Wis-Coat today. He's going to talk about sealcoating. It is a very lucrative additional business that you can get into. It can be either be a solo business, or it can be an additional service onto whatever outdoor service business you're already doing.
Stan: Marvin was eighteen years old. He saved up enough money to start his own seal coating business and now he's doing up to eight thousand dollars a day in seal coating driveways. He's going to teach us how you can do it as well.
Stan: Before we get started, Marvin, can you just tell us what exactly is seal coating?
Marvin: So your asphalt over time loses some of the essential aggregate that's on top. You'll notice that it goes from smooth to a little bit rough, and then if you look across your neighbors and theirs is cracked and has potholes, that's from lack of seal coating. So what a seal coating does, this goes on top. We use a product, either...
I’m with Zane Hill, he is 16 years old. He started his mowing company with $0 he is gonna share. Thank you for coming on the air. I absolutely love this story. Can you tell us how you got started, Zane?
In summer 2016 I searched and searched for jobs young kids. I didn't have my driver's licence and stuff, so I was going to work at Chick-Fil-A, but I decided not to because it was so much work to get there and back every day. I actually never mowed before. Never even my yard. My dad told me to go cut the grass, so I cut the grass and it was kind of fun. I liked what I did and you could see the final result that was where it got all started. So you were 15 when you started cutting grass for the first time? Yes sir. You are 16 now?? Yes, I turned 16 over the summer. And you have your own company called the Young Man and His Mower?? Yes sir. How did you get started? How did you get mower??
Luckily my parents had two mowers. My dad...
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