How do you hire for a role you don’t really understand? There are lots of times in a business owner’s life where the expansion of the company requires roles that they themselves have limited knowledge of. Since this isn’t a new problem, this episode gives a solid process for hiring positions that you’ve never done.Continue reading
Here’s a common scenario: Two contractors work equally hard for 20 years in their businesses. At the end of the 20 years, one sells off their assets for $200K, the other sells their business for $10M. What’s the difference? That’s what we cover in this episode.Continue reading
Have you ever been frustrated by the fact that your team JUST DOESN’T GET IT?
Maybe it’s time to use a theme. A theme is a tool that helps you clearly communicate your ideas to your team in a way that gets significant results.
Spending the time upfront to establish a solid tax strategy could save you up to 40% AND lead to a much bigger investment portfolio long term. It’s key to know your strategy BEFORE you even start your fiscal year so start listening.Continue reading
Every business owner deals with a number of pain points on their journey to success. Whether that’s recruitment challenges, stress and time management, or revenue and sales (to name just a few). Learning to navigate them alone can be tough (if not impossible).
Being able to reach out to others in the industry and learn from their successes (and failures) enables you to navigate those humps.
In this episode of Contractor Evolution, Benji and I have compiled 10 of the most frequently asked questions from contracting entrepreneurs and are stoked to share with you our experiences.Continue reading
How Jason Hoke turned a small mowing business into a 10,000 jobs a year landscaping company that allowed him to step out of the daily operations (without going grey)Continue reading