YOU BUSINESS WILL NOT GROW WITHOUT A WELL THOUGHT OUT PROGRAM FOR TRAINING AND COACHING YOURSELF AND YOUR LEADERSHIP TEAM. LEARN HOW TO BUILD A GREAT LEADERSHIP PLAN BELOW.
EP 62: “Bags On” Carpenter to 380M in Real Estate in Just Over a Decade: Case Study – Barrett Johnston
Just 13 years ago, Barrett was working as a bags-on carpenter fresh out of school.
Since then, he has not only built an extremely successful construction company but has also become a full-blown multi-family developer.
You may have, at some point, pondered the idea of supercharging your growth by buying another business.
Entrepreneurs naturally see opportunity all around them – owners that don’t know what they’re doing, older guys trying to get out, young untapped potential rising up.
As we say all the time on the Contractor Evolution show, business is a game you have to play for the long run.
Today’s Episode is a case study with Curtis and Channell Murray of 180 Kitchens: A kitchen cabinet refacing business based in Vancouver BC. Listen carefully now okay? In one short year, they accomplished the following
The interconnectivity of the individuals on your team is a huge predictor of success.
When people know and trust each other they’re more likely to collaborate together on important work, they’re more likely to be honest with each other when it counts, and your business will be better for it.
There is one skill out there that very few people engage in, but when executed well leads to stronger social connections, increases your ability to problem solve, makes you a more interesting person, builds trust, and increases your effectiveness as a leader.
That skill is active listening.
EP49: Critical Conversations: How to Have Those Tough Conversations You’d Rather Avoid – Benji & Igor
The Los Angeles Rams have on the wall of their locker room a mantra. That mantra is, “The standard is the standard.”
It serves as a reminder to the team that the standard is non-negotiable. Excellence is self-evident, and it is always the goal. No if’s and’s or but’s.
At Breakthrough Academy (BTA), we get tons of questions from members and podcast listeners covering every aspect of the contracting experience. And while we do our best to answer them, we save those for times like this that we think deserve broader discussion with a wider audience
3 Characteristics you need to look for in leaders, but also HOW YOU INTERVIEW for leadership. Which is the tricky part.
Many business owners before you have known that the easiest way to compound your effort is to tap into the deep knowledge of advisors who have made a career out of getting results for people just like you. Here are the 5 you absolutely need.
What’s wrong with the younger generation? Are they lazy? Are they entitled? Are these points founded? What’s clear is that there is a difference. In this episode we establish what is going on and how to get the most out of the younger generation.
Contracting is fundamentally a team sport, so high-performing athletes is a talent pool you need to look at to stack your leadership roster – with Angus Reid, two-time Grey Cup champion, motivational speaker, and leadership coach.