Coaching – Advice – Leadership Series

RR 140: Maylan Newton – Part 2

Maylan Newton from ESI – Educational Seminars Institute is making his second visit to the podcast. Maylan is a business coach, trainer and industry speaker. Catastrophic Failure of Me. Maylan experienced a life changing event on December 30, 2014. He pulled through it and he has been on a crusade speaking about the lessons he learned.…

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RR 130: Barry Barrett from RLO

Barry Barrett is an authority on sales and selling. He is the Director of Training for RLO where Barry’s sales and training capabilities operate at full capacity in his dual roles as lead salesperson and service manager trainer. Learn about passion, discovering your WHY and what the top qualities are of a superstar service adviser.

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RR 124: Jeremy O’Neal from Advisorfix

The three most important traits of the professional Service Advisor. Jeremy O’Neal president of Advisorfix joins Carm Capriotto in an engaging interview on the value of the service advisor and the traits and role they play in successful shops. Jeremy covers goals, the ratio of service advisors to technicians, accountability, trust and why most shops approach the sales side vs. the client’s vehicle agenda of the business completely wrong.

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RR 108: Maylan Newton from ESI -Part 1

Are you ready for a very powerful message to help improve your business? Are you at the point where you need a push to get help or support? Are you at the pinnacle of your career and want to know how much further you can go?

Maylan Newton from ESI – Educational Seminars Institute will give you some straight up advice on how to be more successful. Maylan a business coach, trainer and industry speaker says, “He is ‘just a car guy’ with lots knowledge and is brave enough to talk about it”.

Maylan’s purpose is to educate leaders to be a better owner or service writer. Inside this episode are some very powerful tips from Maylan to improve your journey. Get the Brake Clean Story. Learn Maylan’s top 3 keys to improved profitability. Hear great insight into succession planning. Learn how many hours of training owners should get per year … and more.

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RR 096: Jeff Peevy of AMI on Creating A Learning Culture

Meet Jeff Peevy, President of the Automotive Management Institute (AMI), a 34-year industry veteran who has spent the past 20 years involved with education and research. Jeff discusses and drives home an important strategy on ‘Building A Learning Culture’ in your business. This episode can be distilled down to four words: Let’s Go Learn Something!…

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RR 063: Value of a Business Coach

Business coaching is a hot subject and one that my guests know a lot about; they share their reasons for engaging a business coach and honestly and intimately tell how it has changed their lives and business. Two of my guests have done or are doing coaching for other shop owners.  An enormous amount of…

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RR 062: Tom Ham of Automotive Management Network

Tom Ham created, in 2003, Automotive Management Network.com which today has more than 10,000 members. Tom’s wife Deb is his partner in both endeavors.  Automotive Management Network is a free automotive aftermarket forum that is packed with management resources, articles and discussions on almost any subject you can think of. Tom has held a Michigan…

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RR 049: Bob Greenwood from AAEC

Bob Greenwood, AAM is President and CEO of Automotive Aftermarket E-Learning Centre Ltd.   AAEC is a company focused on providing Business Management Resources and Development for the Independent Sector of the aftermarket industry. Bob has over 40 years of Business Management experience within the Independent sector of the automotive aftermarket industry in North America, consulting…

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RR 041: Jim Murphy from Elite Worldwide

Jim Murphy prefers to use only one word when describing himself: coach, “That’s all I am, and honestly, that’s all I want to be,” he says. In nearly every position Murphy has held throughout his 30-plus-year career in the repair industry, his work has revolved around shop improvement. After graduating from Oregon State University, Murphy…

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