Guest Host Carolyn Coquillette from Luscious Garage in San Francisco and CEO of Shop-Ware interviews Carm. . The Virtual Shop Tour by Maxmilian Macdonald from Maximilian MotorSports in Chehalis, WA. Trivia Challenge: What was the classic three-pointed star of Mercedes-Benz meant to initially symbolize? Listen for the fortune cookie wisdom of the week.Listen and view episode notes
ASE Educational Foundation [RR 630]
Many of us support education at the high school and college level giving of our time, guidance, and advice to advisory boards. If you are not I highly recommend getting involved. There are not enough independent voices on advisory boards. This is an important show where you will learn the role of the ASE Education Foundation in our schools and who is the biggest poachers of technician talent.
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Managing Family Business Dynamics [THA 218]
Too often we are subject to the stereotypes associated with family working in business together…favoritism, entitlement, a cloudy culture. But with a clearly defined role, you can actually celebrate having family involved and enjoy watching your business flourish. My panel shares their wisdom on walking the fine line integrating family into your business.
The panel: Judy Walter, Zimmerman’s Automotive, Mechanicsburg, PA
John Klarkowski, AutoPro Auto Service, Brooklyn Park, MN
Joe Hanson, Gordies Garage, Roseville, MI.
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Scan Tools Part 1 [RR 629]
Scan tools…who should be the one investing in scan tools? The owner? The technician? How often are you turning away jobs because you don’t have the right tool? Does a journeyman plumber need to buy their own tools to do a job? I don’t think so! These are all questions we cover in this episode with Matt Fanslow, Keith Perkins, and Bill Nalu. A wide-open panel discussion you will enjoy and learn just one thing.
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In honor of March’s Women History Month, I assembled a panel of lady shop owners to discuss the women’s role in the aftermarket. The ladies brought some wide-ranging perspectives and I loved the trajectory of this discussion. No matter your position or gender in our beloved aftermarket give this episode your due. The ladies were on fire.Listen and view episode notes
Guest Host Judi Haglin from Haglin Automotive talking about getting back to basics. The Virtual Shop Tour by Kenny Wedow from Fine Tuned Auto in Broomfield, CO. Kenny recently built a brand new facility. Trivia Challenge: What do Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Audi, Ducati, and Porsche have in common? Listen for the fortune cookie wisdom of the week.Listen and view episode notes
From Hobby to Drift Racing Career with Matthew Haugen [RR 628]
Has your love of cars turned from hobby to career? Was it on the backburner as you pursue other ventures but somehow you always circled back to it? In this episode with 28 year old Matthew Haugen we learn his journey from being a baby in diapers trying to take off the wheels of his dad’s corvette, to becoming a professional drifter and successful YouTube influencer, with a special trip to Japan in between. Find out how he did it!
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Auto Repair in the Decade of the Nineties [THA 217]
It’s quite fitting this episode is being released on a Thursday…because it is the quintessential #throwbackthursday. My panel is taking a trip down memory lane in the 1990’s…the era of OBD2 and the huge shift in technology. Change is never easy but it is always a necessity, hear how my guests handled the changes and adapted in order to move forward. You can watch the video of this episode and find the key talking points at remarkableresults.biz/a217Listen and view episode notes