FTR 070 Tim Dwyer – Why You Need to be Involved in Skills USA or CanadaListen and view episode notes
FTR 069 Matt Fanslow on Diet and Exercise – Not Necessarily a High Priority for Aftermarket ProsListen and view episode notes
FTR 068 Ron Ipach – Close Your Shop and Go Get a JobListen and view episode notes
FTR 067 Rick White – Change Your Life and Your Business – Get To TrainingListen and view episode notes
FTR 066 Carm Capriotto – Struggling Shops and The Rule of HolesListen and view episode notes
FTR 065 Bill Haas – Never Let a Third Party Influence Your Profit StructureListen and view episode notes
FTR 064 Mike Davidson – An Idea on Where to Find Apprentices for Your ShopListen and view episode notes
FTR 063 Matt Fanslow – What The Aftermarket Can Learn From Reality Tv Business Shows. Have you ever watched a reality Business TV show and related to the owner who was on the hotListen and view episode notes
FTR 062 Rena Rennebohm -Stop Hiring Me To Fix Your Business From the Front CounterListen and view episode notes
FTR 061 Bill Haas – Let’s Not Make The Same Mistake We Made With R12 With Ownership Of Data? Let’s Re-thinkThis.Listen and view episode notes
FTR 060 Jeff Rudnick are Cooperatives in Our Future.
Consider economies of scale to save money and own your brand and control your marketing.
Greg Buckley on Lyft
Greg Buckley posted a video he did when he visited a LYFT Service Center in Philadelphia and shared his observations. No doubt this business model from LYFT is a disruptor and what can we learn from it and what should you know.Listen and view episode notes
FTR 058 Tomi Oliva- Would You Work For You?
Tomi Oliva from San Jose Automotive Center in Chicago reminds us how important morale and work environment is. He reminds you that it is the little things that matter.Listen and view episode notes
FTR 057: Carm Capriotto – Get Involved In This National Cancer Research Program
I’ve got a big ask for you. In the next few minutes, I’m going to set up a compelling reason to get involved with the Brakes for Breasts national program. This is a strong program that is nearing the $1M donation milestone. I feel it may happen soon. This year could be the year B4B hits this huge goal.
My respect and admiration for Laura Frank and Leigh Anne Best, who started brakes for breasts with a hand full of shops in the state of Ohio. Two lady service professionals have created a jewel of a program that continues to grow in support and influence in the industry. The program is Brakes For Breasts and it happens every October. Laura and Leigh Anne are independent service professionals and therefore know your business and can relate to the value Brakes For Breasts can bring to your business and for cancer research.
Total donated to Dr. Vincent Touhy at the Cleveland Clinic for his research on a Breast Cancer Vaccine is $747,771, since 2011. The $1M milestone is not too far away and to get there, your help is needed. www.brakesforbreasts.com is where you can sign up.Listen and view episode notes
Justin Barrett – Hard Talk on Areas of Improvement for Independents
Justin Barrett, owner and operator of Barrett Automotive, Cornelia, GA sees areas that need improvement for independent service operators.
Justin Barrett will hit a few nerves as he asks you to take a look at your facility through the lens of the customer. And if you are not requiring 80 hours of training for your people, according to Justin, you are not keeping pace. He’ll also tell you why and how he closes and takes his team to train at venues like Vision in Kansas City.Listen and view episode notes