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Helping Local Small Business Owners like handymen, cleaners, landscapers, painters, tradesman, dog groomers, franchisees, pool cleaners, brick & mortar, etc, earn a 6 figure income. So if you're working 60, 70 hours a week and struggle to grow your small business and you want more financial freedom, this show is for you. My mission is to help you earn an awesome income!
 
Man in the Van is your regular audio drive time companion, where our aim is, education through a conversation. Through our conversations, we delve deep into all things related to the trades-person contracting community, from news to education to industry “happenings”, helping you do better business while building a better and improved South African tradesmen and women contracting community. Join the Conversation!
 
The Off The Tools Podcast is hosted by Wayne Bettess, Wayne Bettess has discussions with a wide variety of people, from small business owners to Trades Professionals to Entrepreneurs and even Multi Millionaires! Wayne is a passionate Entrepreneur and some episodes will be just Wayne Bettess talking about Mindset, Self Development, and insights into his own Businesses. Off The Tools was Founded by Wayne Bettess with the sole focus of empowering people to achieve more in life and business. Way ...
 
Hosts Garrett And Craig joined by the legion of craftsmen, guest from all trades union and not. We talk about our work we have and the tools we like. What’s been working, what hasn’t . .Talking with our fellow tradesmen and drinking beer n whiskey. Cheers Check out the hardhat sticker store on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/shop/Localnonunion
 
First launched in 2016 for Bend, Oregon, BUILD Magazine is now a must-have resource for anyone looking to build or renovate their custom dream home. BUILD has grown into curated collection of a region’s most talented and inspired craftsmen in the building industry; the publication aims to showcase skilled and innovative experts to an audience motivated to build or renovate their high-end home. By bringing together the most experienced tradesmen in one detailed collection, BUILD gives insight ...
 
On the Learnings and Missteps Podcast, Jesse and Rene dig into the stories of the men and women who have built careers in the construction industry. Each guest, from front line installers to Executives, intimately describes their earliest career aspirations to the current day and how they intend to impact the world going forward. Let us bend your ear and join us in our efforts in Enhancing the image of Careers in Construction.
 
One dark and stormy night, a stranger arrives in West Sussex at a village inn. He is heavily clad in an overcoat and his face is wrapped in bandages. He takes a room at the inn, but refuses to socialize with anyone. He stays cooped up in his room all day and night, working with strange chemicals and apparatus. Suddenly, strange events begin to happen in the village. Mysterious burglaries and fires break out, culminating in a destructive rampage across the peaceful countryside. The stranger i ...
 
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Leslie and Catherine reflect on their partnership and passion for their work. To them, “a door is functional art,” and that “not every door has to make a statement, but every door serves a purpose.” The door is a piece to showcase personality and architecture, and they believe that it is an often overlooked part of the home. The two met and went in…
 
You are having a great year. You are ROCKING IT! Good money at the end of the day. But are you profitable? Do you make the sale, pay the bills and live off the rest? Then you might want to listen to this episode, as your business might not be as profitable as you think you are. **SMALL BUSINESS OWNER TIPS for RUNNING A PROFITABLE BUSINESS** Want mo…
 
Back on the mic with me this week is my good friend Lance Liggett founder and CEO of Thigh Huggers. Lance was on the podcast in Sept 2020 #33. That will give you a great back story on Lance and the business. This week we discuss explosive growth, making the leap to full time buisness owner and the continuing process of being innovative. IG @thigh_h…
 
In the decades after the founding of Charleston in 1670, more than a dozen tribes of indigenous people across the Lowcountry interacted with the growing population of White settlers and enslaved Africans. Disease, warfare, and displacement gradually reduced their numbers, however, and the first people of the Lowcountry were virtually extinct by the…
 
Of his clients, Justin always asks, “How can I serve them well? How can I be authentic?” It is a way of thinking he developed largely thanks to his father’s saying that “money is a consequence of good business.” It’s an approach that also extends to his own team. Justin notes that, because he has such a powerful focus on his team’s why, he has cand…
 
Wouldn’t it be great to bring back the honor in the trades and eliminate the stigma surrounding the sector? Now is the time to change the narrative about the trades and bring back the deserved honor to the industry. In this episode, we have Steve Turner, a custom upholstery small business owner and the founder of Bring Back the Trades organization.…
 
What Is It You Do? | The Answer Might Surprise You Mindset is HUGE in your business. Sometimes it is the little things we say that give insight into what blocks us from huge success and profits. The answer to this one little question of “what is it you do” can really make the difference between earning employee wages and having a successful, thrivi…
 
Matthew's father says, “His mission for this company was to create a place where brilliantly talented people could come together and do what they love to do—and he was the orchestra leader.” That theme of cultural harmony permeates the entirety of Thomas Riley today. Matt speaks on the collaborative environment he, Tom, and Ben continue to foster w…
 
Today I sat down with Nick and Lorenzo, who are 4th year electrician apprentices in the Union here inn the Bay Area. The theme of this conversation was the frustrations Nick and Lorenzo have been dealing with inside their local. The Union life has served these two men well in their careers so it was interesting hearing their opinions about what is …
 
Yes! You Do Have Cost of Goods in Your Business! There are many small business owners who own a service-based business and their bookkeeper is telling them they don’t have costs of goods only expenses. Or they just take a lump sum of money at the end of the month and do not properly account for the labor hours that are part of the service. Let’s ta…
 
This week we discuss the struggles between subcontractors and general contractors. What is the right way? What is the best way? Is the client winning? These are some of the questions we answer in this conversation based on a real example. @thetradesmanexperience @natenewton87 thetradesmanexperience.com thetradesmanexperience@gmail.com…
 
For more than three centuries, the government of South Carolina has used a ceremonial sword to represent the state’s military strength and civil authority. The original “sword of state” disappeared from the state house in 1941, however, and its theft is now a cold case of historical proportions.By Nic Butler, CCPL
 
John discusses his transition from East Hampton to Naples and how he has adapted a specific design process he was already so familiar with to a state with completely different architectural standards and tastes. He also speaks on his leadership philosophy and why he intends to preserve Stofft Cooney’s in-person company culture in spite of the incre…
 
What does it take to find a fulfilling career that makes you completely happy? Finding a career or owning a business that fulfills you even when things get difficult should be an ultimate goal. In this episode, we have Lisa Payan, the owner of Mastermind Plumbing in San Antonio Texas, a mother, and a community contributor. Lisa left her accounting …
 
Today I sat down with Adam of @ajtxknives . Adam is a journeyman electrician that currently travels the western part of the united states working on the wind mill farms. We chatted about how he got into that line of work and some of his experiences in the field. Adam makes outstanding knives with his extra time . We did a craftsmens swap one of my …
 
The number one mistake many small business owners make is failing to save for their taxes for their small business. This can lead to thousands of dollars in back taxes. We will discuss the best practice that can help save you from having the IRS on your back. **SMALL BUSINESS OWNER TIPS for RUNNING A PROFITABLE BUSINESS** Want more? Here are some p…
 
A Charleston law of 1793 required the proprietors of pubs and barrooms to assist physicians attempting to revive the bodies of “apparently dead” persons lingering in a state of “suspended animation.” This medical endeavor, based on cutting-edge science of the day, involved procedures both ghoulish and comical that blazed a path towards the modern t…
 
A transplant to Big Island from San Francisco, Gary brought over his 16 years of experience in the fast-paced Bay Area world of commercial and retail lighting. Gary and the Aloha Light & Design team operate under the philosophy of the Hawaiian word kina’ole, which essentially means "doing the right thing; in the right way; at the right time; in the…
 
This podcast was a special treat . I happen to see Jake on instagram and he was Passing through vacaville on foot on the beginning of his fourth trip walking across the US. Jake is an Army Vet who was dealing with ptsd ,and he found comfort in walking. He has walked Across the country 3 times and has some pretty cool stories to tell. He is currentl…
 
Wayne Bettess Bio - Daddy – Husband – Business Coach – Podcast Host – Author – Entrepreneur Wayne Bettess is a leading Trades Business Coach, He isn’t like traditional business coaches in regards to the fact that he still owns two businesses in the heating industry, YourNewBoiler.com & WarmaHome.com. Wayne’s story is one of many Successes and Failu…
 
Wayne Bettess CEO of Off The Tools Academy speaks with Tom Reber the CEO of The Contractor Fight. This is a must-listen for Tradesmen, Tradeswomen and contractors across the world. Buy Tom Reber Book here - Winning The Contractor Fight Wayne Bettess Bio - Off The Tools™ was founded by Wayne Bettess to provide World Class Business Coaching, Guidance…
 
The most powerful and important thing you can do to earn more money in your business is to learn your business numbers. By knowing your business numbers, you make better decisions on how to price and where the spend the money you take in via your sales. Make a commitment to know your business's numbers and watch your profits grow! **SMALL BUSINESS …
 
The Apprentices’ Library Society, founded in 1824, sought to enhance the education of Charleston youths by providing reading material to teenagers studying traditional handicrafts, but its educational mission expanded to include programs and classes. Although fire wrecked the society’s fortunes in 1861 and it dissolved in 1874, this forgotten insti…
 
In 2000, Vern's son Bob became General Manager of the business while his daughter Charcie oversaw the accounting functions and human resources. Bob passed away in 2015, and his son Dave took over the family business. Listen in as Dave reflects on the ins-and-outs of managing a business that was started by his grandfather 71 years ago and how the ho…
 
Are you ready to start embracing lean construction principles and processes as a leader in construction? By adopting lean construction principles and processes in your construction projects, you will enhance everyone’s experience and work as an integrated team. In this episode, we have Brian Winningham, Field Driven Lean owner, and has over 20 year…
 
Today i sat down with Michelle and Robert from @driverback. Michelle is the face and person behind driverbacks instagram page and Robert is her ride or die and a union pipefitter . we chatted about how the driverback drill holster came to be , and how robert found his way into the trades. we also gave our perspectives about some of the current issu…
 
Trades businesses fall into the same old trap. They want to grow and they think that they'll get there by DOING MORE. If they could only get close more jobs, right? That mindset only condemns them to the hamster wheel of "hard work". You see, the thing that's stopping them is the KNOWLEDGE GAP. And that's why we've created the Trades Growth Summit.…
 
Time to finish the year strong! Sales dip so what can you do to increase your sales at the end of the year? Here are 3 things you can do that some businesses find some great success with. Always remember, finish the year strong so you can start the new year even stronger! **SMALL BUSINESS OWNER TIPS for RUNNING A PROFITABLE BUSINESS** Want more? He…
 
This week we sit down with Aaron West, the CEO of Nevada Builders Alliance. This converstion is packed full of information ranging from economics, politics, buisness and brining awareness to the next generation of trades people. Check out their website: NevadaBuilders.org @thetradesmanexperience @natenewton87 @nevadabuilders thetradesmanexperience.…
 
In today’s conversation, Kevin shares how he found massive success in a complex industry a decade after founding his company in the aftermath of the Great Recession. He explains the ins-and-outs of LED lighting and how it came to become the standard light source in the home. He also speaks on the future of residential lighting technology, the advan…
 
How to do more in your work while still managing to deliver value with efficiency? By intentionally balancing your flow with resource efficiency, you’re enabling yourself to live an amazing and balanced life. In this episode, we have Felipe Engineer- Manriquez, a construction scrum expert, national director of lean construction, and the host of the…
 
Start 2022 Strong in Your Business by Focusing on These 3 Areas You want to finish 2021 strong but more importantly, start 2022 even stronger than you started 2021. The best way to do this is to dive into these 3 core areas of your business. They will have the biggest impact on your profits, time & money. Free eBook: 10 Questions to Ask in Your Bus…
 
In this episode we will have a conversation with the National Technical Training Manager of IOPSA, Mr. Gerrie Botha, to discuss what his role as TM entails, as well as what lead Gerrie to enter the plumbing industry and to achieve this role. We’ll also discuss some of the challenges that he recognised through this role and how those can be addresse…
 
He refers to the old saying, “You can’t teach common sense,” to explain his success as an immigrant despite lacking a college degree. “If you can’t make good, fundamental decisions,” says Jason, “then you’re probably not going to be in business for yourself.” Jason speaks on the lessons he took from his personal life that he applies to business, as…
 
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