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This is the show where we bring you interviews with today's trades business leaders and game changers to help you grow your business.

Latest Episodes

#51: The 6 Marketing Elements Every Radically Successful Trades Business Has

By radically successful trades business, I mean businesses or companies making 8 figures every year. In this episode, I discuss the 6 marketing elements that you will find in those kinds of companies in whatever trades industry. The elements I talk about here are also a part of The Market Domination Method. Join the Contractor […]

9 minSEP 16
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#51: The 6 Marketing Elements Every Radically Successful Trades Business Has

#50: Benefits of Private Labelling Equipment | Mike Nicolai

This is a quick episode with Mike Nicolai of Triton Air in Orange County, California about the benefits of private labelling equipment. He mainly talks specifically about private labelling in the HVAC industry, but in the end there are tips that apply to other industries as well. Join the Contractor Momentum Lounge FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/896216427196514/ […]

17 minSEP 9
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#50: Benefits of Private Labelling Equipment | Mike Nicolai

#49: How to Deal With Employee Attendance | Corey Hickman

Corey Hickman runs Comfort Matters in Minneapolis. In this short 15-minute episode, he shares the processes and techniques he’s implemented to improve employee attendance. In this, you’ll learn concrete solutions to resolve unplanned absences, tardiness, and missed meetings. Corey also guested on a previous episode about shifting to a 4-day work week. Contractor Momentum Lounge […]

14 minSEP 2
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#49: How to Deal With Employee Attendance | Corey Hickman

#48: Planning, Hitting Several Goals, and Working with Franchisees as an Executive | Ellen Rohr

Ellen Rohr is a female powerhouse in trades business. In this episode, I caught up with her about Zoom Drain since her last guest episode on this podcast. It’s a nationwide franchise business that has helped small independent plumbing businesses reach $100M annually. We also talked about how she plans as an executive and how […]

43 minAUG 26
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#48: Planning, Hitting Several Goals, and Working with Franchisees as an Executive | Ellen Rohr

#47: How to Implement Performance-Driven Compensation

This week, I’ve got a quick solo podcast discussing performance-driven compensation – what challenges you might face when implementing, how to avoid those problems, and how to make it work so that employees are motivated. Join the Contractor Momentum Lounge FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/896216427196514 Here’s what I discussed: 00:35 Challenges with performance-driven compensation 01:22 How to […]

12 minAUG 20
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#47: How to Implement Performance-Driven Compensation

#46: How To Get Your Staff Doing Things The Way You Want It Done (Management and Delegation) | Mike Nicolai

Coming back on the podcast is Mike Nicolai of Triton Air. In this episode, we’re talking about how he uses forms to get his team to do things the way he wants them done and up to his standard. He also gave out pointers on how to assimilate your staff to this system, how to […]

39 minAUG 12
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#46: How To Get Your Staff Doing Things The Way You Want It Done (Management and Delegation) | Mike Nicolai

#45: Employee Benefits and Other Home Service Business Topics with Travis Smith

Travis Smith led his company, Sky Heating and Cooling in the Portland, Oregon area, to be named the “Best Heating Contractor to Work For” in 2015. If there’s anyone who knows more about how to make a company the place people want to work for, he’s the one! In this episode, we talk employee benefits […]

49 minJUL 30
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#45: Employee Benefits and Other Home Service Business Topics with Travis Smith

#44: From 10 to 25 Employees in the Last 16 Months with Shawn Reynolds

Shawn Reynolds owns a gutter and siding business called Reynolds Brothers Exteriors along with his brothers in Canada. He’s a returning guest of the podcast. A year and a half since the last episode with him, he’s back to discuss the immense growth his company has achieved in that time, specifically growing his business from […]

49 minJUL 23
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#44: From 10 to 25 Employees in the Last 16 Months with Shawn Reynolds

#43: Buying a Newspaper for Advertising | Tom Lopatosky

Tom Lopatosky of Lopco Contracting is a recurring guest on the podcast. In this episode, we start where we left off, specifically the effects Covid-19 has had in his business. Then we hit it off with a discussion of different offline marketing he’s done since our last conversation – getting a deal for a local […]

31 minJUL 16
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#43: Buying a Newspaper for Advertising | Tom Lopatosky

#42: 3 Questions That Reveal Motivated Tradesman | Tanner Mullen

Joining us on the podcast in this episode is Tanner Mullen, the owner of Premium Painting in Ocala, Florida. His company does interior and exterior painting with a team comprised of 10 employees. From sending a bigger team out on the field to using Google Forms as a critical part of recruitment to filter out […]

33 minJUL 7
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#42: 3 Questions That Reveal Motivated Tradesman | Tanner Mullen

Latest Episodes

#51: The 6 Marketing Elements Every Radically Successful Trades Business Has

By radically successful trades business, I mean businesses or companies making 8 figures every year. In this episode, I discuss the 6 marketing elements that you will find in those kinds of companies in whatever trades industry. The elements I talk about here are also a part of The Market Domination Method. Join the Contractor […]

9 minSEP 16
Comments
#51: The 6 Marketing Elements Every Radically Successful Trades Business Has

#50: Benefits of Private Labelling Equipment | Mike Nicolai

This is a quick episode with Mike Nicolai of Triton Air in Orange County, California about the benefits of private labelling equipment. He mainly talks specifically about private labelling in the HVAC industry, but in the end there are tips that apply to other industries as well. Join the Contractor Momentum Lounge FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/896216427196514/ […]

17 minSEP 9
Comments
#50: Benefits of Private Labelling Equipment | Mike Nicolai

#49: How to Deal With Employee Attendance | Corey Hickman

Corey Hickman runs Comfort Matters in Minneapolis. In this short 15-minute episode, he shares the processes and techniques he’s implemented to improve employee attendance. In this, you’ll learn concrete solutions to resolve unplanned absences, tardiness, and missed meetings. Corey also guested on a previous episode about shifting to a 4-day work week. Contractor Momentum Lounge […]

14 minSEP 2
Comments
#49: How to Deal With Employee Attendance | Corey Hickman

#48: Planning, Hitting Several Goals, and Working with Franchisees as an Executive | Ellen Rohr

Ellen Rohr is a female powerhouse in trades business. In this episode, I caught up with her about Zoom Drain since her last guest episode on this podcast. It’s a nationwide franchise business that has helped small independent plumbing businesses reach $100M annually. We also talked about how she plans as an executive and how […]

43 minAUG 26
Comments
#48: Planning, Hitting Several Goals, and Working with Franchisees as an Executive | Ellen Rohr

#47: How to Implement Performance-Driven Compensation

This week, I’ve got a quick solo podcast discussing performance-driven compensation – what challenges you might face when implementing, how to avoid those problems, and how to make it work so that employees are motivated. Join the Contractor Momentum Lounge FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/896216427196514 Here’s what I discussed: 00:35 Challenges with performance-driven compensation 01:22 How to […]

12 minAUG 20
Comments
#47: How to Implement Performance-Driven Compensation

#46: How To Get Your Staff Doing Things The Way You Want It Done (Management and Delegation) | Mike Nicolai

Coming back on the podcast is Mike Nicolai of Triton Air. In this episode, we’re talking about how he uses forms to get his team to do things the way he wants them done and up to his standard. He also gave out pointers on how to assimilate your staff to this system, how to […]

39 minAUG 12
Comments
#46: How To Get Your Staff Doing Things The Way You Want It Done (Management and Delegation) | Mike Nicolai

#45: Employee Benefits and Other Home Service Business Topics with Travis Smith

Travis Smith led his company, Sky Heating and Cooling in the Portland, Oregon area, to be named the “Best Heating Contractor to Work For” in 2015. If there’s anyone who knows more about how to make a company the place people want to work for, he’s the one! In this episode, we talk employee benefits […]

49 minJUL 30
Comments
#45: Employee Benefits and Other Home Service Business Topics with Travis Smith

#44: From 10 to 25 Employees in the Last 16 Months with Shawn Reynolds

Shawn Reynolds owns a gutter and siding business called Reynolds Brothers Exteriors along with his brothers in Canada. He’s a returning guest of the podcast. A year and a half since the last episode with him, he’s back to discuss the immense growth his company has achieved in that time, specifically growing his business from […]

49 minJUL 23
Comments
#44: From 10 to 25 Employees in the Last 16 Months with Shawn Reynolds

#43: Buying a Newspaper for Advertising | Tom Lopatosky

Tom Lopatosky of Lopco Contracting is a recurring guest on the podcast. In this episode, we start where we left off, specifically the effects Covid-19 has had in his business. Then we hit it off with a discussion of different offline marketing he’s done since our last conversation – getting a deal for a local […]

31 minJUL 16
Comments
#43: Buying a Newspaper for Advertising | Tom Lopatosky

#42: 3 Questions That Reveal Motivated Tradesman | Tanner Mullen

Joining us on the podcast in this episode is Tanner Mullen, the owner of Premium Painting in Ocala, Florida. His company does interior and exterior painting with a team comprised of 10 employees. From sending a bigger team out on the field to using Google Forms as a critical part of recruitment to filter out […]

33 minJUL 7
Comments
#42: 3 Questions That Reveal Motivated Tradesman | Tanner Mullen
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