S03E21 – Fake Savings, Fake News


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Work order management is a scam. There I said it. 3rd party work order management software has become standard in the construction and property management industries. I think it’s done nothing but cost companies money and slowed down the entire process. I’m joined this week by Ron Rau from Phoenix Energy technologies and Chris Blount from Filtrex. Together we discuss how to fix this broken system.

S03E20 – How to create a business that lasts


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One question I get asked all the time is: “How did you do it?” How was I able to create a business that has lasted for so long? My guest this week has some answers. Ted Mastrucci founded American Project & Repair in Detroit 20 years ago. Together we talk about all the mistakes we made building companies made to last.

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S03E19 – How to spot a rogue employee


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What do you do when an employee goes rogue? I’m joined this week by Ray Salzer from Ideal Services, a facility maintenance provider based in the Pacific Northwest. Ray took decades building his business up. But it took one employee less than a year to nearly bring it all crashing down. Ray shares the horrifying details in this episode. And Tim offers some advice about how to spot a bad apple early.

S03E18 – If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it


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Chris Blount is one of the best people Tim has ever met.  He loves the big guy.  Chris owns a company called Filtrex Service Group, an HVAC company based out of Oklahoma.  The company is as the cutting edge of using software to better manage building heating and cooling.  Chris is incredibly excited about what they’ve developed.  But it took a long time and a huge investment to get there.  Chris tells Tim about what he’s learned about integrating new technology into a very old industry.  And he shares his personal story about how becoming a better man led him to becoming a better businessman.

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