It’s all about working on your business, not in your business. That’s the only way to make your business better! Tom’s guest today is Frank Borque, a consultant and coach to contractors all over the world. Frank has been a contractor for many years, building a business to over 100 employees only to watch it crumble with the financial crisis of 2008. At that point, he had to rebuild his company to be more efficient, cutting off anyone and anything that wasn’t essential. Since then, he has sold the business and currently consults in order to give back to the contracting community. He will be co-hosting the Home Service Super Summit with over 30,000 contractors!
In this episode, we talk about…
30,000-foot flyover of Frank’s life and career Frank’s shifting moment that changed the course of his business How to know when it’s time to hire someone and who to hire Be completely real and transparent with your clients and employees Fixing the shortage in the hiring industry right now Walking around like you have all the answers helps no one A crucial piece of information that will help you grow your business Recognize your and your team’s unique abilities Diving into the Home Service Super Summit
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