1 hr 19 min

254: Forgetting What You Know and Hitting the Reset Button with Phil Coe The Construction Leading Edge Podcast

    • Entrepreneurship

Phil Coe voluntarily hit the reset button on his residential renovation business recently. Why did he do it, and how did it work out?  How has his perspective on his business changed in the past few months, and what did he do to achieve that?  
What you’ll take away from this construction podcast episode with Phil Coe, owner of Revision Built, a residential renovation company in Ottawa, Ontario.
 
How he knew he needed to hit the reset button on his business. Building relationships is more important than the bottom line. When it’s time to forget what you already know Keys to working with trade partners and the success he’s experienced. The connection between your customer's problems and your ability to charge a premium Phil’s advice for you if you’re thinking about hitting the reset button Commercial work can be a race to the bottom The problems he was facing that led him to join our coaching program, and the results he’s experienced His biggest lesson from a few decades in the business The brilliant way he uses his Airbnb townhouse Resources mentioned in this construction podcast episode:
Get Out of Your Business: Make it Run Without You This Year: Free online training workshop - www.constructionleadingedge.com/getout
Apply to Work with Our Team to Systematize Your Construction Business: www.constructionleadingedge.com/apply
Raken - Get the data you need to build better projects with an app your field crews will actually  use - https://www.rakenapp.com
How to connect with Phil Coe and Revision Built:

Company website - http://www.revisionbuilt.com
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/revisionbuilt/

Phil Coe voluntarily hit the reset button on his residential renovation business recently. Why did he do it, and how did it work out?  How has his perspective on his business changed in the past few months, and what did he do to achieve that?  
What you’ll take away from this construction podcast episode with Phil Coe, owner of Revision Built, a residential renovation company in Ottawa, Ontario.
 
How he knew he needed to hit the reset button on his business. Building relationships is more important than the bottom line. When it’s time to forget what you already know Keys to working with trade partners and the success he’s experienced. The connection between your customer's problems and your ability to charge a premium Phil’s advice for you if you’re thinking about hitting the reset button Commercial work can be a race to the bottom The problems he was facing that led him to join our coaching program, and the results he’s experienced His biggest lesson from a few decades in the business The brilliant way he uses his Airbnb townhouse Resources mentioned in this construction podcast episode:
Get Out of Your Business: Make it Run Without You This Year: Free online training workshop - www.constructionleadingedge.com/getout
Apply to Work with Our Team to Systematize Your Construction Business: www.constructionleadingedge.com/apply
Raken - Get the data you need to build better projects with an app your field crews will actually  use - https://www.rakenapp.com
How to connect with Phil Coe and Revision Built:

Company website - http://www.revisionbuilt.com
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/revisionbuilt/

1 hr 19 min