Host Chaz Wolfe brings on Bob Lovinger, a 7+ figure king in the financing industry. Bob has been the President of FLEXXBUY, LLC out of Florida for over 8 years. Bob has taken his years of sales experience and translated it to providing companies with financing solutions to their customers.
In this episode, Chaz and Bob discuss working with family, the pains of shutting down previous businesses, starting over, and the value of “Version 1.” Listen in and learn from Bob’s experiences to grow your business today!
During this episode, you will learn about;
[01:32] Intro to Bob and his business
[05:58] Why Bob continues to push
[07:31] Bob’s advice on working with family
[10:05] How Bob moved into entrepreneurship
[19:56] A good decision Bob made
[24:23] A bad decision Bob made
[25:31] Bob’s approach to decision-making
[30:52] Bob’s one trackable metric
[31:26] Bob’s book recommendation
[32:39] What Bob thinks about networking
[33:35] If Bob had one hour a week, what would he do?
[34:22] What would Bob’s advice to his younger self be?
[35:07] How to connect with Bob
[35:47] How to connect with Chaz and info on the GTK 90 day intensive
“The small size, the new business, they deserve to have the same kind of weapons as everybody else.” - Bob Lovinger
“My biggest advice is just teach them what you know and be there for them. Just don't sweat the small things.” - Bob Lovinger
“Know your core competency and know what you're good at and what you're not good at.” - Bob Lovinger
“Take a good person that's trying and try to find a fit rather than somebody who's cocky and not a good team player who's competent.” - Bob Lovinger
“You don't build a $6 million business by accident.” - Chaz Wolfe (Host)
“You can't stay in business for 12 years and not do the right thing.” - Bob Lovinger
“If you don't love it anymore, if you don't feel you can stay engaged, you either have to find a way to stay engaged or get out.” - Bob Lovinger
“I'm a firm believer in staying in my lane.” - Bob Lovinger
“My whole thing has always been, ‘iterate, iterate, iterate’ and try to keep on changing and working towards zero friction.” - Bob Lovinger
“We're not necessarily trying to serve everybody. We're trying to serve the right ones.” - Chaz Wolfe (Host)
Books and Resources Recommended:
The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
The PayPal Wars by Eric Jackson
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bob-lovinger-29a3603/
Chaz Wolfe (Host):