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Series: Powering Your Business with The 7-Power Contractor Approach

Cohost: Al Levi from Appleseed Business

Series Overview.

You may recall meeting Al back in Toolbox Talk 46 a couple of months ago. I was so impressed with Al’s knowledge and communication skills that I asked him to come back and collaborate with me on a series to teach a little more of his ‘7 Power Contractor’ philosophy. It’s such an amazing blueprint to getting results and I really wanted him to dive a little deeper into what he teaches.

The thing I love about Al, is that he has been there and done it all. He ran a successful plumbing business with his brothers in New York and he created a system within his own business that managed to entirely remove him from it. So much so, that he now lives in Arizona with his family.

Al, now teaches that system to other organisations and in this series, he’ll be giving you a healthy taste of it.

Episode 1. Planning Power

Nothing of any significance happens without some degree of planning.

Al has a unique approach to establishing what is taking up everybody’s time and then working together collectively to focus down on the most important things that need to get done, in the best interest of the client and the company.
Once there’s clarity around that, it then get’s allocated to certain representatives.

“Work on the right things, at the right time” – Al Levi

The beauty and genius of what you’ll hear in both this podcast and the two episodes to follow, is how Al manages to get everyone to buy into the process. It’s a fantastic example of effective collaboration.

 

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Matt Jones
Founder at The Site Shed
I'm the facilitator here at The Site Shed. My passion lies in doing anything that helps trade based organisations grow. My other company, Tradie Web Guys, helps tradespeople stand out online, while The Site Shed is all about education and resources.
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