The Site Shed is a fully dedicated podcast for tradespeople, exploring everything from technology in the workspace, right through to apprenticeships and current affairs.
With regular guest appearances from industry experts, success stories and many various co-hosts, you’ll learn more that you’ll be able to retain!
This is the second episode of the ‘Everything You Need to Know About Insurance’ series. Today, Jeremy Andison and I talk about how having the right policies in place is critical not only in protecting your life and physical self but also in guarding your business.
This is the first episode of the ‘Everything You Need to Know About Insurance’ series. Today, we’ll cover topics such as business-related insurance and how you can create incentives around it to help retain staff. We also talk about family and life insurance, as well as income protection policies.
In this episode, we’re talking with Tom Martin of Water Tight Canberra, which won the ‘Small and Succeeding’ category of the 2019 ACT Telstra Business Awards. Today, we’ll cover the right mindset and foundation behind this win. We’ll also talk about the role of education and being agile in business and how building to scale looks like.
Mathew Dale of MPD Constructions Group joins us in today’s episode. He will talk about casting a vision for your business and how to make the right decisions in every situation. He will also talk about the importance of learning and adapting to give your business the best possible chance.
In today’s episode, we talk with Kristin Keogh, who has been applying the small business mindset to his business. Like you, he began his business with nothing. But his goals and aspirations kept him going.
With the arrival of a new year, we’ll have a rundown of what’s to come in 2020 on The Site Shed Podcast and the things that we are rolling out. With the recent events that have been happening, let’s not lose hope and let’s claim 2020 to be a fantastic year.
Today’s episode is the third and final instalment of our LinkedIn series with the Underdog Agency founder, Jacob Bracey. In the last episode, we talked about understanding the value of LinkedIn as a platform. In this episode, we’re here to talk about engagement and outreach strategies that work.
Today’s episode is part two of our How to Use LinkedIn as a Tradie series with Underdog Agency founder, Jacob Bracey. In the last episode, we talked about the know-how of building your profile the right way. In this episode, we’re here to talk about the tools and features LinkedIn offers that you might not be familiar with, but can help you find potential customers.
You will learn all about maximizing your LinkedIn page in our How to Use LinkedIn as a Tradie series. For the first instalment, our guest–the founder and director of Underdog Agency, Jacob Bracey, talks about the proper way to create a LinkedIn profile to help you find potential customers.
Success, in any field, can sometimes be quite polarizing. Achieving that gold medal—that reward, that end goal—can sometimes stop you from seeing the path and stepping stones that you went through to get from A to B to your goal. The common notion people have when looking at successful business owners is that it was a quick, effortless overnight success for them. But that is rarely the case.
In today’s episode, we will break down some of the fundamental blocks and stepping stones that helped our guest get to today’s level. We’re joined today by John Akhoian, founder and CEO who has grown his plumbing business, Rooter Hero, from having two staff members to 300 in nine years.