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Al Levi to Speak on Less Stress, More Success at 2018 WWETT Show

Going to the 2018 WWETT show? Great! Want to learn how to have less stress and more success in your contracting business? Yes, you do!

Al Levi, The 7-Power Contractor and CEO of Zoom Franchise Company, tells you how in TH18 – Wouldn’t It Be Great to Run Your Contracting Business With Less Stress and More Success? at 10:30a.m., Thursday, Feb. 22. Al is known for his practical and actionable advice. Don’t miss this!

While you’re at it please plan to join Ellen Rohr, President, Zoom Franchise Company, for her talk WE09 – How To Be a GREAT Boss at 8:30a.m., Wednesday Feb. 21, too.

And be sure to stop by the Zoom Drain Booth (5452) and get in on their cool “Main Drain Event” obstacle course challenge.

The WWETT Show—Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport Show—is the world’s largest annual trade show for wastewater and environmental service professionals.

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Ever gone to a great seminar, workshop or group meeting and come away with a ton of great ideas and an even bigger to-do list than when you went?

Bet it happens all the time. Am I right?

And when you come home excited to share with the whole team at work all the fantastic new ideas you’ve learned about and want to put to work at your company, your employees just cringe.

Why?

They’re left out of the process is why. Plus, they know you. You get fired up about the latest and greatest thing and everything else is thrown in the “mental dumpster”. And off you go on the next rabbit chase.

The problem is another great idea will pop up that you feel is even more urgent in what I call the “entrepreneurial seizure” moment that flares up all too often in a bad way. Well, having made it part of my Planning Power! work with companies for 15 years, I have the company allow me to do private 1-to-1 conversations with their staff and the overwhelming response to this type of thing is they hate it and they hate you when you do this.

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Retaining Your A-Team (Part 3) | The Site Shed

On Part 3 of the A-Team series on The Site Shed, Al Levi joins host Matt Jones to discuss how you can retain your staff and keep your A-Team. Learn to make the shift of offering a ‘job’ to offering a ‘career path’ so employees don’t want to leave your company. Listen now!

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Onboard and Train Your A-Team (Part 2) | The Site Shed

On Part 2 of the A-Team series on The Site Shed, Al Levi joins host Matt Jones to discuss how to properly onboard and train your A-Team. Do your employees have clear job descriptions, roles, and responsibilities? Have they been inducted correctly and been taught your way of doing things? Do they have someone to turn to for help? Learn more about on boarding and training by listening now!

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Recruiting Your A-Team (Part 1) | The Site Shed

On Part 1 of the A-Team series on The Site Shed, Al Levi joins host Matt Jones to discuss how Al finds the right team members for his organizations. Find out how you too can recruit the best people for your business. Listen now!

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5 Ways to Set Yourself Up for More Success in 2018

Ready for a new year? Well, whether you are or you’re not, it’s right around the corner.

Most of us are excited about the new year ahead. I think that’s the case because it’s a great time to push the reset button and leave behind what didn’t happen or what happened in a bad way and to look forward to having a brighter future.

That’s why we make New Year’s Resolutions…. right?

As someone who every year swore to eat better and get to the gym on a regular basis but quickly fell off the wagon, I can share that a New Year’s Resolution has no power unless you give it real power.

For your business, that means you need to do the following 5 things if you want to set yourself up for more success in 2018…

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Planning for a Successful 2018 | The Contractor Fight

On episode #124 of The Contractor Fight, Al Levi joins hosts Tom to discuss how to use the 4th quarter of 2017 to make 2018 successful. They also discuss how to make goals that you’ll stick to, as well as the importance of finding the right people to hire. Listen now!

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Contractors Attend ‘Build Your Operating Manuals’ Workshop with PM Columnist Al Levi

Eleven contractors from five service-contracting businesses across the country joined PM columnist Al Levi November 15-16 in Phoenix for the The 7-Power Contractor® Build Your Operating Manuals Program Workshop. Phoenix, AZ – NOVEMBER 17, 2017——Leaders from five service contracting companies…

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Hiring, Employee Retention, and More | Blue Collar Proud Show

On this episode of the Blue Collar Proud Show, Al Levi joins hosts Carter Harkins and Taylor Hill to discuss hiring, employee retention, and more. Learn what works,what doesn’t, and how to make it work so you can run your business with less stress and more success. Listen now!

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Planning for 2018 | Contractors Secret Weapon

On this episode of Contractors Secret Weapon, Al Levi discusses with host Dave Negri how you can be planning in this 4th quarter of 2017 for the upcoming 2018 year. Learn how to create a list of the top 10 things you need to do in the upcoming year, not the top 10,000, so you can run your business with less stress and more success. Listen now!

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