Remodeling Mastery Episode 119: The 10 Commandments of the Successful Business | Thought Leader Interview with Andy Wells
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(1:21) In This Episode: The 10 Commandments of the Successful Business
What does it take to be a successful business? Definitions of success will vary, but to Mark, it’s having as many of the puzzle pieces as possible. In this episode of Remodeling Mastery, he shares 10 of these “puzzle pieces” gleaned through his writing and observations of the marketplace to help you take your business to the next level.
(12:02) Thought Leader Interview With Andy Wells, President and CEO of Normandy Remodeling
Mark turns to Andy for insights that business owners can use to guide them in reaching the scale that Normandy Remodeling has achieved over the years working with more than 5,000 design-build projects in Chicago, ranging in cost from $50,000 to $1,000,000. Andy also offers a look at his roots and the career path he took until he became a part of the company, reiterates the importance of knowing your numbers to succeed in business and gives his market outlook for 2019. He and Mark also got to talking a bit about mistakes made and lessons learned along the way, plus tips for growth business owners should take to heart. Don’t miss out on these nuggets of business wisdom!
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In 2019, Mark G. Richardson is taking his popular podcast series to the next level with a fresh new format in store for listeners. Mark will be integrating interviews with thought leaders who have experienced tremendous success in the industry and growing their own businesses to share snippets of wisdom to help you achieve the same. Additionally, Mark is bringing in some experts to share key indicators that they’re seeing out there in the marketplace that could have a monumental impact on your business.