Remodeling Mastery Episode 124: How Are You Doing? | Thought Leader Interview with Kermit Baker - Digital Marketing for Contractors And Home Services Businesses | Contractor Marketing Platform

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21

Jun

2019

Remodeling Mastery Episode 124: How Are You Doing? | Thought Leader Interview with Kermit Baker

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(1:27) In This Episode: How Are You Doing?

It’s a question many of us resort to when breaking the ice, one that often just disappears into the background of day-to-day conversations. But when we’re talking shop, knowing how to look at the question, run it through objective filters, and answer it critically is a vital skill. Mark G. Richardson breaks it down in a way that will take you beyond your personal glass-half-full/glass-half-empty biases and help you come to terms with the true state of your business. So… how are you doing?

(13:36) Thought Leader Interview with Kermit Baker, Project Director of the Remodeling Futures Program at the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University and Chief Economist for the American Institute of Architects

If anybody has anything close to a crystal ball into the future of remodeling, it’s Kermit Baker. Tune in as he and Mark compare notes on what’s been going on so far in 2019, what the latter half of the year has in store for us, and what’s likely to come in 2020 and beyond. Are we seeing storm clouds up ahead? Headwinds? Tailwinds? How should these forecasts affect your game plan for your business? Find out all this and more in this Thought Leader segment.

Steve Eastlack

Hi there! I’m Steve – a Marketing Manager at Surefire Local. My passions include marketing, writing, and dreaming up stories of what could be. I’m driven by my desire to want to help small business owners succeed through creative content marketing and branding. I believe the best type of marketing taps into the power of storytelling and connects with people on a personal level. When marketing is done right, there’s no greater feeling than seeing the lasting impact you have on someone’s life after they’ve engaged with your brand.

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