As a 4th generation mason, Matt DiBara took over a very successful company and made it even more successful in the Los Angeles area. Matt used his degree in construction management and environmental design from UMass to earn a reputation for high-quality craftsmanship and impeccable service by bringing a fresh perspective to an old-school industry. In doing so, Matt discovered the answer to the biggest single challenge all contractors are now facing: recruiting. He also offers co-founded The Contractor Consultants, a service offering education, consultation and outsourced hiring for contractors.
In this episode, Matt shares some serious wisdom for contractors and business owners, how improper recruiting almost bankrupted his company, what he did to flip this around, what their greatest marking strategy is, and so much more.
0:27 - Introduction
5:10 - The challenge of modernizing, should be difficult, shiny object syndrome
6:32 - Keeping a good balance of tradition and modern, approach
7:33 - Strategic thinking
11:34 - Modernizing approach, process improvements creating exponential growth
14:10 - Venn diagram exercise
15:16 - Almost went bankrupt/Recovering sales junkie
17:20 - Recruiting: 4 key parts
21:09 - Skills Assessments
27:47 - Marketing: One of the best tools
29:45 - Timing: How to Meet Contract Deadlines
32:30 - Process Innovation & solving problems in the future
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David Neagle is the founder of the multimillion-dollar global consulting company, Life Is Now, Inc, and host of the Business Daily News ranked podcast - The Successful Mind. Being in the personal and professional development industry for more than 20 years, David has worked alongside other well-known mentors like Bob Proctor and Tony Robbins, and his clients include many well-known people, including New York Times #1 best-selling author Jen Sincero. David has helped tens of thousands of students from across the globe, and is one of the architects of the personal growth industry.
In this conversation we talk about what you need to do in order to find more opportunities, how to bring A+ people into your business, the principles of leverage, the 4 things you need to learn how to leverage, and a lot more!
8:00 Triple Income
18:20 Hiring process
39:00 website assessment
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David Vauthrin co-founded FinalCad 15 years ago. Since then, he has been committed to supporting the modernisation of construction. He is based in France but is now looking to bring FinalCad to the global market.
In this episode we talk about how selling from the bottom up can be more impactful than going right for the CEOs, how to use AI within your business and other software that can help you succeed. Enjoy this conversation with David Vauthrin.
17:500 Challenges in the Business
21:40 AI Technology
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