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Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Vice President and Pipeline Inspection and Condition Assessment Expert at APT (Advanced Plumbing Technologies), Chris Parker, joins us back to discuss how Florida is encouraging cooperation from homeowners on eminent domains and a breakdown on where most problems with I and I’s are coming from. After that, he also talks about a revolutionizing new lateral lining technology, its exclusivity, and efficiency. This episode covers: · The inability to address beyond property lines · On incentivizing homeowners to cooperate · Revolutionary Lateral Lining Technology · How long does an average rehab on a single lateral take? · Is this technology going to be available in other parts of the country? About Chris Parker: Chris is a strong consultative and solutions-based leader adept at building and stewarding clients to ensure customer acquisition, loyalty, and satisfaction. As a collaborative leader, Chris has the proven ability to forge strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders, motivate cross-functional teams, and partner with senior leadership. Expertise in all facets of client management including strategic planning, client engagement, acquisition, retention, territory growth, and project management, with specialized knowledge of RFPs, RFIs, and the competitive bid process, complex technical sales, and product/services development. As a creative problem-solver, Chris enjoys identifying a customer’s needs and innovating customized solutions that maximize ROI. He is a persuasive and effective negotiator with astute business acumen and talent for cultivating and nurturing long-term client partnerships to deliver exceptional service while surpassing goals. Connect with Chris Parker on: Website: https://sewerfix.com/ https://chooseapt.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/connectwithchrisparker/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Denver Stutler, CEO of Sedivision, talks about his perspective on servant leadership and how it benefited him as a CEO. Denver shares the story of how he began his career on the path that he was led. Eventually, he found his way out, and then back in again. Denver explains how he sequences his approach to generally everything in the wastewater industry and why he thinks 'hindsight is not available to decision-makers.' This episode covers: · Denver Stutler on engineering, shifting, and then coming back · Anticipation is thinking, don't do it often; do it thoroughly · Denver Stutler on employing ex-felons · People need to want to do better on their own · Purposeful work means creating more opportunities and serving more About Denver Stutler: Denver Stutler, Jr.'s 30-year career includes a unique combination of both public and private sector experience in the water infrastructure industry at an executive level. With a background in civil engineering, Denver began his career in 1989 by joining Camp Dresser and McKee, Inc. (CDM), an international environmental engineering firm. Connect with Denver Stutler on: Website: https://sedivision.com/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010 Subscribe to the Podcast: https://creativeraven.com/smells-like-money-podcast/ Be a guest on our show: https://calendly.com/thetuitgroup/be-a-podcast-guest Check Out my NEW Digital Marketing E-Course & Coaching Program just for Wastewater Pros: https://store.thetuitgroup.com/diy-digital-marketing-playbook-for-wastewater-pros
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Mary Shafer joins the discussion on how you can determine if your digital footprint is helping or harming your business. If you're a busy business owner, would it be okay to leave all your social media presence to a VA? Here, your hosts answer why the answer is a "no," followed by how you can establish trust in today's virtual market, the 80-20 rule of content creation, and what everyone needs to take away from the saying, 'you are your brand!' This episode covers: · The virtual market is different and like no other · The 'meeting someone in a party' scenario · How to carry yourself through various social media platforms · People like to learn in different ways; not in just one manner · Don't neglect your off-page SEO About Mary Shafer: Mary has been a writer all her life and grew up learning marketing and copywriting business in her dad's ad agency. As a commercial copywriter, she learned what works and what doesn't in marketing, and becoming a consultant was a natural outgrowth of that work. She chose to work with small and micro-businesses because that's what she understands best. Word Forge Books, Mary's publishing division, evolved from her author and marketing experience. Technological innovations have created exciting synergies between marketing and publishing. Her clients have often expressed interest in writing their own books or other publications, so she offers services such as ghostwriting, editing, and custom publishing to help get their messages out in a format that complements their other channels. Mary's career in the book publishing industry began in 1990. She has written three published books and contributed to two published anthologies. She consults with self-pubbed authors and indie publishers on how to navigate the modern publishing industry as The Indie Navigator (indienavigator.com). Her publishing colleagues often need help with marketing, so she consults with them from the sympathetic standpoint of another publisher and author who understands the unique pressures they face in this industry, currently undergoing an incredible upheaval. Consulting with authors and indie publishers is the fastest-growing segment of her business, which often involves public speaking at conferences, in classrooms, and in libraries. Connect with Mary Shafer on: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maryshafer/ Mary is also a part of the Creative Raven & The TUIT Group: https://creativeraven.com| https://thetuitgroup.com Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010 Subscribe to the Podcast: https://creativeraven.com/smells-like-money-podcast/ Be a guest on our show: https://calendly.com/thetuitgroup/be-a-podcast-guest Check Out my NEW Digital Marketing E-Course & Coaching Program just for Wastewater Pros: https://store.thetuitgroup.com/diy-digital-marketing-playbook-for-wastewater-pros
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Joe Royer discusses geopolymers and their qualities that make a cost-saving alternative to infrastructure rehabilitation. When people hear 'polymer,' they instantly think about plastic. But even though polymers are similar to plastics in physicality, they have different chemical properties. Joe speaks on what the term 'polymer' covers, how to properly handle geopolymers, the best cases for geopolymers as your top choice, and more. This episode covers: · Joe Royer on dissecting polymers · The three P's of preparation · Geopolymers on disruption and return to service · The sweet spot for geopolymer application · Geopolymers are not the technology for pipe repairs of small diameters About Joe Royer: Joe is currently the Vice President of R&D for ClockSpring NRI and GeoTree Solutions, with responsibility for new product development across the suite of composite products for oil & gas pipeline and process piping at CS-NRI. Additionally, he is responsible for R&D, engineering and technical support of our geopolymer (GeoSpray) and Concrete Cloth GCCM and composites for building and infrastructure markets (RenewWrap) brand sold under the GeoTree Solutions brand. Connect with Joe Royer on: Website: https://www.cs-nri.com/brands/geotree-solutions/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joe-royer-phd-5b229286/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010 Subscribe to the Podcast: https://creativeraven.com/smells-like-money-podcast/ Be a guest on our show: https://calendly.com/thetuitgroup/be-a-podcast-guest Check Out my NEW Digital Marketing E-Course & Coaching Program just for Wastewater Pros: https://store.thetuitgroup.com/diy-digital-marketing-playbook-for-wastewater-pros
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Kerry Siggins, CEO of Stone Age Tools, speaks on how you can make your customers the 'hero' in your marketing strategy. For Kerry, crafting the kind of marketing that withstands time should focus heavily on the customer. Kerry explains the three things they include when telling stories that hook customers and the tips and tricks that help one understand their customers better. This episode covers: · You're not the hero of the story; your customers are · An excellent digital marketing strategy builds up over time; it's not overnight · The three things to include in your storytelling · Look at your marketing through the lens of everyone outside · Why good content has a fantastic shelf life About Kerry Siggins: Kerry Siggins is the CEO of StoneAge, Inc., a global leader in designing and manufacturing high-pressure waterblasting and sewer cleaning tools and equipment used in the industrial cleaning industry. StoneAge sells and supports its products throughout the world and has over 170 dealers in 45 countries. She is also the Vice President of the Waterjet Technology Association (WJTA). Kerry joined StoneAge in January of 2007 as the Director of Operations. In 2009, she was named CEO by StoneAge's Board of Directors and had since led the company in building a robust global presence resulting in double-digit growth year over year. She recently acquired Breadware, an Internet of Things (IoT) product development firm based in Reno, NV. Connect with Kerry Siggins on: Website: https://www.stoneagetools.com/ https://www.warthog-nozzles.com/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010 Subscribe to the Podcast: https://creativeraven.com/smells-like-money-podcast/ Be a guest on our show: https://calendly.com/thetuitgroup/be-a-podcast-guest Check Out my NEW Digital Marketing E-Course & Coaching Program just for Wastewater Pros: https://store.thetuitgroup.com/diy-digital-marketing-playbook-for-wastewater-pros
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Lee Selzer and Aaron Gamble of Ace Tank Services continue the conversation on how you can grow your business' reach and empower loyal teams in the septic industry. Ace Tank Services has definitely made it happen from a mom-and-pop to an enterprise. Lee and Aaron share how they expanded their services in response to customer needs, how they market their way to closing contracts with cities and municipalities, and their take on how you can retain great talents amid 'the great resignation' and 'the silver tsunami.' This episode covers: · Lee Selzer on growing the offered services · Aaron Gamble on the need for proper safety programs · The different ways to market to penetrate larger service contracts · Why is it important to treat your team like family? · Not every skilled worker is fit for entrepreneurship About Ace Tank Services: Established in 1973, Ace Tank Services is a family business founded on a commitment to complete client satisfaction. Our crews offer friendly, personal service with special attention to your concerns to ensure we complete our work efficiently and in the most cost-effective fashion. Our longevity in this business has only been possible because we have consistently offered our clients timely, reliable, and budget-conscious service. Ace Tank Services has grown steadily, mostly through referrals from our loyal clients. Over the years, we have worked with clients from many kinds of businesses throughout the Greater Vancouver Area and the Fraser Valley, from restaurants to strata, city maintenance departments, campgrounds, and car washes. Our long and varied experience is now your resource. As of now, Cathy and Terry have retired, and Ace Tank Services has been handed into the trusted hands of Lee and Amanda Selzer. Lee has been working with Ace Tank Services for the past 10 years and has helped it grow into the business it is today. He is a Registered Onsite Wastewater Practitioner and a member in good standing with the Western Canadian Onsite Wastewater Management Association, which also provides online training for students looking to become R.O.W.P's. Lee and Amanda take pride in Ace's history and look to continue its reputation for quality service at a reasonable price in the community. Connect with Lee Selzer and Aaron Gamble on: Website: https://www.ace-septic-tank-cleaning.com/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010 Subscribe to the Podcast: https://creativeraven.com/smells-like-money-podcast/ Be A Guest On Our Show: https://calendly.com/thetuitgroup/be-a-podcast-guest
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Kerry Siggins—CEO of Stone Age Tools—explains where the real magic comes from when it comes to sewer cleaning tools. As a global leader in designing high-pressure water blasting and sewer cleaning tools, Kerry knows what really makes these tools powerful in the game. Here, Kerry discusses the materials that matter when manufacturing sewer cleaning tools, the science behind designing nozzles, what is yet to be achieved in the world of water blasting, and more. This episode covers: · It's all about the jet that comes out of the nozzle · What kind of jet do you need for what? · How to understand controlled rotation · The current and upcoming advancements in the industry · What AI can allow in the future in terms of camera integration About Kerry Siggins: Kerry Siggins is the CEO of StoneAge, Inc., a global leader in designing and manufacturing high-pressure waterblasting and sewer cleaning tools and equipment used in the industrial cleaning industry. StoneAge sells and supports its products throughout the world and has over 170 dealers in 45 countries. She is also the Vice President of the Waterjet Technology Association (WJTA). Kerry joined StoneAge in January of 2007 as the Director of Operations. In 2009, she was named CEO by StoneAge's Board of Directors and has since led the company in building a robust global presence resulting in double-digit growth year over year. She recently acquired Breadware, an Internet of Things (IoT) product development firm based in Reno, NV. Connect with Kerry Siggins on: Website: https://www.stoneagetools.com/ https://www.warthog-nozzles.com/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010 Subscribe to the Podcast: https://creativeraven.com/smells-like-money-podcast/ Be A Guest On Our Show: https://calendly.com/thetuitgroup/be-a-podcast-guest
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Joe Gunderson shares his insights as a plumber and entrepreneur on leading and bringing people into the plumbing industry. If this episode sums one thing up, it's this: the plumbing industry is a practical and viable career choice. Joe explains how the plumbing industry has detached itself from its "dirty" image, why kids should definitely join the trade through the plumbing industry, how the industry is driving its course forward with technological integrations, and much more. This episode covers: · The plumbing industry and the opportunities it holds beyond the stigma · Joe Gunderson on integrating technology in apprentice programs · The industry needs to make use of its masters efficiently and soon · The upsides of getting into the trades for kids out of high school · Joe Gunderson on the value of surveys and letting people's voices be heard About Joe Gunderson: Joe Gunderson is a master plumber in Viroqua, Wisconsin, United States, and is the CEO and Founder of 608Plumbing. Connect with Joe Gunderson on: Website: https://www.608plumbing.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joseph-gunderson-801431202/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/CreativeRavenMarketing LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010 Subscribe to the Podcast: https://creativeraven.com/smells-like-money-podcast/ Be A Guest On Our Show: https://calendly.com/thetuitgroup/be-a-podcast-guest
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Mary Shafer helps brief us through why public relations is an evergreen marketing medium. What would Steve Jobs do if he was down to his last marketing budget? From his own words, he'd spend it on PR. Here, Mary explains why you don't need unique talents to create press releases, why you need to learn how to sell to the editor above everything else first, the value of case studies, how visuals help with user experience, and much more. This episode covers: · PR isn't as expensive as you think it is · Marketing is an art and a science · What is a broiler plate? · Your website needs to include a 'newsroom' · What's not great about PR through social media? About Mary Shafer: Mary has been a writer all her life and grew up learning marketing and copywriting business in her dad's ad agency. As a commercial copywriter, she learned what works and what doesn't in marketing, and becoming a consultant was a natural outgrowth of that work. She chose to work with small and micro-businesses because that's what she understands best. Word Forge Books, Mary's publishing division, evolved from her author and marketing experience. Technological innovations have created exciting synergies between marketing and publishing. Her clients have often expressed interest in writing their own books or other publications, so she offers services such as ghostwriting, editing, and custom publishing to help get their messages out in a format that complements their other channels. Mary's career in the book publishing industry began in 1990. She has written three published books and contributed to two published anthologies. She consults with self-pubbed authors and indie publishers on how to navigate the modern publishing industry as The Indie Navigator (indienavigator.com). Her publishing colleagues often need help with marketing, so she consults with them from the sympathetic standpoint of another publisher and author who understands the unique pressures they face in this industry, currently undergoing an incredible upheaval. Consulting with authors and indie publishers is the fastest-growing segment of her business, which often involves public speaking at conferences, in classrooms, and in libraries. Connect with Mary Shafer on: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maryshafer/ Mary is also a part of the Creative Raven & The TUIT Group: https://creativeraven.com| https://thetuitgroup.com Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/CreativeRavenMarketing Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010 Subscribe to the Podcast: https://creativeraven.com/smells-like-money-podcast/ Be A Guest On Our Show: https://calendly.com/thetuitgroup/be-a-podcast-guest
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, President of Permidian Technologies Jim Aanderud speaks on how job costing gives insight into a business's profitability. Of course, job costing can be complex, especially for specific industries. But no matter how complicated it can sometimes get, it's always better to have a so-so approach to job costing than nothing. Here, Jim explains what job costing does for any business at the very basic, why you should always be familiar with your business's finances, and Jim's views on training and hiring. This episode covers: · Job costing asks: "did you make money?" · There's so much data that comes out of job costing · The Value of Training · Successful companies have a good image · Finding the right person for the job is not a quick process About Jim Aanderud: Jim has been a contractor and business owner for the past twenty years and is currently the owner and president of Permidian Technologies, Inc., based in Southern California. He has been widely published in industry periodicals and has been a national speaker on issues dealing with contracting and small businesses for the past twenty years. Connect with Jim Aanderud on: Website: https://permidian.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jim-aanderud-a76a897/ Profitability Playbook, by Jim Aanderud: https://thetuitgroup.com/product/profitability-playbook-by-jim-aanderud-video-course/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Lee Selzer and Aaron Gamble of Ace Tank Services share their underdog stories and how they achieved success from the bottom up as minimum wage workers and persons in recovery. With their story of taking over Ace Tank Services, Lee and Aaron help us see how love for work shows up to the people, how you can pass on the price increase to your customers the right way, the trends for the septic industry, and more. This episode covers: · Lee Selzer – from minimum wage to taking over a company · Aaron Gamble – on keeping an open mind and working with your heart · Increase prices but add a different element to the job! · Keeping your customers educated can also bring down costs · Are septic tanks being replaced with public sewers? About Ace Tank Services: Established in 1973, Ace Tank Services is a family business founded on a commitment to complete client satisfaction. Our crews offer friendly, personal service with special attention to your concerns to ensure we complete our work efficiently and in the most cost-effective fashion. Our longevity in this business has only been possible because we have consistently offered our clients timely, reliable, and budget-conscious service. Ace Tank Services has grown steadily, mostly through referrals from our loyal clients. Over the years, we have worked with clients from many kinds of businesses throughout the Greater Vancouver Area and the Fraser Valley, from restaurants to strata, city maintenance departments, campgrounds, and car washes. Our long and varied experience is now your resource. As of now, Cathy and Terry have retired, and Ace Tank Services has been handed into the trusted hands of Lee and Amanda Selzer. Lee has been working with Ace Tank Services for the past 10 years and has helped it grow into the business it is today. He is a Registered Onsite Wastewater Practitioner and a member in good standing with the Western Canadian Onsite Wastewater Management Association, which also provides online training for students looking to become R.O.W.P's. Lee and Amanda take pride in Ace's history and look to continue its reputation for quality service at a reasonable price in the community. Connect with Lee Selzer and Aaron Gamble on: Website: https://www.ace-septic-tank-cleaning.com/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010 Subscribe to the Podcast: https://creativeraven.com/smells-like-money-podcast/ Be A Guest On Our Show: https://calendly.com/thetuitgroup/be-a-podcast-guest
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Daniel Dominguez talks about the tool that can help you discover your 'why' and the 'why' of everyone in your business. Often, when people share with others what they do, they start with the 'what.' However, the 'what' doesn't always translate well. Daniel Dominguez explains why communicating from your 'why' is a better form of communication and the nine different 'why' that help us understand the roles we need to be in. This episode covers: · You communicate better when you talk from your 'why' · The Nine Why's · How does the Why.os work? · Often, when people leave their work, it's not about the money · The Why.os isn't only beneficial for work About Daniel Dominguez: Daniel is a former Sales Leader at Baxter Healthcare, where his teams consistently exceeded their sales goals. In addition, he is a former academic scholar, college mascot, Army Ranger, marathon runner, track and cross-country coach, and Rotary Club President who loves to connect with people and make a difference. That's what Daniel does every day in his role as the Chief Growth Officer at the WHY Institute. Connect with Daniel Dominguez on: Website: https://whyinstitute.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dan-dominguez/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010 Subscribe to the Podcast: https://creativeraven.com/smells-like-money-podcast/ Be A Guest On Our Show: https://calendly.com/thetuitgroup/be-a-podcast-guest
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Mary Shafer shares her views on future-proofing your business through embracing technology. Every time a technology advances, it pushes some skills to either upgrade or disposes of. When that happens, are you a harness maker or a leatherworker? Mary explains what the yellow pages taught us, how the pandemic impacted the world's approach to marketing, and why technology is not something you should be afraid of. This episode covers: · Don't tie into something that evolves and changes · Am I a harness maker or leatherworker? · COVID set marketing ahead by about 25 years · A VA's value is more significant than its cost · Why you shouldn't be intimidated by technology About Mary Shafer: Mary has been a writer all her life and grew up learning marketing and copywriting business in her dad's ad agency. As a commercial copywriter, she learned what works and what doesn't in marketing, and becoming a consultant was a natural outgrowth of that work. She chose to work with small and micro-businesses because that's what she understands best. Word Forge Books, Mary's publishing division, evolved from her author and marketing experience. Technological innovations have created exciting synergies between marketing and publishing. Her clients have often expressed interest in writing their own books or other publications, so she offers services such as ghostwriting, editing, and custom publishing to help get their messages out in a format that complements their other channels. Mary's career in the book publishing industry began in 1990. She has written three published books and contributed to two published anthologies. She consults with self-pubbed authors and indie publishers on how to navigate the modern publishing industry as The Indie Navigator (indienavigator.com). Her publishing colleagues often need help with marketing, so she consults with them from the sympathetic standpoint of another publisher and author who understands the unique pressures they face in this industry, currently undergoing an incredible upheaval. Consulting with authors and indie publishers is the fastest-growing segment of her business, which often involves public speaking at conferences, in classrooms, and in libraries. Connect with Mary Shafer on: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maryshafer/ Mary is also a part of the Creative Raven & The TUIT Group: https://creativeraven.com| https://thetuitgroup.com Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010 Subscribe to the Podcast: https://creativeraven.com/smells-like-money-podcast/ Be A Guest On Our Show: https://calendly.com/thetuitgroup/be-a-podcast-guest
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Founder and CEO of 608 Plumbing Joe Gunderson helps us understand the stumbling blocks that give plumbers transitioning to entrepreneurship a bad name. Today, a plumber needs to be more than just a 'Mechanical Mr. Fix It.' In this episode, Joe shares the #1 issue plumbers face when they get into business, the advancements that equip the modern-day plumber, and how 608 Plumbing paved a different path in the business and art of plumbing. This episode covers: · Where do plumbers go wrong when they put up businesses? · How is 608Plumbing changing the game? · Image is paramount · Joe Gunderson – on helping the community and getting the name out there · Be ready with your calling card — even in the aisles! About Joe Gunderson: Joe Gunderson is a master plumber in Viroqua, Wisconsin, United States, and is the CEO and Founder of 608Plumbing. Connect with Joe Gunderson on: Website: https://www.608plumbing.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joseph-gunderson-801431202/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010 Subscribe to the Podcast: https://creativeraven.com/smells-like-money-podcast/ Be A Guest On Our Show: https://calendly.com/thetuitgroup/be-a-podcast-guest
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, President of Permidian Technologies Jim Aanderud dissects what makes some contractors profitable and others not. Being good with finance doesn't come naturally for most contractors moving away from a W-2 to get into entrepreneurship. But, because profit is business, this is why relearningmoney is even more critical. As the proponent of the Profitability Playbook, Jim explains how the vilification of money limits entrepreneurs, the basics of financial knowledge, and the skills that equip good businessmen. This episode covers: · What makes a contractor profitable and not profitable? · Why is profit so vilified? · All of your decisions in the business will affect your finance · Are you proactively or reactively running your business? · Budgeting is your light into the future About Jim Aanderud: Jim has been a contractor and business owner for the past twenty years and is currently the owner and president of Permidian Technologies, Inc., based in Southern California. He has been widely published in industry periodicals and has been a national speaker on issues dealing with contracting and small businesses for the past twenty years. Connect with Jim Aanderud on: Website: https://permidian.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jim-aanderud-a76a897/ Profitability Playbook, by Jim Aanderud: https://thetuitgroup.com/product/profitability-playbook-by-jim-aanderud-video-course/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, right in the middle of International Women's Month, President of W.H. Kassner, Inc. Ellie Kassner speaks on the incentives and burdens of running WHK as a woman in a male-dominated field. Over 80% of the clients WHK currently has under their belt were developed after Ellie, and her brother managed the company. Here, Ellie talks about how contracts maximized their WBE certification and why seeing it all the way through paid off in her experience of heading WHK. This episode covers: · How WHK started – A Wild Wild West Story · What is supplier diversity? · The incentives of being a minority-owned enterprise · A burden of proof for women business owners · Elli Kassner – on why the business has a future and not just a past About Ellie Kassner: Third generation majority Business Owner and President Ellie Kassner grew up around W.H. Kassner, Inc. Her focus on new business development and job compliance, along with her detail-oriented business acumen, has already yielded significant corporate growth. Under her guidance, WHK is a certified WBE and DBE. Besides estimating in the office, Ellie can be found field measuring, meeting with clients, and installing with a team. Connect with Ellie Kassner on: Website: http://www.whkassner.com/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, Chad Smeltzer opens the discussion on the most common problems in government procurement. In the age of digitalization, there's so much that technology can do in the procurement systems of business entities. But at the same time, so much of that potential isn't utilized. As the founder and CEO of Bidcurement, Chad talks about the archaic procurement systems that need upgrading and how Bidcurement works to digitize specification documents and streamline every phase of any procurement process. This episode covers: · Where did Bidcurement come from? · How we approach procurement is so archaic · What can a digital procurement system do? · An AI system in replacement of commodity codes · Search optimization for minority businesses in the procurement process About Chad Smeltzer: Chad's career began in Wastewater/Public Works at the age of 15 in Wrightsville, PA. After graduating from high school, he entered directly into the workforce. During that time, he maintained several titles such as Senior Technician, Operations Manager, and Account Manager. Chad created his first start-up company, EPS Products, in 2008, where he used biological technology, called Bioremediation, to break down fats, oils, and grease in sewer systems. EPS Products was later acquired by Duke's Root Control, at which point Chad began a career as a Consultant and a Contractor. He began working with governments all across the Midwest. In 2016, Chad co-founded a second start-up. Together with a team called Midwest Water Group DBA RMS Utility Services, he utilized new technology to help prioritize collection systems and built a digital asset management software platform. RMS Utilities was acquired by Duke's Root Control in 2020. Chad's vast knowledge, work history, and experience in the industry led him to his current passion: fixing the local antiquated procurement processes of local and state government with software. He has created multiple digital projects in order to streamline procurement. Connect with Chad Smeltzer on: Website: https://bidcurement.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chadsmeltzer/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, President of W.H. Kassner, Inc., Ellie Kassner, discusses why prioritizing ergonomics in the construction of wastewater treatment plants is always the smarter way to go. One might ask, "what does ironworks have to do with wastewater management?"Actually—a lot! In this discussion, Ellie explains why operators need to be in the design process and why giving high regard to usership in the design process costs a lot less in the long run. This episode covers: · Is ergonomics overlooked in wastewater plants? · The role operators play in the design process · Preventative maintenance reviews should be done at least annually · The suitable metals for corrosive environments · Not incorporating ergonomics right from the beginning can be expensive About Ellie Kassner: Third generation majority Business Owner and President Ellie Kassner grew up around W.H. Kassner, Inc. Her focus on new business development and job compliance, along with her detail-oriented business acumen, has already yielded significant corporate growth. Under her guidance, WHK is a certified WBE and DBE. Besides estimating in the office, Ellie can be found field measuring, meeting with clients, and installing with a team. Connect with Ellie Kassner on: Website: http://www.whkassner.com/ Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, PR Maven and Award-Winning Best-selling Author, Jill Lublin, returns for another rich episode as she demystifies PR's effects on brands and what guerilla PR is truly all about. As Jill explains how you can get more precise on your messaging, listen as she shares why you need to focus on giving your audience value that's quick, simple, and effective when applied. This episode covers: · People are scared of PR because they don't know where to start · How can you get clear with your message? · What's trending right now in PR, and what can you do with it? · Is it stickable? · The problem with most pitches About Jill Lublin: With 200+ speaking engagements each year, master publicity strategist and consultant, and bestselling author, Jill Lublin consistently wows audiences worldwide with her entertaining and interactive keynotes, seminars, and training programs on publicity, networking, kindness, and influence marketing. Jill has shared her powerful networking and publicity strategies on the stages of Tony Robbins, T. Harv Eker, Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Loral Langemeier, James Malinchak, Lisa Nichols, Richard Simmons, and many others. Additionally, thousands of people have attended her popular Publicity Crash Course. Over the past 25 years, Jill has worked with ABC, NBC, CBS, and other national and international media as a highly regarded publicity expert. She has been featured in The New York Times, Women's Day, Fortune Small Business, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and Inc. magazines. Connect with Jill Lublin on: Website: https://jilllublin.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/publicitycrashcourse/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jilllublin/ Get your FREE PUBLICITY ACTION GUIDE: https://jilllublin.com/action-guide/ Use code "stayvisible"for a discount on the Publicity Crash Course: https://publicitycrashcourse.com/#register-now The Profit of Kindness: How to Influence Others, Establish Trust, and Build Lasting Business Relationships, Book by Jill Lublin: https://www.amazon.com/Profit-Kindness-Influence-Establish-Relationships/dp/163265072X Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010
Today on The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast, President of Hydro Products Corp, T.J. Suiter, continues the discussion on the dangers of wastewater work, focusing on risk reduction and the promotion of best practices. Here, T.J. shares his #1 tip to reduce one of the most common risks to jetting, the smart way to conduct audits for companies, and his take on empowering workers to champion safety and sanitation. This episode covers: · Investing in safety training, protocol, and devices result in significant impacts · How expensive can "it's expensive to be sick" get? · Quiet/Surprise Audits vs. Announced Audits · To punish bad performance or incentivize good performance? · The Vanguard System – on CCTV vehicles About T.J. Suiter: T.J. Suiter got his start in the sewer and drain industry over 30 years ago when he started a pipe cleaning and inspection business in Denver. The company specialized in residential and commercial work for the first few years before moving into municipal work. During his off-hours, Suiter volunteered with a couple organizations, including a local hospice. It was there that he began learning about the pathogens he could potentially be exposed to from patients, how they can transfer, and, most important, how to handle them to keep himself and others safe. It was a unique situation, working with raw sewage by day and with terminally ill patients by night. With new knowledge of pathogen transfer, Suiter started thinking about the dangers posed to those in the wastewater industry. The same pathogens that hospice workers wore gloves, gowns, and face shields to protect themselves from coming in direct contact with were in the wastewater stream, splashing around and getting on workers. And they were often left behind in puddles on the street or yard. So he decided to do something about it to help reduce exposure and protect his team. The result was the Vanguard Pathogen Defense System. Connect with T.J. Suiter on: Website: https://www.vanguard-systems.us/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/t-j-suiter-bab100113/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/suitertj Follow The DooDoo Diva's Smells Like Money Podcast on: Website: www.creativeraven.com | https://thetuitgroup.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativeraven/ Email: raven@creativeraven.com Telephone: +1 760-217-8010
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