Make More and Work Less By Focusing On 1 System
Productivity • 1h 5m
If you're running a successful contracting business, then why are you working 70-hours a week?
Contracting entrepreneur Ryan Steward was working 70 hours a week, seven days a week. He was stretched so thin that he had little to no time left over for his wife and kids. Fast forward five years and Ryan works 40-hours or less, he is a present father, friend and husband (no divorce for him!), and he gets to spend time doing the things he loves like snowmobiling, skiing and fishing. Oh yea, and he's happy.
He has also doubled his profit margin and leads an $11 million contracting company with a team of 25.
What did he do to end the chaos and give him back his life?
Join us in this awesome episode of Contractor Evolution as we explore what it takes to be a successful contracting leader with time to enjoy the fun things, without burning out or getting hypertension.
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