Life First, Business Second
Painter Marketing Mastermind • 1h 2m
Tony Busnardo & Kent Gledhill, founders and co-owners of Old World Painting, discuss their journey as friends and business partners. They share a mindset they perceive to be very harmful that many other painting company owners seem to possess, and how staying away from that mode of thinking has enhanced the happiness in their lives. Determined to be "anti-businessmen," the pair elaborate on what finally caused them to implement more systems and processes into their business, and the freedom and power that came from doing so. Kent also talks about an amazing non-profit he runs in Costa Rica, and he provides listeners the opportunity to give their family a life-changing experience by getting involved.
- The healthier mindset to adopt when growing your business
- How to enter a partnership as friends, and remain even better friends
- Why the "anti-businessmen" started looking at their company as a business, and the results that followed
- An interesting statistic on the importance of laughing, and how to leverage humor to weather the entrepreneurial storms
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