WHY FASTEST SHINGLERS MAKE BAD BUSINESS OWNERS (BY E MYTH BOOK)
There is a reason why there are so many entry level workers, and not nearly as many CEOs.
Check out our article on the subject: https://roofinginsights.com/youre-a-top-rated-shingler-so-youll-naturally-be-a-terrible-business-owner/
In this video Dmitry explains why so many new business owners fail in owning and operating their business in contrast to remaining as expert installers or technicians.
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00:38 Michael Gerber e-myth excerpt:
03:35 Secret to success
03:48 Dmitry’s diverse work background:
05:45 The problem with starting a business
06:08 What happens when you start a business
06:41 Realizing your limitations as a laborer vs owner
07:24 Why I stopped being a laborer
07:46 Terms of opening a new business
08:22 Hiring people
09:00 Best advice on starting a business
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