Hi, I'm Stephen Shaw.
I Help Trade Contractors Be More Profitable, Work Less Hours, And Feel Less Stressed By Teaching Them The Business Skills They Didn't Learn In Trade School
Are you running your business or is your business running you?
Most contractors start a business dreaming about how it will allow them more freedom and more money. Next thing you know that same business keeps them shackled.
Working long hours and stressing all year long is exhausting. It’s no wonder why so many owners are struggling to get by or fail altogether.
If this sounds like you, you're not alone.
You deserve to have more freedom of time and more money. You deserve to have the business you have dreamed about.
Wouldn't it be great to have a guide who could give you a proven system to build that successful dream business?
Let's take the chaos out of your business and give you back control so you can make more money, work less hours and scale your contracting business.
Become The Leader Your Employees Need
Every business needs a CEO their employees can look up, can feel comfortable approaching with problems, and can see the bigger vision with the company.
A big mistake contractors make is not developing leadership skills, so their employees either hate them, or walk over them.
either way is not good, and there needs to be a balance.
Maximize Your Profits
Not knowing your numbers is like driving a car with out a dashboard.
Sure, it's possible, but you're going to be doing a lot of guessing when it comes to knowing how fast you're going and if a problem does rise, you're not going to know before it's too late and your engine fails.
This is the same by not knowing your financial numbers of your business.
You should be tracking your profits on a monthly basis, you should know how much you are up and down each month and where you might be losing profits and how to fix it.
Get Back Your Time
Are you constantly running around trying to handle every little problem that comes up?
Maybe you're doing things that require very little skill and could easily be handled by someone else.
You're probably work 60-80 hours a week and feel burnt out.
It's time to let go.
You are spending so much time in a day trying to micro manage that you are stuck working in the company and not working on the company.
You need to start letting go of control and trusting your guys to solve problems.
This will build confidence in your guys, and will also allow you to focus on things that will help grow your company.
Attract A Player Employees
One of the secrets to hiring great employees is how you position your company.
Instead of focusing on what your company needs, focus on your new potential hire's needs and what they will get out working with your company.
You want your new hire to see the bigger vision and know that there is a future with your company.
There are a lot of unhappy employees out there looking for a great company to work for. Let's make your company that company.
Want a free 30 minute strategy session with me personally? We will talk about your business and the problems you're are having, then we will come up with a strategy on how to fix them.
To your success!
I've been a contractor for almost a decade I have certainly made my mistakes and unfortunately learned a lot of things the hard way, which ended up costed me tens of thousands of dollars.
I've been so stressed, I remember one time kneeing on the floor, in tears, wondering how I was going to pay my mortgage.
I've learned so much since then, I started reading all kinds of books on business, sales, marketing, hiring employees, financing and mindset.
I've Invested over $20,000 (and continue to do so) in courses, books and coaching to help improve my business and I ended up turning it into a highly profitable business.
It's good to learn from your mistakes, it's better to learn from other peoples mistakes - Warren Buffett
I now teach contractors the business skills they need so they can get back control, become more profitable, work less hours, and become a CEO legend.
"If we did all the things we are capable of, we would literally astound ourselves."