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Maintaining Passion After Massive Success: A Conversation with Eli Rosenbloom (Part 2)

Maintaining Passion After Massive Success: A Conversation with Eli Rosenbloom (Part 2)

What are some of the ways you can help your business reach and exceed your best-case scenario and find success well beyond your expectations?

Eli Rosenbloom, the founder, and CEO of FR Conversions, has built one of the world’s most successful manufacturers of specialized vehicles. In Part One of Meny’s interview with Eli, they discussed the best way to train employees, the problem with knowing too much before you start, the issue of information sharing, the importance of choosing a specific avatar, and much more. Today, they continue their conversation by discussing mapping out your business, ways to exceed your best-case scenario, the market for new and used cars, the future of self-driving vehicles, maintaining passion once success is assured, and more. Don’t miss it!

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Starting with a Small Niche...And Quickly Becoming a Massive Success Story: A Conversation with Eli Rosenbloom (Part 1)

Starting with a Small Niche…And Quickly Becoming a Massive Success Story: A Conversation with Eli Rosenbloom (Part 1)

When Eli Rosenbloom noticed that the price of certain specialized vehicles was unusually high, he started to do some research – and soon started to manufacture them himself. The result? His company, FR Conversions, is on the road to becoming the biggest ambulance manufacturer in the United States and potentially the world. Meny Hoffman and Eli talk about the problem of knowing too much before you start, understanding the barrier to entry before you invest, the issue of information sharing, the best way to train employees, the importance of choosing a specific avatar, and much more!

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LTB 101 | Business Processes

How & Why We Need to Delegate & Prioritize Processes—with Chris Ronzio

Managing growth may be one of the most challenging parts of owning a business. This week, our guest is Chris Ronzio. Chris is the founder and CEO of Trainual and author of the bestselling book, The Business Playbook: How to Document and Delegate What You Do So Your Company Can Grow Beyond You. In our interview, he explains that the key ingredients to success and growth in any business are delegation and establishing processes. We dive deep into the importance of standard operating procedures (SOPs), and where we should start creating them. SOPs aim to achieve efficiency, quality output and uniformity of performance, while reducing miscommunication and failure to comply with industry regulations.Whether you operate on your own or with a small team, it is crucial to implement SOPs at your own level, and Chris is here to explain how.

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How to Build and Sustain a High-Performing Team—with Ira Zlotowitz

We all know that a good team can make or break a business. But do you ever wish you could simply clone yourself and create a team of people just as motivated, knowledgeable, and passionate about your business as you are? Ira Zlotowitz, the founder and president of Eastern Union Funding, knows a thing or two about building and sustaining high-performing teams; he grew his own business from a four-person office to a company of over 100 people, closing roughly $5 billion in national loan volume in 2019 alone. In this practical, no-nonsense interview, we discuss how to cultivate a culture of excellence (starting from the very first interview); how to hire the right people; how to master the skill of delegation; and how to make your current employees more valuable to your company.

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How the 80/20 Rule Will Change Your Business

Have you ever met someone who always seems busy—but if you asked what they’ve accomplished in the last day, or the last week, they couldn’t give you a straight answer?

Maybe, if you’re being totally honest, this happens to you, too?

Let’s face it. Being truly productive in today’s business world is more difficult than ever. Yes, technology has made us much more efficient in many ways, but it also comes with great challenges: The constant bombardment of dings and notifications and emails and phone calls and texts can throw even the most type-A, goal-oriented businessperson out of focus.

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Pursuing the Impossible: Of Flying Red Convertibles and Life on Mars

Forget about thinking out of the box. Try thinking out of the stratosphere.

A couple days ago, billionaire Elon Musk’s company SpaceX launched a rocket into space, the first time a rocket this powerful has been sent into space by a private company.

In a fun, creative twist, rather than the usual nondescript chunk of metal, the rocket carried Musk’s red Tesla convertible

. . . with a dummy wearing a SpaceX spacesuit strapped inside. 😉

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Delegation: Where Do I Start?

“If you want to do a few small things right, do them yourself. If you want to do great things and make a big impact, learn to delegate,” famously said John C. Maxwell.

I’ve spoken to hundreds of business owners. And there’s one thing I see time and time again: What they struggle with most, and what’s holding their business back from serious growth, is not a lack of business skills or a faulty product.

It’s that they’re simply not delegating enough.

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