Feb 25, 2020
In the construction business, people often think that cranking numbers, building projects, or estimating are the only things that matter. However, it is also important to build relationships with your clients. It is often overlooked by many, but its impact can take your business to another level. Some people are born with great salesmanship and are comfortable talking with others, but some aren't. It doesn't mean, however, that you can't learn!
In today's episode, Roger Leasure joins us to tell stories on how building relationships with his clients and other colleagues helped his career and business. He will also discuss how listening to other people's interests and changing your paradigm can take your business to a new height. Roger also advises companies that solely focus on crunching numbers while neglecting to create valuable relationships with their clients.
Roger has a lot of exciting things to share with us, and you’ll surely learn a lot. Check out the highlights and make sure you tune in to the show!
Roger Leasure is the president of Northern California Tiles & Stone. In his early 20s, he started in the tile and real estate business. He ended up running one of the most extensive tiles and stone companies, owning over 200 housing units and several commercial buildings when the recession hit in late 2008. Roger triumphed over debts and now installs over a million in tile and stone monthly. He also owns Capitol City Stucco.
Check out Northern California Tiles & Stone's website.
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