Dec 22, 2020
The world of business consists of peaks and valleys. Sometimes, you rise. Other times, you fall. So when your business suffers a tremendous loss, should you choose to stay at the bottom of the pit? Or should you bounce back up, taking the lessons that you’ve learned with you as you go?
In every failure and mistakes made, there is always a lesson to learn and an opportunity to do better. This week at Construction Genius, Bill Schultz, President of W.M. Schultz Construction, joins us once again to share with us how the things that he learned from his father’s business helped shape his company to what it is today. He also discusses how the shutdown of his father’s business impacted his family and why being able to service your customers well is key to a business’ success.
If you find yourself facing challenges and need some help overcoming them, tune in to this episode and be inspired with Bill’s amazing story.
What’s Discussed in This Episode:
About the Guest:
Bill Schultz is the President of W.M. Schultz Construction, Inc., a company based in Ballston Spa, New York, providing services for water and wastewater treatment facilities to bridges, site work, industrial facilities, cast in place concrete, and design-build. Being in business for more than 20 years, it has become one of the dominant players in the construction industry in New York.
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