Chris Pompillio says the FTA is an absolute game changer.
by Mike J. Agugliaro
Yeah, that’s a difficult one to answer. I think if everything is implemented just that we’ve learned so far, we could probably do another million and a half a year, and that’s after a day and a half, and I’m sure there’s lots more good stuff to come.
I actually got that text yesterday morning when I got here. Another friend of mind who lives in another state asked that. He said, oh I heard you’re going to that event, the CEO Warrior event. He said let me know how you like it because I’m thinking about going. What I would tell anybody who’s thinking about going, from what I’ve learned so far, it’s an absolute game changer. I’ve worked with other people before, I’ve been on other programs before, and I got benefit from those, but just what I’ve gotten so far from this far exceeds anything else I’ve gotten. I would definitely recommend it.
I think one of the areas we could improve in the most is in marketing, so I got a lot of good ideas for marketing. I can’t wait to try some of the things that we learned, a process to have in place, how you deal with co-workers and team members, and treating them more like a valuable asset. I thought we were treating them pretty good already, but again, there’s a lot of room of improvement there I never even thought of before. Between the processes and the marketing and how you treat and lift up everybody else that’s on your team, I think those three things are going to be game changers.
So far I think the most important thing is we get used to doing the same things over and over, and we always hope for better results. We try to switch things up a little bit looking for small improvements. I think one of the things I’ve taken away is that you have to think completely different, completely outside the box, and do different from what everybody else is doing out there. You don’t do different things, you’re not going to see different results.