Tradie in Business Essentials
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Warrick Bidwell and Nicole Cox (or Waz and Nic) have been working with trade business owners for more than 10 years… supporting them to implement the necessary steps to get ‘off the tools’ and into true business ownership.
More importantly, Waz and Nic both come from trade backgrounds themselves so they have real-world experience in the frustrations, challenges, opportunities and stuff-ups that are the reality of what life is like for #tradiesinbusiness!
Here, at Tradies In Business HQ you’ll find a wealth of resources to inspire, educate and support you to create your own version of getting off the tools and into your own business… the one you probably started to give flexibility, freedom, finances, family time, fun…
Find out how to get more support, resources and become part of one of the fastest growing communities of Tradies In Business by heading over to the free Facebook group by the same name at Tradies In Business.
If you’re looking for specific help to work out what to change in your business and how to implement it, have a look at all the ways you can Work With Us.
Why do some people seem to be more successful than others?
How do you create enquiries and get them to buy from you without being 'salesy'?
What's the secret to steady cashflow and sustainable profitability?
Systems are the holy grail, but why?
TRAIN YOUR TEAM TO USE THE TOOLS
How do you know whats working if you don't measure it?
How can you learn from mistakes you haven't made yet?
LISTEN TO THE TIB PODCAST
TIB127 David Myles talks about the links between his NRL career and GutterKnight businessJune 9, 2020
TIB121 Real Tradie Guys – Matt from MJB Bodyworks on losing your toes, building a team and letting goJune 2, 2020
TIB109 Real Tradie Stories – Casey Mackinlay the (former) Bricklayer turned CEO talks beating the oddsMay 19, 2020
With both of us being born into trade families we have ‘tradie blood’ running in our veins!
We’re very familiar with the gut-busting, money stress, relationship strain and general frustration that can be part of owning and running a trade business. Having worked with tradies in business for the past bunch of years, we’re also acutely aware of the significant opportunity for trade business owners if they get the fundamentals in place.
We are both driven to break some of the negative cycles within our industries and help you, a Tradie In Business, get off the tools and into true business ownership. Business that gives you flexibility, financial stability, family time, fun, future wealth… all the good f’s!
Positively Impacting The Trade Industries
Promoting Healthy Tradies, Families And Relationships
A Legacy For The Next Generation
Building Truly Sustainable Businesses
What tradies are saying
Warrick and I got together a couple years years ago to formulate a plan to take my business from a self employed job to a proper trade business. That was 2015 and I haven’t been on the tools since!
I’ve been following the [Tradies In Business] podcast for a couple of years and received some great insights. I decided to contact Waz and begin working 1-1 with him and so far it has been awesome. Heaps of great business fundamental work combined with custom ideas and systems to implement. I’m excited to see where we will be in the coming months!
Nicole is the most phenomenal mentor. Her knowledge, skills, care, kindness and intense understanding of the building industry blows my mind. I couldn’t do life without her. If you want honesty, reliability and a person who will go to bat for you, Nicole is your woman!
So far there has been info of basically all the stuff that I have needed and it has really helped in a massive way. For things I couldn’t found out I’ve posted and it’s been a really helpful, quick response. Thanks for all the things you guys done, keep it up.
My husband Trent and I have been enjoying being part of the facebook page that you and Nicole have started. I posted back in November about weather everyone thought sending something out to our customer about maintenance for when there tools are in little use over Christmas break was a good idea. We sent out emails,changed our radio ad and posted on facebook and we have come back to so much work. Last January we really struggled through the month. This year is a complete turn around. So thanks to your lovely tradies on your pages we got the courage to try our ideas.