How Not To “Go It Alone” In Your Trade Business

Starting out in business has most of us full of enthusiasm and excited for the journey ahead, however, it can be a lonely journey, especially in the trades where we tend to run into a lot of scarcity mindset.

What if I told you, you didn’t need to go it alone?

I can remember as a new builders wife, and times were getting tough in our business and I had no idea where to turn, or who to ask for advice.

The builder talks often about never being able to talk to his peers, due to concern and worry that someone might take one of his ideas.

We are well supported as we learn our trades, but once we move into business ownership, those people often drop away.

This is a big part of the reason we created our podcast and Facebook community.

Our podcast is a great business learning tool, that will not only give you education around areas in your business you might be looking for help, but we share real tradie stories on a regular basis.

There is something very validating about knowing you are not alone and plenty before you have been through the same or similar situations.

Better yet, they share their own tips on how to avoid the pitfalls and find success.

Our Facebook community is a rapidly growing group of like-minded tradies, supporting each other.

Got a question, this is the place to ask!

We regularly see conversations covering everything from what is the best management tool, to how do I get staff to do what I want and everything in between. (even the occasional, how do I get my husband/wife/partner to listen to me)

So if you are feeling a little alone in your business journey, why not head on over to iTunes or Spotify and subscribe to the podcast.

Then come and find us here in our community Facebook group, and begin the conversation with others in a similar position to you.

Finally, if you’d really like us to speak to a particular subject or issue on the podcast, leave us a comment below. We’d love to hear from you.

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