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During Today's episode #104 The crew from SMP and I Talk About:

  • What is a Chicken Flicker?
  • Behind-the-scenes dirt on Kim & Brian from SMP
  • What's the best part of your work day?
  • What's the difference between a successful client and one that isn't?
  • What would your advice be for a shop starting out that isn't able to hire someone like SMP?
  • How cute is Dutton?
  • Favorite Cartoon Character?
  • What did you want to be when you grew up?
  • What book are you reading now, if any?

 

This episode is sponsored by AutoLeap. AutoLeap is a cloud-based all-in-one automotive invoice software that helps you supercharge your mechanic shop. Their customers have experienced:

 

  • 30% increase in revenue by improving transparency and trust
  • 50% reduction in time spent researching and ordering parts
  • 10% increase in profit margins through robust reporting

 

Click here to learn more about AutoLeap and schedule a demo: http://bit.ly/3GRgO88

 

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Connect with Chris:

[email protected]

940.400.1008

www.autoshopcoaching.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AutoFixAutoShopCoaching

Youtube: https://bit.ly/3ClX0ae

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      A recent study, done by Harvard Business School, concluded that the real problem with attracting and retaining employees has more to do with the workplace environment, not pay or benefits. While the study did find that an adequate pay plan and offering an attractive benefits package did help with recruiting and retention, it’s not enough to satisfy the needs of employees, especially those of front-line workers.
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