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This week on Remarkable Results Radio

The free podcast is where service professionals, technicians, business coaches, educators, and industry executives share their success stories

Springville, N.Y.—Carm Capriotto connects aftermarket professionals and Remarkable Results Radio is where service professionals, technicians, business coaches, educators, and industry executives, among others, share their success stories.

The following free podcasts are new and available this week:

EOS Part 6: Processes with Barry Barrett [RR 657]

We are on 6 of our 7 part series on the Entrepreneurial Operating System with Barry Barrett, a certified EOS implementer. In this episode Barry discusses how to systemize your business by building processes. Too many owners think they don’t have time to document processes and then wonder why they can’t leave the shop and take a vacation. Guess what? Processes can be a simple 1 page of bullet points. Keep listening to follow the steps to create consistency in your business.

The key talking points for this episode reside at

Electrification of Our Industry: Service Impact and Trends [THA 232]

How do you prepare for the future? It starts by acknowledging it will be here before you know it. In this episode, my panel discusses electric and hybrid vehicles with statistics and real shop research that help outline the road ahead. Don’t be left behind. Don’t be a naysayer. Embrace and understand the role of EV’s and Hybrids. Learn all you can so you can prepare your business for the future. A critical and important podcast so you benefit.

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How Strong Are Your Community Heart Strings [RR 658]

Helping your local community is always on your “to-do” list as a business owner but how many of us are really taking action? How do you get started? How do you budget donations? In this episode, Dena Ganje explains the importance of community support and why you sometimes can’t put a dollar amount on helping others better their lives. If your shop isn’t involved in the community, then there’s no better time than now to make a difference.  So many top shops make community one of their passions. If you are not, it is time to start. Use this podcast episode to catapult you to be a strong philanthropist.

The key talking points for this episode can be found on the website

Alan Beech and Shop Tour with Greg Bednar [AW 062]

Guest host business coach Alan Beech from Beech Consulting speaks to DVI open rates and the Virtual shop tour with Greg Bednar from Greg’s Champion Auto, Mankato, MN The trivia question: The Pontiac Tempest Transformed to be What Model?

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