Service Drive gurus Chris Collins and Gary Daniel are back revisiting the widely successful Service Drive Revolution to discuss ADVISOR PAY PLANS.
First off, Chris tells a hilarious story from the East coast coaching group meeting that involves, NFL, cigar bars, time confusion and head Chris Collins coach Jair Martinez. Moving onto the main topic of today, Advisor Pay Plans, Chris and Gary discuss what makes employees leave, how to manage finances when paying staff, how to pay employees so they earn more and how to double profits all while making your staff happier. This weeks show is must listen episode for those who want to know how service drive guru Chris Collins set ups advisor pay plans, and how it creates record breaking advisors who will not only earn more money and boost morale, but also dramatically increase profits in the service drive.Also available on:
They’re back! The Service Drive gurus Chris Collins and Gary Daniel are back revisiting the widely successful Service Drive Revolution to answer your questions. In this week’s episode, Chris and Gary catch upon what’s happened since they recorded the last episode at the Top Dog Event 2017. They discuss Gary’s health saga, including shoulder surgery from skateboarding accents, but most importantly they read and answer some of the questions coming into the office. These involve varied struggles from all over the industry, from conflicts with fellow colleagues to the fundamentals of Service Drive success – Customer Service. Listen and subscribe for future episodes.Also available on:
In this week’s show, we ask the question: do you have presence? What is presence? And how do you establish it? How do you command a room and use presence as an effective business tool that will create connections and a lasting impact?
Diving in, we discuss authenticity, self-pride and how to be aware of your demeanor, with the understanding of what effect it can have on clients, potential clients, colleagues and other leaders and entrepreneurs you engage with.Also available on:
In this special two-part episode of Chris Collins Unleashed, we sit down with friend and CEO of Bluefish, a personal concierge service for VIPs and Executives, Steve Sims.
In part two, Steve continues with his incredible stories of how Bluefish came to be. He discusses the moments where he faced the fear of failure, how he made his exclusive connections, the importance of transparency and authenticity, and the idea that you should never try to be something you’re not.
Be sure to listen to part one of our interview with Steve before tuning into this one.
Be sure to check out Steve’s newly-released book: Bluefishing: The Art of Making Things Happen. It’s available now!Also available on:
In this special two-part episode of Chris Collins Unleashed, we sit down with friend and CEO of Bluefish, a personal concierge service for VIPs and Executives, Steve Sims. In this first episode, Steve unravels some of his secrets for how to create and sell unforgettable experiences.
Amongst the mind-blowing stories of setting up a dinner in the Accademia Museum of Florence, under the statue of David and being serenaded by Andrea Bocelli, Steve discusses his essential tools for building a business where the experience is the commodity. Key to his success are ideas such as under-promise over-deliver, the challenge of self-marketing, letting others add credibility, and the strategies to build and have access to a highly exclusive network.
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Steve’s book, Bluefishing: The Art of Making Things Happen is available now!Also available on:
In this episode of Chris Collins Unleashed, we discuss one of our favorite topics: Gamification. It’s the ultimate business hack and its implementation has long been a core part of our business turnaround process. In fact, I am so passionate about it, it is the subject of my Amazon best-selling book, Gamification: Playing for profits.
But what is Gamification? In this episode, we break down the components of the system, and explain how it works and why it works. Through years of teaching these techniques, we have run into some hilarious situations that you don’t want to miss. By the end of this episode, we can promise that you will want to implement Gamification into your business and turn it into a profit machine.
Today, we re-visit a topic we covered a few episodes back: work/life balance. In this follow-up episode, we re-examine the topic through the lens of an entrepreneur who has prioritized their business and growth of their career over just about everything else. How can you maintain a healthy home life when you’ve made this commitment? This is often very difficult…but we’re here to share our tips and help you strike that balance to your best ability.
Entrepreneurs are notorious for working countless hours to achieve their business goals. When fully grinding, 18 or even 20 hour days are becoming more commonplace. While devoting these extra hours towards your venture, another aspect of your life suffers directly. It’s sleep. And it’s more important than you think.
Today, we look at the science behind it, and for those who refuse to decrease their business hustle, we give you the essential tips to help keep your mind fresh and your body healthy during these long days.Also available on:
In today’s episode of Chris Collins Unleashed, we weigh in on the current political climate with the recent seemingly league-wide NFL player protest. We take a look at how perspective influences decision-making, highlighting the importance of understanding the full story before trying to fix things. As a leader, you need to take a 10,000ft view of your business to have a proper understanding of biased decision-making within an organization.
In this episode, we take a look at the hair styling and beauty industry, focusing on how salons can dramatically increase profits. 8 out of every 10 hair salon businesses will fail. These are primarily family-owned, mom & pop businesses shutting down, so we want to give them the upper hand, and the ability to turn things around. A few simple changes can boost the margins, improve customer retention and allow the stylists to work more efficiently.Also available on: