Monthly Archives: November 2016

Contractor Marketing Tips from The Wealthy Contractor

I’ve been fortunate to have met and worked with hundreds of home improvement contractors just like you throughout my career – some very successful, some kinda successful and some not very.

briancharlieAs entrepreneurs at some point, we have all faced an obstacle, circumstance, problem, issue… the proverbial “glass ceiling” that holds us back from achieving our goal. So then what? How do you break through this “glass ceiling” and HOW CAN YOU MAXIMIZE YOUR SUCCESS AND PROFITS FOR YOUR HOME IMPROVEMENT BUSINESS?

For our second episode of The Wealthy Contractor Podcast™, we are thrilled to have Charlie Gindele, president and owner of Renewal by Andersen of Orange County.

Charlie is one of the smartest people you will find in this business (or any other), you will learn a lot from this episode… I promise!

Charlie provides insight on the growth of his home improvement business and how he broke through each new level of growth through strategic marketing plans, objective setting and measuring goals. IF YOU CAN’T MEASURE IT, YOU CAN’T MANAGE IT.

To hear his story, both challenges and successes, click here to go to iTunes and download the podcast now.


We launched The Wealthy Contractor Podcast™ last month to provide access to resources and insights from wealthy contractors across the country and help grow your home improvement business. Episodes can be found here: The Wealthy Contractor Podcast™.

While creating the episodes, we constantly ask ourselves, “How can we provide solutions to you? And how can we help your company profit and FAST?”

If you have any suggestions, feedback or would like to discuss a specific topic, please let us know. The success of your business remains a top priority for us, and we love putting together resources for you to maintain the success of your company.

The Wealthy Contractor’s Tips to Grow Your Contractor Business

Tell me if your story sounds anything like this…

Over 20 years ago, when I started my first home improvement business, I was CLUELESS.

I had no mentors in the industry and absolutely no one to turn to for help or guidance.

There were no podcasts, no publications and very few books to guide me down the winding and bumpy path of being an entrepreneur in this industry.

I knew I couldn’t do it alone so I went to the library, the bookstore, seminars, listened to tapes (yes, cassette tapes… I am officially that old now).

I met Dan Kennedy, Michael Gerber, Jim Rohn, I studied the masters – Napoleon Hill, David Ogilvy, Robert Collier and hundreds of others in my pursuit of business (and personal) success.

I’ve spent over $100,000, and thousands of hours on my education… and every day I realize there is so much more to learn.

That’s why I’m excited to provide you with so many great resources as part of The Wealthy Contractor™ Program. The more we share, the more we learn, the more successful we will all be.

If I had anything like this 20 years ago, I know I would have reached higher levels of success much more quickly – without so many hassles and heartache.

So, with that said, we all know that we should spend more time working ON our businesses rather than IN them, so as a Member of The Wealthy Contractor Program here are just a few of the resources that are available to you right now:

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I hope you’ll find a ton of value in these resources, they are all designed to help you make more sales, make more money and have more fun!

And be sure to join me this Tuesday – Election Day – for a special online training where we’ll talk about some of the long-term success factors of the most successful home improvement entrepreneurs.

To save your spot in the webinar – Decision 2017: What Can You Do in 2017 to Keep Your Business Great Through 2020? – just click here.

After registering for the webinar, you can read an excerpt from the feature article below, and as you’re reading, ask yourself – “Am I doing all that I can to build an unbreakable bond with my customers so they help me grow my business for years to come?”

It’s a question we should all consider.