Success Profiles Radio 12/16/19 show

Luke Peters was this week's guest on Success Profiles Radio. He is the Founder and CEO of NewAir, one of the most trusted compact appliance brands in North America. He grew the company as a side hustle in his garage and now has 50 employees and multi 8 figure sales.  He has 5 companies and runs a podcast called Page 1.

We talked about when to jump from part-time to full-time in business, the importance of creating before consuming, his philosophy of hiring people, creating a solid corporate culture, and transitioning from a B to C  model to a business to distributor model which includes vendors such as Home Depot, Walmart, Lowe's, and Amazon.

In addition, we discussed how to identify opportunities, the skill set required to build an 8 figure business, commitment to a morning routine, and avoiding shiny object syndrome.

We talked about so much more on the show. You can subscribe on iTunes anytime. You can also listen to any episode at https://toginet.com/shows/successprofilesradio

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