The 10 Keys To Our Success | Episode 100

If you listened to this episode you heard that we’re making an episode with listeners’ questions and stories about how listening to the podcast has helped them be successful.  Everyone who submits a question and/or story will be entered in a drawing to win a $100 gift card. If your question or story makes it onto the podcast you will get a free Haulin Assets T-Shirt and be entered into a drawing for a $1,000 gift card. Click here to submit a question and/or story.

Holy Cow!! I can’t believe we have made it to our 100th episode. It also falls right on the 3 year anniversary of Haulin Assets. Time has flown by and it has been a wild, but extremely fun and satisfying ride. We are going to spend the next several episodes celebrating our success. Speaking of success, that is what this episode is going to cover.

What To Expect From Episode 100

I have been doing a lot of thinking over the last several weeks about all that has happened over the last three years. We have experienced a lot of success and I thought I would share what I think have been the 10 keys to our success. Craig and I will go into some pretty good detail about each of these keys. Hopefully, they can help you in your business.

10. Financing Was Critical

9. We Limited Our Risk And Got A Warranty

8. The type Of Trailer We Have Is Critical

7. Managed Our Expenses

6. We Took Compliance Seriously

5. Our Relationships Are Important

4. Longer Runs Have Been More Profitable

3. We Have Treated Our Drivers Well

2. Our Business Is Built On A Sound Financial Foundation

1. We Have Been Persistent and Endured

Impact Tip

Think like an owner. Everything we talk about in this episode really boils down to thinking like an owner.

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That’s what I get for getting behind on episodes… Missed the deadline for the submission.
Congrats on 100 episodes! I seriously would not still be in business if it wasn’t for all the lessons I took into practice from the podcast.