May 14, 2019

Subscribe in iTunesSubscribe in GoogleMusicListen on Spotify Do you have a hard time motivating millennials in your business? In today’s episode, we talk with Kaleb Tinsley (Hearthside Distributors,  Tennessee) about the young generation in the hearth industry. If you want to hear the inside scoop on what millennials are thinking (and what is important to them) then…

May 6, 2019

Tuesday, May 7th @ 7am PDT (10am EDT) – Don’t miss the opportunity to get questions answered that are specific to your business! Subscribe in iTunesSubscribe in GoogleMusicListen on Spotify I know that you want to be a winning hearth company that grows every year. In order to do that, you’re always looking to sell…

April 30, 2019

Most businesses struggle everyday to find good people, but have no idea how to train them when they come onboard. This leads to burnout, frustration and stress all the way around. In today’s episode, Jerry Isenhour (President, CVC Success Group) sits down with Tim Reed to cover how companies need to train their team members…

April 23, 2019

If you’re like most hearth companies, you don’t have a system of follow up that you use with customers—and it’s costing you hundreds of thousands of dollars. In today’s episode, Carter Harkins and Taylor Hill (Founders of Closing Commander) stop by to talk about how to create a follow up system that makes you money and…

April 16, 2019

If your business feels like a whirlwind that’s out of control then you need to listen to this episode with Brandi Biswell. Brandi is the owner at Flue’s Brothers (Kansas City) where she has built an incredible service business through systems and processes that scale beyond herself. On top of that she is a business…

April 9, 2019

Most salespeople are constantly the same fundamental mistake—they think it’s all about them. The problem is that customers can smell it a mile away and stop caring about what you have to say. In this episode of The Fire Time Podcast Tim Reed sits down with Bradley Hartmann (President of Behind Your Back Sales) to walk…

January 24, 2019

For the last four years, we’ve seen one of the best economies in the history of our country. Growth has been exponential, sales have come as fast as you could write them up—and all kinds of bad habits were covered up. When things are going well, there is little sense of urgency to look under…