Ron Holt, CEO & Founder of TWO MAIDS & A MOP™ went from managing chemical engineers and scientists to cleaning toilets … literally. His company has been ranked by Inc Magazine as one of the fastest growing cleaning companies in the country, now boasting 31 franchises. His number one pivotal strategy for success is having grit … and not just the grit you clean up. He lives and dies by this philosophy: “When you hit those moments when failure seems imminent, you’ve gotta have grit to fight through it. Money is less important than grit. From the highest level executive in the ivory tower to the lowest level employee, to success in business, you’ve gotta have some grit.” He was attracted to this “unsexy” industry and his reasons and strategy are fascinating.
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Gina Trimarco, Chief Results Officer of Pivot10 Results (P10) is an international speaker, trainer, business strategist, certified sales coach and serial entrepreneur who helps businesses shift from "people problems" to performance results. And now she’s the host and creator of The Pivotal Leader podcast. Gina also founded and owns Carolina Improv Company, an improv comedy school and theater in Myrtle Beach, SC. Her improv training makes her a dynamic show host who flows with her guests.
This weekly podcast will feature interviews with pivotal and diverse leaders of various industries, geographies and sizes who will share their experiences and stories to inspire rising leaders to shift their own organizational cultures to higher success.
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Shawn Karol Sandy is a sales leader who hears “try another angle” when someone tells her “no”. She started wearing suits in the third grade because she liked the feeling of power it gave her while she ran “meetings” on the playground. For the record, she doesn’t recall what those meetings were about. In this podcast episode Shawn defines company culture as “the overwhelming ubiquitous mindset of the people who work there and the result of the actions they take as a result of that mindset” and recommends mastering the use of a machete to forge new paths. Her “thunderstruck” moments will inspire you.