Center Collision – Training and Consulting Program Review

Center-CollisionResults from the Management Success! Program

“Before the program I was unorganized with no accountability as I did not have any clear cut expectations from my business. That’s been a big thing. I was overwhelmed. There were so many things I had to do to get this business going. Without any kind of an outline or goal in sight I felt like I was wandering aimlessly.

“I got the mailer and I read through it. I realized the things it suggested on there, like how many hours/week are you working? Do you take vacations? Is the business running you? Do you have questions about employees and production? Every single thing I read I’m thinking, I’m totally getting an ‘F’ here. I realized that I needed some assistance. I was a decent enough tech, could keep myself busy doing that and I really didn’t know beans about a business. That’s where my real weakness was. If I had money in my account – things are good, if I didn’t – things weren’t good. Where did the money come from? What percentage did I get to keep? I had no idea.

“The biggest gain is we’ve become an organized shop and we understand what the real goals are in running a business. We have a direction where we’re headed. I never thought I could get to the level where I didn’t have to work in the shop anymore. I didn’t have any idea. But they told me how to do it and I was able to do it. It just seemed natural. I’ve got a whole new life. I can actually make money now without being present all the time.”

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Management Success! is the largest independent automotive shop owner training, automotive business management consulting and auto repair shop owner coaching company in the country. We do one thing exceptionally well: We increase the profits of auto shops.

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