Tom spoke with Tyson Chischillie of Nava Electric — an Army veteran and now an electrical contractor. Their discussion focuses on sales and how to use your values to stand out from the competition, as well as the lessons he learned from his military experience and applied to the business world.
In this episode, we talk about…
- Tyson’s backstory and how he ended up in the electrical contracting business
- Tyson’s struggle with his mental health
- The things he learned from the military that he applied to his business like delegation of responsibility and standing up for what you believe in.
- Raising your prices and making the sales process simple for people.
- Tyson’s advice to those who have concerns about Shin-Fu’s pre-sales qualification process
- Examples of motives that he has encountered as an electrical contractor
- Tyson’s experience using the Shin-Fu pre-qualification sales process as an electrical contractor
- Tyson’s advice for specialty contractors to niche down
- About his unique selling proposition and how he conveys it to people
- His experience at the Mile High-Profit Summit held in Denver in September
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