Josh Niehaus moved to California with $100 dollars in his pocket in 2008. His only options were to grow or to give up. In 2009, he joined The Elite Group Termite division. This division was on the verge of shutting its doors after the recent market collapse. Josh implemented changes in the system and daily routines of the employees. In 6 months, the production increased 400 percent and Josh was promoted to Manager of the whole division at age 23. He currently is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Elite Group. The company has grown an average of 22% annually with his leadership. His focus is to share ideas that work with agents to help grow their business.
On this episode:
Stacey is joined by business development professional Josh Niehaus for a conversation on staying on course during the tough times, maintaining a positive outlook, and setting your foundation.
-Consistency is a mindset.
-Surround yourself with people who elevate you.
-Your foundation should be rooted in your confidence as a professional.
"I made 100 cold calls everyday. On average I'd get 2 people to say yes. We took that sales route from 4000 dollars to 22,000. I knew nothing about sales, my motivation was to not have to eat potatoes everyday." -Josh Niehaus
"A strong mindset alone will not get you to success... we need to take action as well." -Stacey O'Byrne
"We're all selling something. " - Josh Niehaus
"As business people we do 1 thing wrong and 10 people will hear about it... by contrast we have to do 10 things right for 1 person to hear about it." -Stacey O'Byrne
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