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Find Good Help Wherever You Are (S.O.S. Podcast)

Think it’s tough finding help where you are? Try doing it in Fairbanks, AK – Mike Simard says it takes a system.

S.O.S. Podcast – Can Saying ‘No’ Be The Secret to Success?

Sometimes NOT taking a job may be the best thing for your business. This podcast is sponsored by Shop Boss.

S.O.S. Podcast – How Much Is Your Time Worth?

The most important investment you can make is in something you’ll never have enough of or ever get back.

S.O.S. Podcast – Choosing What You Need When Offered It All

There’s nothing more exciting – or intimidating – than an all-you-can eat buffet. Everything you could possibly want is waiting for you. Choose wisely and you’ll enjoy the experience- choose poorly and it will ruin your (and everyone else’s) evening. Similarly, today’s Shop Management Systems seemingly offer an often overwhelming amount of features. What’s best

S.O.S. Podcast – How Text-To-Pay Eliminates Payment Headaches

Contactless payments can make your customers comfortable – and make your finances more secure.

S.O.S. Podcast – Employee Reviews Don’t Have To Be Scary

Employee reviews can actually be beneficial to your shop’s growth. This podcast episode is presented by Protractor.

S.O.S. Podcast – Don’t Be Intimidated By Digital Inspections

DVIs provide a “team mentality” to your techs and customers. This podcast is sponsored by Shop Boss.

S.O.S Podcast- Make It Easier To Get Paid For Your Services

The SOS podcast is intended to help lessen the 3 am panic and boost confidence. This episode is presented by 360 Payments.

S.O.S. Podcast: When Setting Goals, Don’t Climb Alone

The SOS podcast helps lessen the 3 am panic and boost confidence. This episode is presented by Autoshop Solutions.

S.O.S. Podcast: What Would You Say To Your Younger Self?

Self-improvement gurus say you should have no regrets – everything you’ve done has made you the person you are today. Google “Terrible Tattoos” however, and you’ll see some things people wish they could somehow erase from their past. Most of us, as we look back on our careers, recognize things we should have done differently.