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Don't be Poor, Why Education is Worth More than Entertainment.

Like most of my business influences, Alex Hormozi does not mince words.

His latest quote,

"How to not be poor: value education over entertainment,"

is a pointed observation that should go down in business history.

This is especially relevant for roofing CEOs who are tasked with making decisions that often affect their company's financial future.

The roofing industry is one of the most competitive industries in the world, and requires a well-educated staff that can keep up with the rapidly changing industry trends. Educated workers are essential for any thriving roofing business, but they need to be given the opportunity to further their education in order to remain competitive in the market.

The importance of education should never be underestimated when it comes to running a successful roofing company. Education allows professionals to stay ahead of their competition by learning the latest methods, technologies, and materials available. In addition, it helps promote more efficient processes and increases customer satisfaction by providing better quality workmanship.

Aside from financial benefits, investing in education provides employees with an increased sense of confidence and motivation on the job. It also serves as an important platform for employees to develop new skills which can help move their careers forward. In other words, investing in education isn't just good for your company; it's good for your employees as well! When running a roofing business, it is easy to get caught up in the day-to-day tasks and forget about what really matters: your staff’s knowledge base and professional development.

That's why one of Alex Hormozi's best pieces of advice is to value education over entertainment; this simple act can make all the difference when it comes to long-term success or failure of your company.

As a leader in the roofing industry and a successful entrepreneur myself, I know firsthand how important investment in employee education is for success. I strongly encourage every CEO running a roofing business – from large corporations down to mom-and-pop operations – to invest time and resources into employee development programs that focus on ongoing learning opportunities such as seminars or webinars which will not only provide tangible benefits but also cultivate an overall culture of learning within their workplace.

The results will show through increased productivity, customer satisfaction rates and overall financial growth at the end of each year!

Thought Excersize =: How Can Investing in Education help your business Later?

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