Stick Like Glue Radio #194 On this special episode of Stick Like Glue Radio, I interview serial entrepreneur Mike Agugliaro. Mike is o-owner of New Jersey’s largest and respected home services company, Gold Medal Service, and also the founder of the CEO Warrior program. Don’t miss this powerful show!
Stick Like Glue Radio #194: Pillars of Business Mastery – Mike Agugliaro
On this special episode of Stick Like Glue Radio, I interview serial entrepreneur Mike Agugliaro. Mike is co-owner of New Jersey’s largest and respected home services company, Gold Medal Service, and also the founder of the CEO Warrior program. Don’t miss this powerful show!
Main Questions Asked:
Talk about mastering mindset.
Did a lot of your confidence come from martial arts?
Did you have a success mindset early in business, or did it develop recently?
How does critical alignment work with someone who has a staff?
How do you use critical alignment in Gold Medal Services?
Key Lessons Learned:
Mike figured out his brain would do what he told it, over and over.
The big problem with helping people go to the next level is that people are looking for more knowledge.
Until you have your mindset aligned, prepared, and convinced that change will be easy, you won’t be ready to consume more information.
Once you identify the mindset, you stand the ultimate chance to win.
The Paradigm Shift
You can become disempowered, or you can use any experience, good or bad, and create empowerment.
This can be a painful process if you look decades into the future, and can force you to make a decision.
This is a missing piece in communication in general.
A lot of relationships, both personal and in business, struggle due to the lack of alignment.
You can’t have alignment until you have clarity on what and when you will do things.
Without alignment, you can never hold someone truly accountable to an outcome.
Every person at the company needs to know the target in order to be able to row in the same direction.
Profit, growth, and expansion are a given, but to what level?
Accountability creates a culture and a mindset inside a company where average is not acceptable.
If you are accountable, then you need clarity on what one expects and when and how one knows if one is winning or losing.
If conversations aren’t had, it’s easy for people to misread winning or losing.
Hire people who love to be held accountable for delivering the best performance every day.
Communication is Clarity and Alignment
When someone says there isn’t enough communication, they often mean that there isn’t enough clarity and alignment between departments.