Tell It Like It Is and Still Build a Booming Business with Chick-Fil-A Franchisee Mark Nichols
"If we can make our young people successful, then we’re successful." Let's tackle burnout as a business owner, having the best employee relationships, and building an amazing leadership system with Mark Nichols, Chick-Fil-A Franchisee. This episode is chock-full of amazing wisdom on employee systems from the best in the business.
Join Big A and Wally as they interview Nichols about his transition from working the day-to-day operations when he realized he was getting sucked into this never-ending cycle. He goes deep into what it looks like to be a leader and drive the future of the business forward, giving hot tips on how to expect much of your team while balancing real friendships with them.
- When is it time to stop working IN the business and instead work ON the business?
- How to have the best working and personal relationships with your employees and those under you in positions of leadership.
- Why trust is ESSENTIAL to have a leadership system that works both for you and for your workers.
- How do we maintain a level of accountability with those employees that you build friendships with?
Connect with Big A and Wally:
View From The Top Website: https://www.viewfromthetop.com/
The Climb Newsletter: https://www.viewfromthetop.com/climb
Big A’s Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaronwalkerviewfromthetop/
Wally’s Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevinwallenbeck/
View From The Top Book by Aaron Walker: https://a.co/d/gU9EDBa
Am I Real Resource: https://www.viewfromthetop.com/amireal
More about Mark:
"My wife, Jennifer and I have been married for 37 years and have three boys, Brad (Holly), Wes (Karla) and Trey as well as 4 wonderful grandchildren. I am a born-again Jesus-follower who enjoys my spending time with grandkids, fishing, the mountains, friends and playing tournament poker. I am a Franchise Owner with Chick-fil-A, operating two free-standing locations as well as owning commercial and residential rental real estate. I started working at Chick-fil-A as a team member for $3.50 an hour as a teenager."