Episode 134



The MSP Business School Team

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About This Episode

In this episode, our hosts, Brian, Rob, and Tim, will share their favorite guests and clips from our 2022 podcast selection.

05:45 – Jim began by saying that the majority of MSPs don’t realize when a bad actor is actually coming in with authentic credentials from somewhere they aren’t supposed to unless they are monitoring. Therefore, it is crucial that we keep informed of what occurs.

12:01 – Kipp notes that while there are numerous distinct evolutionary programs, the owner’s program’s flagship is actually centered upon four planes. It is your strategy, as well as your life plan, and it is your personal and business legacy plan. Therefore, your life plan is “What are your one-year goals? What do you want, exactly, since it’s only a one-year team goal?”

14:57 – Brian claims that Derek’s clip is a fantastic episode since it will be the clip we share with you after you have listened to a journey.

15:40 – Derek shares his journey. He started looking for work but was turned down because of his lack of qualifications. He had applied to work as an installer, was using a headhunter, and had once been interviewed at Sprint for a position that sounded absolutely awful: database administrator for reporting, and creating reports for executives. But in the end, wanting a job with the least amount of responsibility.

19:24 – Robb claims that Vince’s clip is his favorite episode because it was about how he felt about an anchor and how to deal with anchor network problems, and since Vince is a peer group facilitator and had so many smart things to say.

24:15 – Tim thinks that too many individuals do things well and likes the idea of not placing a lot of emphasis on the income standpoint. They place a lot of emphasis on the revenue generated by each client. You should be evaluated to determine if these are the proper people for you and if they are real.

24:36 – Brian said there are a lot of other variables you can consider besides just pure income and when you start growing to the level where you are at. He always looks at those plans to make sure they aren’t overlooking those clients in the middle of the stack. That is also prepared for ascent.

27:27 – According to Rob Rae, it is simple to predict that, at some point, any organization, regardless of location or size, will find that having in-house IT personnel is no longer necessary. This may be the case in order to protect internal infrastructure, but as far as anything that is coming from the outside, things are moving too quickly.

34:50 – Robb’s query is answered by John. It’s always preferable to attempt and change a connection or get it moving in the proper manner when you’re in that position. This is why we always give 110% effort to say when we’re in that position.

40:30 – Abe states that there is so much competition that he has a merger of equal platforms that will be completed soon and he increasingly sees a competitive advantage to call potential clients and informing them that he has sixty-five nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) from all of these buyers for this assignment, which will encourage serious bids from prospective buyers.

45:56 – Brian thanks all of the listeners for their support as he wraps up the podcast.


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