A Message From Chris Manack…..
It is my sincere hope that you have joined the United Assemblers Network with an open mind, and checked your pride and ego at the door, otherwise, you will not gain the network’s wealth of information to grow your business, and be more successful and profitable. Remember, “there is no shame in not having all the answers, the shame falls in not asking the questions to get the answers you are seeking.”
I have presented a great amount of information on this site that you will be able to utilize in your profession and businesses. There is so much to absorb and digest, and that is why I will be continuing to add and revise the content here, so that you will have it as a reference guide for either constructing a new business from scratch, or remodeling your existing business with a whole new perspective and business model.
We can all learn from our mistakes and our own growth in business. To not change with the environment and business climate is to remain stagnant or worse yet, take a backward motion. Through the years, I have seen so many good technicians who were not good business people, that failed to move forward. They kept doing the same things, that is, making bad business decisions over and over again, expecting a different result that never materialized. Do not be one of these individuals!
This is why it is vitally important that you approach the information presented to you on this technician’s website, as well as the emails that I send you on a regular basis with an open mind and swallow your pride and ego. If you can do these things, this information will most certainly aid and assist you in realizing your dreams and ambitions, and one day, you will look back on this time in your personal business history and ask, “Why didn’t I do these things sooner?” It is never too late to learn and attempt new avenues for success.
There are certain aspects that you must understand if you want to get the most out of this network and what it has to offer. Please understand that there is a very real difference between hearing and listening. Hearing is a physical action where the ear receives the sound and the brain can acknowledge it. Listening is the ability to absorb the sound the ear receives and learn from the information that is received, and apply the new found knowledge in a positive manner. Know the difference and you will accomplish great things from having participated in the UAN.
Just as hearing and listening are so very different in nature, so is seeing and observing. Our eyes see things, which the brain can interpret, and take for granted. Observing is the ability to take what is seen, absorb the information received, make an assessment, and react accordingly in a way that has the most impact. Make the most of what you have observed. This is what the United Assemblers network is all about….camaraderie, teamwork, sharing of experiences, land earning from each other in order to see the differences you can make in your life, both personally and professionally.
If you can truly approach the concept presented here and within the network,learn its lessons, having mastered the ability to listen and observe, I can promise you that you will accomplish things in your markets that were heretofore unthinkable.
Why am I so sure you will succeed with the tools I have presented here? The answer is very simple, I am living proof that these systems work, and I have honed them to a fine art and science! Believe me, I learned many of the same techniques you are about to implement, from a great friend, business partner, mentor, and skilled technician by the name of Mike Mehrle, Founder of the United Assemblers Network. I would not be the professional technician today, and owner/operator of a successful and growing business had it not been for the fact that I listened to Mike and observed what he did….then took my skills to an even higher level, in concert with my business background of nearly 40 years. His tutelage was invaluable to me, and I am proud to now be the Owner and President of The Network he created, the UAN!
If you want to achieve great things in your business the way I have, don’t feel it is shameful to not have all the answers…..inquire of those who know more than you about certain skill sets, and learn from others. The sooner you can do these things in your business, and in life, the sooner you will enjoy success and prosperity. You will truly be an “independent contractor” and seriously be in control of your own destiny, and not having it be directed or controlled by someone else.
Now, go forth with this information you have taken away from the network and others, and make yourselves the successful business people I know you can be. Make your competition envious of you, and wonder how you are getting things done the way you are!
Best of luck in all you do…here’s to your success!
UAN Owner & President
Precision Assembly & Repair Technologies
“The Savvy Tech”