MY FAVORITE PERSON
A Podcast by the Manufactured Housing Institute of South Carolina
Getting assigned to the worst store in the nation. From volunteer to manager. Retail centers reflect the personality of the manager.
What people in our industry have in common. Praying the Prayer of Jabez. The most interesting dealers.
Clayton and Mark talk about elk romance then interview Bruce Kelly. Topics: Predicting who is going to jail. The connection between the way we pay and the quality of our salespeople. Back when we had lots more dealerships: good or bad for the industry
Spec houses and subdivisions. Selling in two states. Getting a license in SC compared to GA
Managing a dealership with 40 employees. Running into past buyers at the grocery store. A good google review is the ultimate goal.
MHISC’s newest staffer. Growing up in a shotgun house. Okay, alright, great.
Why being a dealer is better than being a GM. Working with your wife. Starting a new business at 67.
Million dollar GMs. Coaching Division I recruits. The more you love them, the harder you can push them. Getting a Masters Degree from Duke.
Riding around playing golf for a year. It’s a wonder we didn’t get fired. An offer you can’t refuse. Hiding 100 homes for three months. “Congratulations. Don’t ever do that again.”
Dancing on the tables. The night nobody listened. The bigger they are, the harder they fall.
Joanne Polston, Ronnie Boyce, Roscoe Still, and Robert Rizzetta tell stories about Big Al.
Why Mitch’s dad didn’t want to hire him. Living in a pretty good spot. Getting less moody. Playing the fastest-growing sport in America.