EMyth Team

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We share stories from our clients, coaches and team members on how to build a business that serves your life. Our posts will give you updates on our latest features, business insights and free educational content.

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The Best Employee Retention System for Your Business

Imagine what kind of workplace your business would be if your employees thought to themselves:

  • "I’m excited about my work.”
  • “This is a place where I can achieve my goals.”
  • “I feel safe. It’s okay to make a mistake, and I will learn from it.”
  • “I have some great ideas on how to improve things. I can’t wait to share them with my manager.”

Topics: Managing Employees, Company Culture, Leadership

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Client Story: Morgan Spradling

When I started Highland Cycles in 2007, I wanted to change the way people thought about the motorcycle industry. Over the years, motorcycle repair shops have lost their appeal and have earned a poor reputation. Everyone told me it would be impossible to make money in this business, but I was determined to prove them wrong. Motorcycles are such a wonderful form of recreation that teaches people about responsibility and gets them outside. I’m always preaching the “Gospel of Two Wheels”—that life is better experienced with less in your way and outside instead of in front of a screen!

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Client Story: Ravindra Yadav

My dream was to work for the best telecommunication company in India. But after a few years of working for that company, my feelings started to change. Every day I was doing the same thing, always working to get a promotion or a hike in my salary—and I was tired of it. I wanted something different so I started Harpy Core Network.

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Client Story: Ulf Mansson

When I started Lumagate in 2006, it was because I saw a great opportunity in the marketplace. No one was looking to be the best player in Microsoft technology for system management. It’s a niche, focused, industry—but I knew we could do it.

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Client Story: Daniel Caruana and Wayne Spiteri

This story was written from the perspectives of Daniel Caruana, Director and CEO, and Wayne Spiteri, COO and Head of Sales, of Danrae Waterproofing.

Our company operates throughout New South Wales, Australia, providing waterproofing and water-related repairs for new construction and remedial buildings in a variety of sectors. Our vision is to become a fully fledged service company with an expansive reach.

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Client Story: Luke Spicer

I’ve worked in the construction industry for awhile, but I wanted to offer a better experience for employees and customers. I took my passion for concrete and working hard and started Creative Concrete in 2004.

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Client Story: Mike Robirds

My business partner, Billy Kilmer, started Accu-Bore Directional Drilling in 2006. Over the course of three years, Billy and I had developed a friendship and decided that we could tackle business ownership together. In 2010, we went into business together under the Accu-Bore name.

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Client Story: Brenda Humlicek

The first day I started working for Big B’s Copies, Etc., the owner Brian put up a “Business for Sale” sign in the window. But 18 years later, here we are. We bought the company as a family-owned business in 1997. In 1998, we launched another division of our business, Busy B's Stamp and Scrapbook Studio. We do everything from printing business cards to laminating papers and designing scrapbook collections.

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Client Story: Ben Frank

My wife Joyce and I own Wildcats Hockey Club, a youth ice-hockey organization for all levels of play and ability with teams for children ranging from five to eighteen. We have kids that are just starting, to kids who are trying to pursue collegiate or professional careers.

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Client Story: Adam Goff

I had graduated and was starting my career, adjusting to a new job and city. But I realized that my free time was spent splitting and paying bills, being lonely and living with housemates I didn’t really like. I decided that I wanted to give young professionals like me a better experience of living in London so I came up with the idea of Capital Living. I found a house, started renting out rooms in it and thought, “This works, I’ll get another house and rent more.”

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