The Strongpreneur Nation Podcast: Building Uncommon Contractors


The Strongpreneur Nation Podcast is for contractors and service business owners who are committed to creating stronger businesses. Learn how to get crap done, deal with your head trash, get back your time, and build a company your customers will love.

Tom Reber from The Strongpreneur Nation Podcast shares strategies for growing successful contracting businesses by interviewing leaders from the contracting world as well as other top entrepreneurs.

You’ll hear marketing tips and tricks so you can differentiate your contracting business and stay ahead of the curve. You'll learn about the numbers, leadership principles and how to become more efficient in the field.

Get into the minds of successful contractors and entrepreneurs and learn how they approach sales, marketing, profit and people.

Build a stronger life and business by using the strategies and tactics you’ll hear from our guests.

Tom lives in Manitou Springs, Colorado with his wife of 20 years and 3 adopted kids.


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Title: TCF278: Content Is King with Eric Triplett

TCF278: Content Is King with Eric Triplett

July 6th, 2020

If you have any hope of growing your contracting business, consistently producing content to educate your potential clients is a necessity. Tom’s guest… Go to Episode

TCF277: Money or Time with Spencer Powell

June 29th, 2020

Whether you are a massive contracting company with a hundred employees or are just getting off the ground, you must be able to market your services online.… Go to Episode

EP276: Go Farther Together with Colin Toop

June 22nd, 2020

If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. Tom’s guest today is Colin Toop, the host of the Tools of the Trade podcast, where… Go to Episode

TCF275: Change to Grow with Ryan Amato

June 15th, 2020

Just like any business owner, contractors want their business to grow. With that growth, contractors are faced with many questions. Should they use employees… Go to Episode