Feb 24, 2021
Big Stud Podcast- Episode 73
In this episode, Mike discusses how some business owners miss the power of social networking, and the importance of being active and engaging
Personal development can have negative connotations, but without it can hold yourself back by not being the best version of yourself.
Guest Luke Marcotte owner of Elektrk—an electrical contracting company our of Michigan discusses how he built his company at such young age.
He started in 2014, obtained LLC in 2017. He began building out the company at age 16. He would ave around 25% of his paycheck to buy tools, so that he’d have the funds to create his business.
He networked heavily to build out his client base; now he has 2 locations and 8 employees. He's looking to grow further by the end of the year.
He attributes a lot of his growth to social media, and is always active and creating engaging content.
Luke also belongs to several personal development groups; reads books and will spend around 6 figures on development this year.
His goal is to be a billion-dollar company with offices across the country.
Some additional background to where Luke began: He learned from entrepreneurs in his life; his parents, and more solely, his friend's Dad. He mentored him and instilled work ethic at a young age, as well as the importance of learning a trade.
Regarding his social media, he has focused more on his personal page to build trust, and grow outside of the electrical business.
Closing thoughts and advice—if you’re not scared you’re not doing the right thing.
You have to take a step before you’re ready.
If you don’t take action, the world can’t pay you back.
There is more to life than just being comfortable.
Follow Luke Instagram: @lukemarcotte