Dominic Rubino, business coach and fellow podcaster from the Cabinet Maker Profit System, joins us on the Art of Construction to share tips to grow your business.
Dominic is a successful entrepreneur who has started and sold several companies. Now he is a professional business consultant for woodworkers, helping people who own their own business to work smarter, not harder. Consider the Cabinet Maker Profit System another tool in your toolbox to grow your business, especially for those in the woodworking trades.
Dominic works with Woodworking Tradespeople like Architectural Woodworkers, Cabinet Makers, Furniture Makers, and Joiners. Through his blog, articles, podcast, and videos you’ll learn the business improvement tricks that Dominic has been teaching other shop owners for almost two decades… How to work less and earn more.
Where do you live? I live in Vancouver, Canada with my wife and two fantastic kids. We have a couple of goldfish; one is called Goldie the other is called Captain Kersploosh – oh and my son has a bearded dragon named Blueberry.
Why are you doing this? I started the Cabinet Maker Profit System community because I’ve had trades clients like you for over 18 years. Last year alone, I spoke for AWMAC twice and logged over 150 hours of 1 on 1 coaching conversations.
Tell me about you personally. I’m definitely a family guy. When I’m not working, I’m hanging out with them. My kids are competitive swimmers and that keeps us at the pool every night of the week. If you want to see my TED talk on this, it’s on my FaceBook and YouTube channels
What’s your plan for CabinetMakerProfitSystem.com? Educating Woodworkers who build Cabinets and Furniture on how to work smarter, not just harder.
Tell me something else about you. I’m also an active member of EO- the Entrepreneurs Organization. Some of you might be in that group as well. If so, please reach out and say Hi. Within EO I’m involved with the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards.
Anything else? Yes, I love fishing, especially fly-fishing. And I suck at it. But I still love it.