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Ed Attanasio

Ed Attanasio is an automotive journalist based in San Francisco. Ed enjoys sports of all kinds and is a part time stand-up comedian.

 

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Monday, 08 March 2021 09:26

Rick Selover Paints a Positive Picture on a Podcast for Shop Owners/Managers

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Industry veteran Rick Selover produces a weekly podcast, "The Mind Wrench," to help shop owners/managers be better leaders. Industry veteran Rick Selover produces a weekly podcast, "The Mind Wrench," to help shop owners/managers be better leaders.

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...your booth is a big source of revenue, so you should treat it like a new car instead of an old clunker.”

 

Gradually and organically, Selover is building an audience of folks from all over the country who want to get a little mind-wrenching.

 

“I have been getting feedback about the show from people whose opinions I respect and they are telling me that I’m on the right track and they love my message," Selover said. "Recently, one shop owner reached out to me after one episode and asked me to be his life coach. I am promoting the show through my social media and that’s about it. If my message can resonate with just one person during one episode, then mission accomplished.”

 

When Selover isn’t busy serving and sharing his knowledge, he enjoys time outside in nature, golfing, traveling to new destinations---anywhere that has palm trees---reading inspirational and educational books and listening to a variety of music. He has used his own techniques and approaches to living to enhance both his personal and professional life, so he knows they work.

 

His podcast hasn’t made him any money or brought him fame quite yet, but Selover is in this for the long run, he said.

 

“I have accumulated a lot of ideas and now I am so happy to be communicating them to shop owners and managers. If it turns into an income, that’s nice---but my ultimate goal is to help others. I have been a servant leader for many years, and now I realize that this has been my mission the whole time---to serve at a higher level.”

 

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