Ontario Appliance Repair Company Recruits Themselves

Inspired by our blog at Bob Allen, an appliance repair company in Ontario has reached out to show their gratitude. This is a story about how, during a pandemic, an appliance repair company recruited themselves to take action and innovate, staying on top of the game.

If you don’t know what we mean by “recruit yourself” then check out our page dedicated to explaining what that means in the menu above. Also, this post can give some insight, as will most of the posts on our blog. But, essentially, recruiting yourself means motivating yourself without the support of an external factor. It’s something you do for yourself because you want to.

In Kingston, Ontario, Canada, a local appliance repair company did just that. Despite the pandemic, they’ve been working hard to keep their business afloat, and it’s all because they were inspired by our lesson. Email correspondence between me and and this amazing company has revealed some of things this appliance repair company has done to stay afloat, and we’ll share them now with the hope of inspiring other small businesses around the world.

5 Things this Appliance Repair Company Did to Recruit Themselves

  1. Refused to lay off workers
  2. Upgraded their vehicles
  3. Made a new logo for their company
  4. Upgraded their company website
  5. Reduced their prices to promote local business

These five things together has been enough to keep the business afloat during the pandemic, and they continue to work hard everyday. An inspiring story indeed, especially as other appliance repair companies in their area had to lay off most of their workers and are essentially temporarily closed.

So if you run a similar business and fear closing then try the 5 things that this appliance repair Kingston Ontario company did to stay afloat. I’m very proud of these Canadians for spreading motivation. We may have inspired them, but now they’re inspiring us with their effort, and we’re so grateful they reached out to us. In fact, we’re honored.

Now, if you didn’t know what “recruiting yourself” meant before then it should be obvious now. Out there, not everyone is using this pandemic as an excuse to be lazy. There’s much oppurtunity out there. You just got to reach for it, like our friends in Ontario have done. Never give up, keep working hard and innovate to stay afloat.

If these guys can do it, then you can too! And you don’t need any good luck. All you need to do is recruit yourself, because no one else is going to do it for you. Let’s do this!