My Profile | Network In Action
  • Basic Information

  • Company
    Fuse Energy
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  • What is your "why"? Why do you do what you do?
    I like meeting new people and learning about them and what they do. In my business, I have the opportunity to meet new people almost daily. No two days are the same. Building trust and creating relationships is how I build my business
  • About me
    Work hard and play harder. I love what I do, I am good at serving others and I Like to have fun.
    I have been in the "energy" industry for 15 years. It has changed a lot in that time. Having the ability to make a positive impact on an organization makes the hard work worth the time I put into each company I work with
  • Profession
    Energy Advisor
  • Title
    Energy Advisor and Managing Partner
  • Hobbies and interest
    I like archery and compete in target archery often. I took up disc golf in 2020 and try to get out weekly. I volunteer at Ronald McDonald house once a month and make dinner for the families staying there while their children receive Treatments.
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  • Describe your perfect referral
    The decision maker for a company that is concerned about its energy expenses and wants to reduce the company's expenses

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  • Country
    United States
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  • Education

  • College / University
    University pf Phoenix
  • Graduation Year
  • Qualifying Questions: What are three questions we can ask clients to help pave the way for a referral? List them here.
    When was the last time they reviewed the utility bills to ensure they were not overcharged?
    Does the company have Sustainability goals?
    Would the company be interested in a utility bill review and Energy expense assessment at no charge? The utility companies pay for my service.
  • Describe How You Would Like To Be Introduced Via Email
    I'd like you tom meet Tom. He helps companies control their energy costs and reduce usage. He works to find utility and state incentives to cover all the costs. There is no cost to the organization; the average savings is a 12% expense reduction on electricity and natural gas.