Samuel Strauch was asked what are some core principles that his company is founded upon. Mr. Strauch says that he views his company as more than a real estate development firm. To him, it is also a way of giving back to the community and to be socially responsible. He states that a core principle of Metrik is that the company should always try to improve the neighborhoods where they are currently investing in, acquiring or developing a property. Supporting local charities and organizations is another key hall mark that Metrik Real Estate takes very seriously and his Website.
Employee satisfaction and happiness is also a critical aspect of working at Metrik Real Estate. He says that he goes the extra mile to try and make employees happy and feel good at work. This inevitably raises productivity and morale which benefits the company and customers. When going into business deals, Samuel Strauch always tries to think of win-win situations that leave the customer, vendor, community, other stakeholders, middleman and himself better off. If everybody has an incentive in a business deal, then that deal should be much better off than when a few stakeholders lack any incentive at all. Mr. Strauch believes that by abiding by these principles he can lead a successful company with happy employees that will have a positive impact on the community and more information click here.
Interview.net inquired if Metrik Real Estate has a secret to success that they are willing to share. Samuel Strauch says that his company’s success depends heavily on referrals. With an excellent reputation, customers are confident that they can work with Metrik as a buyer, seller or business partner. Clients and partners also see the strength that Metrik Real Estate has in dealing with market fluctuations and new technology. This further attracts customers and helps business at the firm and Samuel on Facebook.
Next, Samuel Strauch was asked if he could go back and change something, what is it he would change from a business perspective. Samuel Strauch answered frankly that one of his biggest mistakes in business early on was putting too much trust in certain people. Eventually he learned to be a little more skeptical of the people who he worked with. Naivety aside, Strauch says that mistakes are excellent learning opportunities and should be seen as a way of growing in business and Samuel’s lacrosse camp.
One of the last questions asked of Mr. Strauch was about a book that he thinks exemplifies his business philosophy. His answer was that the book called 100 Years of Solitude is an excellent book about using the power of the imagination at work. It is a great way to learn about and develop creativity and what Samuel knows.