When I met DIY Network personality Kayleen McCabe, I knew I needed to connect with her to learn more about her passion for trade careers.
I always look for “aces in places,” people at the top of their fields who I can learn from. That has been one of the keys to my success as an entrepreneur over the years — I proactively reach out to others to open my eyes to things I wouldn’t have thought of on my own and inspire new ideas. Bringing together people with different expertise and perspectives can only result in the best ideas coming together to create superior results.
Kayleen is at the top of her game, and I walk away from every conversation with her with new insights. Because I respect and admire her opinion so much, I brought her to The Point at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, on March 19 to take a look at the prototype of Affinity Tool’s new Bora All-Terrain Sawhorse.
I won’t lie, I was almost giddy when she said,
“This is so easy to use! I have needed this at so many work sites over the years, and now it’s here!”
Not only was she impressed with the prototype, she was also impressed with the process. By tapping into the fresh ideas and perspectives of the students in the Engineering Department at my alma mater, I ensured that the sawhorse will be a forward-thinking, game-changing product.
With Kayleen’s stamp of approval, I know this product is something that tradespeople need to make their jobs easier. Once the new Bora All-Terrain Sawhorse is on the market, you’ll find it on Kayleen’s worksites across the country.
About Kayleen McCabe
Think construction is a guys-only field? Think again! Licensed contractor Kayleen McCabe has been swinging hammers and toting tool belts since the ripe age of six, when she shadowed her dad’s overhaul of their Denver home. In 2009 she beat dozens of male competitors Stud Finder to win her own series.
For five seasons, DIY Network’s Rescue Renovation showcased Kayleen’s skills and wit as she swept in and saved almost 100 ill-fated home renovations — from an NFL running back’s kitchen to a coalmine-turned-man-cave.
Kayleen is an ardent advocate of trade careers and education, long seen as inferior to traditional four-year college degrees and white-collar jobs. Her goal is to shed light on the rising demand for trade professionals that’s outpacing vocational training – and to help restore America’s respect for the trades in the process.
Follow her on Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn, and check out KayleenMcCabe.com.
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