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Interview With Phil DePaul

BoomZeal: Making Property Management More Manageable

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Hi, and welcome to the show!

On today’s show I have the pleasure of welcoming entrepreneur Phil DePaul to talk about how BoomZeal Enterprises makes maintenance more manageable. We also take a deep dive into the operations of the business and how values, customer service, teamwork and leadership play an important role in the future growth of the business.

Driven by a thirst for knowledge, Phil pursued his academic journey with unwavering determination. He earned his Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Wagner College, but minors in Mathematics and Economics spoke more to his natural talents. Phil likes to say he earned his "MBA" by working, without boundaries, inside of someone else's business. A penchant for self-development and learning lessons both directly and through the failures and triumphs of others has been his rocket fuel.

Born and raised in Staten Island and now located on Long Island, NY, Phil was raised in an environment of hard work, resilience and nurtured curiosity. Displaying signs of an entrepreneurial spirit from a young age, he exhibited a fascination with competition powered by an internal drive to go deep, starting with a successful e-commerce website from 1998-2004.

Phil is a visionary leader who is relentless in his pursuit to reshape the nature of property management. With an indomitable spirit and an insatiable thirst for growth, Phil stands at the helm of BoomZeal Enterprises, a local Long Island, NY organization that is leading the way in high quality maintenance services.

To learn more about the topics discussed, or to contact Phil and the Boom Zeal team directly, click the link below.

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