Member Since: 29th Nov 2018
A native of Western Australia, Regan Udy owns and operates the Metropolitan Perth franchise of Supercheap Storage; which won an award for best storage business in the territory.
Having graduated from Perth Grammar School with a certificate in accounting and being an experienced businessman, he lives by the ‘one man, one life’ philosophy.
When he’s not busy running his business, Regan spends time with his wife and friends living it up in the great outdoors. Aside from traveling around and exploring what the Australian Outback has to offer, they avidly participate in numerous exciting activities that include skydiving, boating, running, traveling around the region and parts of SE Asia, trying unusual foods and generally kicking up a good time.
The success of Supercheap Storage has grown steadily since it first started in Sydney in 2008 and Regan’s recently opened Perth facility is no exception.
Supercheap Storage Perth
14th Mar 2019
Humans react according to what is in store for them. Hence, the bigger the reward, the bigger the work that will be put in by the workers. In order to obtain the best performance from them, it is always a good practice to first reward them and let them take their own initiative to make their work sincere and honest.
28th Jan 2019
From a general overview, it does make sense that having too high of an IQ might cause a leader to somehow communicate less successfully with its peers with a much lower IQ. This isn't just about due intelligence but it is the frequency level of communication between the two. People having an IQ within a similar range would generally be able to understand one another better.
15th Jan 2019
As a business owner myself, I try to make sure that whatever I'm asking my employees in the self storage facility to do, it's something that I would be glad to do myself! Providing service to the customers, helping them call their mobile storage pods out and even walking with them to scope out their storage units in person... It's all about being down to the ground!
29th Nov 2018
It is natural for employees from various grades to be lacking of skills as they progress at their workplace year after year. This is because services advance which means that skillsets need to follow suit. If there is no parallel follow-ups, then a major lag could be seen between employees and their individual skills. The huge falling behind could cause major adverse impact on the whole business operation if not monitored closely.