140 episodes

The Construction Leading Edge is a one stop shop for contracting professionals who want to be more effective entrepreneurs and leaders. Business owners, managers, project executives, project managers, and field leaders will all benefit from the interviews, resources, tools, and tips offered.

The Construction Leading Edge Podcast Todd Dawalt

    • Entrepreneurship
    • 5.0, 8 Ratings

The Construction Leading Edge is a one stop shop for contracting professionals who want to be more effective entrepreneurs and leaders. Business owners, managers, project executives, project managers, and field leaders will all benefit from the interviews, resources, tools, and tips offered.

    #172: How Real Estate Deals Get Financed with Michael Berke

    #172: How Real Estate Deals Get Financed with Michael Berke

    Want to develop your own projects or just learn how real estate deals get financed? Builder CFO Michael Berke explains.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    #171: Growing a Drywall Business a Second Time with Mike McCallum

    #171: Growing a Drywall Business a Second Time with Mike McCallum

    Learn from the mistakes Mike McCallum made the first time he started his drywall business, and the adjustments he made the second time around.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    #170: Leadership and Business Lessons from Retired Army General Larry Harrington

    #170: Leadership and Business Lessons from Retired Army General Larry Harrington

    Leadership and business lessons from a retired Army General now running a construction business. Don't miss this one.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    #169: Create Your Own Economic Stimulus Package with Jeff Heet

    #169: Create Your Own Economic Stimulus Package with Jeff Heet

    What if you could create your own economic stimulus package and get a refund on your worker's comp policy?

    • 43 min
    #168: Build Your Brand & Get Out of Your Comfort Zone with Tom Reber

    #168: Build Your Brand & Get Out of Your Comfort Zone with Tom Reber

    Time is the fuel for fear. How to get out of your comfort zone. Questions you should be asking when you sell. Tom Reber from The Contractor Fight...

    • 1 hr 3 min
    #167: The Definition of Persistence with Kelly Hollatz

    #167: The Definition of Persistence with Kelly Hollatz

    When Kelly Hollatz left her corporate event planning career to start a construction safety business, she was turned down by every bank she met with.  What lessons from beauty pageants kept her going? What does she mean "the weak weed themselves out of her team?"

    • 1 hr 18 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Andrew Beanland ,

Opened my eyes

Hi Todd, I'm sitting here just in awe from listening to one of your podcasts. This was episode 13 where you shared your personal experiences and went so in depth about what you need to be a leader.
I just had to write this review because it really opened my eyes to what actually makes you lead and how the only way I can do that is to put other people's needs above your own, and to lead by creating an example, starting with yourself. I can't put it in words as well as you did and so I really can't thank you enough for changing my life, and for giving me a different outlook. Thanks again Todd and keep up the great content. I'm sure there are countless other people who haven't written a review but must feel the same way as I do about the valuable knowledge you give out. Big ups man!

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