Thomas Edison said, "Genius is 1% inspiration, 99% perspiration."
This show interviews hard-working construction company owners and executives who share their wisdom, perspectives, and lessons learned from decades of experience bidding, planning, and building profitable projects. Topics include leadership, strategic planning, conflict resolution, niche identification, succession planning, talent management, business development, and business growth.
Industry expert, Eric Anderton also shares his insights about how construction company owners can increase project profit by improving communication, running productive meetings, and attracting, developing, and retaining talented leaders.
Tune in each week and get practical inspiration for how to build people, projects, and profits.
"I know of no genius but the genius of hard work." John Ruskin
Cybersecurity: Specific Strategies to Protect Your Business from Hacks, Phishing, and Fraud With Nick Espinosa
In the construction business, the engine of your economy is the technology that allows you to get the work done. With the constant risk of hacking, phishing, and fraud, your tools must always be protected by proper cybersecurity measures. If you fail to protect your data in today's easy-to-access digital world, your business could be taken down even with one swift online attack.
Join Eric Anderton as he talks to Nick Espinosa, Founder and Chief Security Fanatic of Security Fanatics. Discover why your construction business needs the highest level of cybersecurity right now. Find out how IT and cybersecurity are different, the best ways to protect your business through silos, and how to assess online risks without delay. Discover all you need to know about cybersecurity and keep your data safe at all costs!
Luck Is Not A Tactic: Navy SEAL Wisdom Applied To Construction With Peter Worhunsky And Jeremy Beal
Running your construction business like a Navy SEAL team is a great way to be successful. The principles and tactics of teamwork and leadership all apply and transfer over. You need to create a company culture that is aligned with everyone at the business. In the Navy, once you have a mission, you have to push forward so you can complete that mission. It's the same thing in the construction industry. There must be a reason why you're doing what you're doing. Join Eric Anderton as he talks to the President of Radix, Peter Worhunsky and the Chief Leadership Officer of Radix, and former Navy SEAL, Jeremy Beal. Discover how they implement SEAL team training, culture, and principles in the construction industry. Find out new tactics so you can grow your construction business today!
How To Solve Your People Problems
The construction industry is all about building relationships. To manage an effective team who can handle projects of any scope, you must know how to solve your people problems. Eric Anderton shares this bonus episode where he joins as guest at the Bred to Build Podcast. In this conversation, he shares his many interactions with construction companies to discuss how to hone effective leaders. Eric talks about the best approach to improving your recruitment process to find suitable people for your available positions. He also explains how to solve the field-to-office disconnect, maintain consistent team communication, and bridge the gap with project and people leaders.
Not Your Father's Modular…How Boxabl Seeks To Change Construction With Paolo Tiramani
Construction is essentially preindustrial, and today's guest is working on rationalizing and industrializing the construction process. The Boxabl mission is to lower the cost of homeownership for everyone significantly. Obsessively designed to the highest quality, strength, and sustainability standards to last for generations. Paolo Tiramani, CEO of Boxabl, shares his wisdom on how Boxabl seeks to change construction. He discusses the roadblocks and how Boxabl overcomes these elements, roadblocking industrialization. Learn more from Paolo as he walks us through lowering our homeownership cost.
Mergers And Acquisitions: Process, Pitfalls, And Profit With Ryan Goral
Mergers and acquisitions are by far the fastest way to achieve tremendous business growth and reach. Instead of spending years cultivating organic growth, you can acquire another company that is similar or aligns with your own. But since this process promises huge profits in the long run, it also possesses some serious pitfalls as well. Eric Anderton sits down with Ryan Goral, Founder of G-Spire Group, to present the ideal step-by-step guide that leads to a smooth-sailing mergers and acquisitions process. Ryan explains the right way to pick a target company, design a comprehensive prep plan, and integrate workplace cultures. He also talks about human emotions and the dangers they can bring to an M&A deal if not handled well.
Skip The Drive: How To Visit A Job, Anytime, Anywhere
Today’s construction industry might be a bit under innovated or not as technologically open as they should already be in the new digital age. Why is that? And why is it crucial to change this? Today, Adrian Hatch shares the crucial things contractors should let tech companies know about construction, and how to actually get them to give contractors their much-needed technology solutions. Adrian is an entrepreneur and construction technology expert that currently applies his passion in the AEC industry with mixed reality as CEO of IMAJION, a startup bringing telepresent communication to construction and solving practical problems with MR (mixed reality). Tune in and learn the most effective tools in construction and how contractors can help companies outgrow the biggest misconceptions in construction technology!
Just a quick review to say thank you very much for the great podcast. Taken as awful lot from the podcast and guests on the show. Implementing various elements and it is 100% having great results. A must listen for construction professionals
A must listen
Thoroughly enjoy listening to this show on my way to and from work. It gives a lot of ideas to aid my working life but condenses the ideas into a few really cool focal points that I can really use on a day to day basis. We all need a little help and this show provides it.