80 episodes

Born into the LBM industry, Bradley Hartmann graduated to building over 1000 homes for a national homebuilder before moving into an Area Purchasing role. He now trades those stories and insights with industry leaders in the Behind Your Back Podcast, dedicated to helping construction and LBM professionals work smarter and have more fun building America.

Behind Your Back Podcast with Bradley Hartmann Bradley Hartmann

    • Business
    • 4.9, 28 Ratings

Born into the LBM industry, Bradley Hartmann graduated to building over 1000 homes for a national homebuilder before moving into an Area Purchasing role. He now trades those stories and insights with industry leaders in the Behind Your Back Podcast, dedicated to helping construction and LBM professionals work smarter and have more fun building America.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

kbeck ,

Always a nugget here.

Love this podcast. If you're in Building Materials industry in particular its worth your time while driving from call to call. I’ve used some thing I heard on the show literally five minutes after hearing it. Good stuff. Never stop learning.

Jeff Owens - NC ,

Behind Your Back - Bradley Hartmann

Outside sales requires a lot of time being....well, outside. Hopefully anyway. Traveling from place to place, job site to job site, seeing customers and prospects and trying to create additional revenues. And profits; owners and shareholders like profits, and being on commission so do I. So why not do yourself a favor if you’re in this line of business, and listen to podcasts that WILL help you to be more successful? (Hint: “more successful” applies here not only in business, but in life in general). Behind Your Back is an awesome resource to draw from, and it’s very easy to listen to as well. Help you help you! Hey, Put. The. Phone. Down. when you’re driving. It can wait. Prioritize your time and the manner in which you spend it, all the while helping yourself, your family and your company. I highly recommend it; especially during business hours if nothing else. I’ll be the first to admit that my mind wanders from time to time when I’m tuned in; that’s why I listen to the podcasts time and again. That makes me think about my wife - when our kids were a little younger, a time when she still had a minivan and Nemo seemed like the only movie ever made to our younger kids. Even after hearing the movie play for the umpteenth time, she still picked up on something new quite often and she’d point it out to me when I was with them. The same concept applies here. The guest speakers are highly accomplished and helpful when they share what things have helped to make them successful. Bradley makes the whole “learning thing” fun and easy, even when he does the short podcasts alone. Sorry Bradley, not that they wouldn’t all be good if you had no guests. Because they might. Probably, I’m pretty sure. In closing, just check it out, I’m thinking you’ll be glad you did.
By the way, just a self represented disclaimer: this has been an unpaid endorsement from an everyday guy in doing the same thing many of you do each and every day.....just not in my town. Stay out of my town, especially if you do start listening to these podcasts. I’m on commission, remember?

Jim Sobeck ,

Great info every episode

Every one of these podcasts brings great info you can learn from and they are also fun to listen to. Bradley is a great interviewer and keeps the pace fast. I look forward to each one.

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