A weekly podcast for people who work in the Trades and Construction, that aren't just trying to survive, but have the ambition and desire to thrive.
Bucket Talk Recap
Tune in as Eric and Jeremy take a deep dive into the origins of Bucket Talk, and preview what's to come in Season 3.
Brian Way started his entrepreneurial journey in the trades at just 15 years old. From creating a lane for himself in carpentry to going bankrupt and the rebound that brought him to where he is today, don't miss this exciting dive into how Brian found immense success in a very niche category
A quick glance at Russell Joes instagram, and you’ll get a pretty clear picture of just how challenging his work in sewer and drain maintenance can be. But even before he launched his business, Quality Sewer and Drain, Russ was no stranger to the daily grind. With years of experience working every job from a car dealership's back office to shifts as a train conductor, he set out to build his own business from the ground up. With no prior experience in business, his first couple years were a challenge, and with 0 leads and 0 jobs for days he was starting to hit rock bottom. Tune into how Russ flipped the script and turned Quality Sewer and Drain to the continuously growing success that it is today.
Do you have what it takes to be a professional framer? From understanding how seismic activity plays a role in structural integrity to keeping up with industry innovations, listen in as Tim Uhler walks us through his experience in framing and how he got his start.
Most people expect trades people to have always loved their trade. While this may be the case for some, for Lucas Jablonski it wasn't always so romantic. The now co-founder of the highly successful Lighthouse Woodworks, Lucas's story is full of layers. Listen in as Eric gets the full scoop on how Lucas found his stride in the trades and what spawned the foundation of Lighthouse Woodworks.
For Roy Scott, refurbishing axes started out as a hobby. Collecting old axes from thrift stores, friends, and watching YouTube tutorials he slowly began to master the art of restoring old axes. It wasn't until a few years later when he found himself at a crossroads that he decided to launch this hobby into a full on career. Tune into how Roy built out a name for himself in this niche category.
These guys really know their stuff. Worth a listen if you’re looking for something to listen to!
Honest valuable lessons shared from across the industry
Just listened to the Outdoor Pride episode and love the lessons and advice that are shared in an honest way. Listen and learn. Great episode
Not just for the trade ...
Great conversation between the hosts — real insight into building any career, taking and providing mentorship, achieving mastery. Will be a long time BucketTalk listener!