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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.
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Look at today’s biggest news story, and there’s a leadership lesson behind the headline. That’s what hosts Greg Moran and Maureen Metcalf see. Every Monday, they dig deep to uncover the leadership perspective in a top story from the last week. Discover how the news affects your leadership so you, too, will always be on the leading edge!
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Move into your greatness and discover your parenting power. Fall in love with your children over and over as you release resistance by embracing traditional wisdom aligned with leading edge thinking. Join us as dreams of loving abundantly are transformed into joyful reality! Previous Guests include Bernie Siegel, Naomi Aldort, and Veronica De Andres. Another Great Show through the Law of Attraction Radio Network.
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Welcome to The Awakened Goddess show, your source for inspiration, wisdom and personal discovery. The place to learn from a diverse mix of mentors, metaphysical experts, spiritual leaders, and bestselling authors from around the world. I’m Angela Wilkinson, Attraction Coach & Founder of The Goddess Next Door. Join me, as I explore the minds of my masterful guests while they share powerful insights and easy to use tools you can start using right away. Music used during all episodes: Dance of ...
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EPISODE 340: Is your business prepared for the unexpected? Many small business owners don’t have a plan for business continuity in case of death or disability. They never thought that by neglecting this crucial aspect of their business, they risk depriving their families and employees of a secure future. In this week’s episode, we’ve invited experi…
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EPISODE 339: Have you ever wondered what it’s like to step into the construction industry as a woman and not just survive but thrive? Women make up only about 11% of the construction industry. More often than not, they have to prove themselves to be taken seriously. But women bring much more than most people realize. So, in this week’s episode, we’…
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EPISODE 338: Are you tired of project delays? If you’ve ever been frustrated by slow architects or indecisive clients, this episode is exactly what you need. Join me as we explore the nine proven strategies to get architects, designers, and even clients to meet your deadlines. We’ll tackle some of the common problems contractors face with design co…
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EPISODE 337: Does everything have to go through you? Are you becoming the bottleneck? In this week’s episode, we’re joined by construction business owner and long-time client turned guest coach Max Christiansen. Max is the founder and sales director at Tru Builders–a family-owned home remodeling company based in Arizona. Today, he shares his journe…
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EPISODE 336: Are you working 50-60 hours a week on your construction business? What happens if you suddenly can’t come to work? Is your business designed to run without you? Here’s the staggering truth: Only 15% of CEOs have a business continuity plan in case they are incapacitated, pass away, or a key employee leaves the company. Why do only 15% o…
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EPISODE 335: What would happen to your family after you’re gone? Estate planning may not be as fun as booking a trip but without it, it’s like throwing away everything you’ve worked so hard for. Yet, research shows that fewer than 50% of Americans have a will or any form of estate plan. Who gets what? How do your loved ones access your assets? What…
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EPISODE 334: Have you ever wondered how controlling your entire construction process could drastically transform your projects and profits? This week, our guest exemplifies just that, achieving an astounding 1,126% business growth in just four years. Joining us is Chris Tatge, co-owner of DC Materials—a complete framing material provider for large …
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EPISODE 333: Are you struggling with getting your team on board with new processes? Are you dealing with most of the problems at work? In this episode, we’ll discuss the common mistakes construction business owners make when implementing new processes and how these mistakes often lead to team resistance rather than compliance. We’ll explain everyth…
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EPISODE 332: Are you stuck in your construction business's day-to-day operations? Do you find yourself constantly bombarded by messages and phone calls from clients, trade partners, and your team? Are your projects taking way too long? You may be suffering from a serious deficiency that’s costing many construction business owners millions of dollar…
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EPISODE 331: What sets successful construction business owners apart? Join me as I sit down with Systematize Your Construction Business (SYCB) coaches Monish Khadye and Leyah Hostetter. Today, we’ll dive deep into what transpired during our recent CEO Alliance Live Meetup in Del Mar, California. We'll unpack the biggest takeaways from the event, fr…
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EPISODE 330: Do you feel stuck in your construction business's day-to-day operations? Do you dream of taking it to the next level but are unsure how? These experts might teach you a thing or two. Join us in this week’s panel discussion (and our first in-person episode) featuring Alex Gregg, Michael Moore, and Alex Thompson. These accomplished const…
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EPISODE 329: How can construction businesses thrive even during economic downturns? Join us in this week’s podcast episode as Michael Moore, owner and president of Waterton Construction Group, shares his journey in navigating the challenges of growing a construction company and how systematization and strategic changes turned his company from six-f…
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EPISODE 328: Are you tired of constant phone interruptions while trying to spend quality time with your family? Construction business owners know this feeling all too well. In this week’s episode, Leyah Hostetter, our Director of Customer Success, interviews Alex Knapp, the owner of Minneapolis Decks, as he shares his journey from being bombarded w…
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EPISODE 327: Imagine leaving your teaching job and starting your dream business amidst an economic meltdown. It sounds daunting, right? This is how Alex Gregg, owner of Gregg Homebuilding, started his custom homebuilding company in Tennessee. From facing the uncertainty of the 2008 global financial crisis to transforming challenges into success sto…
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EPISODE 326: Most construction business owners handle all aspects of their companies themselves: estimation, sales, project management, and more. However, it is easy to overlook the need to develop business acumen alongside trade skills when running a construction business. Jeff Bowers, our guest on this week’s podcast, understands this principle b…
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EPISODE 325: Who doesn’t dream of expanding their construction business? We all do. Yet, along with expansion comes more significant challenges. Without the right systems, it’s easier to forget about scaling up. This was precisely the situation our guest found himself in. In this week’s episode, Leyah Hostetter, our Director of Customer Success, si…
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In this episode, meet the new MEC Chair Capt. Anne Worster. Capt. Worster begins her term today, March 1, 2024. Some of the topics discussed include Capt. Worster's aviation background and some of her goals as she begins her service as MEC Chair.ualmeccommunications által
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In this episode, Communications Committee Chair Capt. Michael Wilson speaks to Negotiating Committee Vice Chair Capt. Andy Riggs about some of the new items that will be implemented in UPA23 in March. Visit UPA23.com for more information and updates.ualmeccommunications által
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EPISODE 324: Are you spending most of your time putting out fires instead of working on your construction business? Join us in this week’s episode as Leyah Hostetter, our Director of Customer Success, sits down with Charles Rogers, co-founder of Rethink Enterprise, a dynamic custom home builder company based in Colorado. Today, Charles shares his t…
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EPISODE 323: Do you wish you could sit down with a successful construction business CEO and pick his brain? This week’s interview with 30-year veteran CEO Jonathan Orpin is something you don’t want to miss. In this episode, I sit down with Jonathan Orpin, CEO of multiple profitable companies, including New Energy Works and Pioneer Millworks. Jonath…
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EPISODE 322: Is your construction business not making any progress? Are you putting things on hold for so long? You could be stuck in one of these hidden and destructive thinking traps. In this week's episode, I've invited Leyah Hostetter, our Director of Customer Success, and Monish Khadye, our Systematize Your Construction Business coach, to disc…
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Hybrid work – the flexibility to work from both home and office – has become a determining factor in job candidates’ decisions on accepting your offer…right up there with salary, vacation time, and other benefits. So, Greg Moran says, leaders must be definitive about their policies on WFH vs RTO!Innovative Leadership Institute által
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EPISODE 321: Do you feel like you’re always falling short? Are you constantly comparing yourself to others? Here’s what most of us don’t realize: Comparing your current situation to an ideal outcome is a sure way to get yourself frustrated. Unfortunately, that’s how most of us are hardwired–focusing on what’s wrong and living in the gap. Measuring …
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Boeing's latest problem -- a door popping off a 737 in flight -- has its roots in practices started before the current CEO took office. So who's to blame? As with all good leaders, the CEO is taking full responsibility instead of casting blame. When you're in charge, the onus for solving problems is on you, no matter where their roots are. It's not…
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EPISODE 320: Adversity and challenges are a part of life. It isn’t going away. However, most of us falsely think that adversity is bad and that we should hide or avoid it. What if I tell you that adversity is the key to your success? You see, the adversity you’re dealing with is NOT the problem; it’s the story you’re telling yourself. In this episo…
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Last week's news from Davos contained an example of leadership vision that didn't get much mainstream coverage: Argentinian president Javier Milei's speech. Though his economic views are still in debate, Greg Moran found Milei's dedication to his vision a strong leadership lesson: do you believe in your company's vision strongly enough to share it …
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EPISODE 319: Have you ever felt like your business is stuck in a loop, unable to break through to the next level? Do you ever wonder what’s missing? In this episode of The Construction Leading Edge Podcast, I’ll discuss how crucial habits and systems are in transforming your construction business and achieving new heights. We’ll dive deeper into th…
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Lloyd Austin made the big leadership news story last week. And it gives us a leadership lesson that's very nonpartisan: leaders MUST communicate! When the Secretary of Defense's staff doesn't communicate his absence to the Commander in Chief, it's a huge risk to the nation. Similarly, as Greg Moran points out, not communicating with your team puts …
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EPISODE 318: Referrals can hurt your construction business. Relying on referrals alone is certainly a risky business. They’re more like an anchor that’s holding you down. So, what does an effective construction marketing look like? In this week's episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Spencer Powell, founder and CEO of Builder Funnel, a strat…
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EPISODE 317: How thoroughly have you outlined your business plan for the year 2024? If you want to get out of the day-to-day firefighting, spend more time working on the business, and take things to the next level, you’re in the right place. In this week’s episode of The Construction Leading Edge Podcast, I’ll share the four (4) crucial steps to le…
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Last week's culmination of pressure on former Harvard University president Claudine Gay to resign presented a major leadership lesson for the rest of us: accountability is yours, whether you created it or not. Greg Moran admits it's not fair, but it IS part of the burden you bear when you work at the top. (And part of why it's lonely up there...) W…
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In this episode, Communication Committee Chair Capt. Michael Wilson is joined by Negotiating Committee Vice Chair Capt. Andy Riggs and System Schedule Committee Chair Capt. George Mladsi. The group discusses Next Steps 4 and the new UPA items being implemented this month. This includes the new bidding window. Visit UPA23.com for more information.…
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EPISODE 316: Are you a visionary leader? What does it mean to be one? Can being a visionary ensure success? This week, we’ll revisit a podcast episode with Monish Khadye, a construction business owner and our very own Systematized Your Construction Business (SYCB) facilitator and coach. Monish, who’s also a visionary, delves into the challenges, mi…
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CEO Niraj Shah's end-of-year e-mail last week to Wayfair staff generated all kinds of publicity -- but not the kind Wayfair wants. Shah may have had some good points, but they were lost in the form, timing, and target of his note. Greg Moran has pointers for other CEOs so they don't make the same mistakes...and, instead, engender followership on th…
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Colorado says no; Michigan says yes. States are already deciding whether Donald Trump can be on their ballots. But yea or nay, Greg Moran wonders if they’re deciding too quickly. What’s the leadership lesson here? For one thing, when you’re making decisions or policies on an unprecedented situation, take the time to make that decision carefully, lo…
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EPISODE 315: How clear are you on your strategy to be successful over the next twelve months? In this week’s episode, I’ll share three valuable business-building lessons that you can learn from Lockheed P-38 Lightning, a.k.a. the U.S. fighter plane that won WW2, and how you can apply those lessons in your construction business. We’ll discuss how to…
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When three university presidents danced around the limits of their free-speech policies last week, some glaring leadership lessons jumped out at Greg Moran. For one thing, think through the policies you create to make sure they won’t have unintended consequences down the road. It’s the old carpenter’s adage of “measure twice, cut once” applied to p…
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EPISODE 314: Are you losing money even if your job cost reports look profitable? Then, you could have fallen into a bad financial trap that most construction CEOs fall into. In this episode, I sit down with Luke Holcomb, operations manager at Apparatus Contractor Services. Apparatus is a bookkeeping firm that helps construction business owners get …
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EPISODE 313: Are you slaving away working in your construction business 70-80 hours per week? Is it possible to own a successful business and work fewer hours? In this replay episode of The Construction Leading Edge Podcast, we’ll revisit my interview with our Systematize Your Construction Business (SYCB) client turned coach, Monish Khadye. Monish …
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Tech start-up darlings seem to be in a plague: every week, another firm that had dazzled investors goes belly-up...or in lifeless survival mode. The common problem amongst them? Greg Moran points out they had poor business plans or products that just couldn't handle today's economic headwinds. Greg shares lessons to learn so YOUR firm keeps the uni…
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In this episode, Negotiating Committee Vice Chair Capt. Andy Riggs provides an overview of the Next Steps 3 document found on UPA23.com. Many new items within the contract will be implemented in the month of December. File a PDR if you have any questions.ualmeccommunications által
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One universal maxim for leadership: your team is watching you. As a leader, your followers emulate your behavior, not your words -- so your ethics and morality matter. In that light, Greg Moran comments on lessons to learn from the ouster of Representative George Santos from Congress last week.Innovative Leadership Institute által
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EPISODE 312: Here’s the reality: Most small construction businesses have unintentionally designed their failure. Surprising, right? And that’s why eight out of ten construction companies find themselves where selling becomes nearly impossible. So, what mistakes should you avoid if you dream of selling your business and enjoying retirement? In this …
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"When you leave a vacuum, you get a vacuum." In this week's episode, Greg Moran highlights the importance of setting clear cultural and ethical expectations within organizations, specifically identifying the leadership lesson of proactive culture shaping and its impact on workplace harmony.Innovative Leadership Institute által
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EPISODE 311: How can you make your business resilient in the face of challenges? Forget the traditional definition of a recession as a financial crisis–it goes beyond that. When I say recession, it could be when your star employee jumps ship to a competitor. It could also mean something happens to you, and your business can't run without you. As a …
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EPISODE 310: Most of the time, our goals remain goals–forgotten and collecting dust. That’s what usually happens when you operate in left-to-right thinking. But what if you could turn those business, life, or health goals into reality? In this week’s episode, I’ll discuss what right-to-left thinking is all about and walk you through the five ways t…
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EPISODE 309: What does it take to grow a construction business to $250M in revenue? In this week’s podcast episode, I sit down with Wes Palmisano, CEO and owner of WJ Palmisano and its subsidiaries, to talk about how he scaled up his construction business by focusing on preconstruction. Today, Wes explains the importance of preconstruction and havi…
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