“Leadership is an action, not a position.”

Becoming the leader you were meant to be.

Contrary to popular belief, leaders are made not born. It takes years to develop the skills needed to be an effective foreman, supervisor or superintendent. Below are some of my favorite interviews with industry professionals to help you on your journey.

Brian Bogert

In this episode I talk with human performance coach, motivational speaker, and business strategist Brian Bogert. We discuss his revolutionary strategy of embracing pain to avoid suffering—and how this has helped individuals, groups, and entire companies break beyond their norm to achieve the success in life and business that they’ve always wanted.

Ken Rusk

Today’s conversation is with Ken Rusk, author of Blue Collar Cash. Ken is a blue-collar career choice advocate and building trades entrepreneur whose passion for hard work and construction earned him the name “The Million Dollar Ditch Digger”. We’ll discuss the merits of working in the trades and discover the importance of using detailed visualization techniques in mapping out a future that will bring you comfort, freedom, and peace.

Josh Zolin

Today I talk with the CEO of Windy City Equipment Service, former Hollywood stuntman, podcast host, and author Josh Zolin. We discuss his book, and why he wrote it, as a way to push back against the oversold notion that the only way to economic stability and professional integrity is with a college degree. Later we learn Josh’s definition of success.