In Today’s Business World, What Do Leaders WEAR?

Did you know the best year for dry cleaners was 1996? That’s when “casual Fridays” began to catch on; it wasn’t long before every workday was business casual. Then in 2020, the way we clothe ourselves for work changed dramatically again as Covid caused many, maybe...

Three PROFOUND Questions

Contractors toil long and hard at their jobs. Sometimes the thankless, hurry-up, “what have you done for me lately?” nature of construction causes people to become myopic: “I just want to get through this week, Wayne! I’ll worry about next week and next month when...

Ditch Diggers

This week we are featuring, with his permission of course, a powerful poem and video by a young man named Eric Borden. We first saw this at an AGC Convention, and among the few thousand attendees, there wasn’t a dry eye in the house. We’d like to hear what you think...

What’s a “Tribe of Millionaires?”

Wayne’s peer group recommended a fascinating book called Tribe of Millionaires. It’s a fictionalized story of an entrepreneur whose company is at a critical crisis stage AND who loses his estranged father at the same time. How he deals with the twin crises – one...

Contractor Succession Isn’t an Event, It’s a PROCESS!

What are the three types of succession plans every contractor needs? When is the best time to begin planning for a business transition? To whom should succession plans be announced? And how long does succession take in best case scenarios? Please tune in this week as...