The Blue Collar Culture Podcast is for business owners and leaders who work for a living. You’ve scratched and clawed to build your business. You don’t have ping-pong tables and nap pods, you employ down-to-earth, hard-working men and women who aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty.
This podcast is about you. We highlight your stories of success and share the secrets to winning with Blue Collar Culture.
Dennis Gehman of Gehman Design Remodeling talks to Ryan Englin and Jeremy Macliver about NARI and how they help bring professionalism back to the industry.
In this empowering episode, blue-collar construction entrepreneur Ken Rusk takes us to his mission of changing the mindset around blue-collar jobs and workers.
Luke Miller, founder of Tile Money may work primarily with tile installation contractors, but the customer service, pricing, management, and other lessons he passes on apply to any contracting business.
Matt is a former plumber who was so frustrated by the lack of support from digital marketing companies when it came to trades-based businesses, that he actually set out to solve the problem on his own by starting his own digital agency: The Tradie Web Guys.
Even with all the channels out there like social media, SEO, online video, web content, and more… the noise… if you stick to the fundamentals, you can cut through the clutter.
On this week’s Blue Collar Culture, we dive into a topic we usually wouldn’t address on this podcast: millennials, the generational divide, and how people think depending on the generation they’re in.
Many subcontractors make a fatal mistake, says consultant Ryan Groth of the Sales Transformation Group. They think estimating is selling.
As an entrepreneur or business leader, you don’t have to go it alone, says Rob Dube, owner and co-CEO of imageOne, a document services and printing company.
As a consultant to roofing contractors for many years, Greg Hayne knows blue collar culture. And he sees first-hand how construction companies overall are facing a whole host of challenges.