Steve Brown talks with Casey Grey of The Conscious Builder about mindfulness, finding your why, and how working on yourself makes a difference in your business.
Casey Grey on The Deliberate, Conscious Effort of Discerning Your Why was originally recorded for the ROI Online Podcast. This is a replay of the interview.
In this episode with Austin Linney, Casey shares about his journey in the construction business that began in his teenage years and has only excelled. He explains how his interest in building and seeking knowledge from mentors enabled him to know better and establish himself through his business.
Listen in to learn the right steps you need to take to create a business-oriented mindset.
How to create a healthy business mindset with Casey Grey was originally recorded for the Construct Your Life Podcast with Austin Linney. This is a replay from the interview.
The buildings and infrastructure you see all around you started with a single thought. That thought was communicated to people who then built with skill and hard work. Without that thought, nothing would be created. Just like how those buildings started with a thought, your thoughts and your mindset also play a critical role when it comes to the success of your business.
Your thoughts dictate your actions and behaviour. Without having control over your mindset, you can make poor decisions in critical situations that will affect you, your clients and even how your employees perceive you as their leader. What can you do to gain greater control? That’s what we’re here to find out in this Construction Genius episode as Casey Grey, founder of The Conscious Builder, shares with us how your mindset can make a difference to the way you manage your employees and your clients.
Casey joined Eric Anderton on this episode of the Construction Genius Podcast. This is a replay of the interview.
Casey speaks about the future of our industry, building science, and how to have a positive outlook on life and in business. They also discuss the difference between net-zero homes and passive homes. Additionally, focusing on your mistakes and using those to catapult your career.
Casey joined Brad Leavitt on this episode of the A Finer Touch Construction Podcast. This is a replay of the interview.
Brad Leavitt, President and Founder of A Finer Touch Construction - a Scottsdale based luxury residential and commercial builder - joins Casey for an interview about building a brand in the construction industry.
Since 2004 Eric Anderton has helped his construction clients increase profitability by building clear strategic plans, developing their best people, and executing their most important priorities. He has more than thirty years career and entrepreneurial business experience, alongside twenty-five years of public speaking, small group facilitation and one-on-one mentoring. Eric is a trusted leadership advisor, executive mentor and expert meeting facilitator to construction companies that range in annual revenue from $5m-$1B.
He is also the host of Construction Genius. A weekly podcast with interviews, insights, and inspiration to help construction leaders excel.
Eric joined Casey for a conversation on our Facebook live this week about leadership, choosing the right projects for your situation, and more!
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Mortgage broker and real estate finance expert Chad Robinson joins Casey for an interview to discuss post-Covid financing and his private investment corporation.
Chad grew up in a real estate family and is currently the President and owner of award winning 360 Best Mortgages Inc. servicing the Eastern Ontario area.
The Conscious Builder recently celebrated 10 years as a business! Here are the top 3 things I have learned in the first ten years of our construction business.
Casey Grey interviews Vish Chatterji, The Business Casual Yogi, where they discuss the intersection of yoga and the construction business. Learn more about Vish's book and how mindfulness, meditation, and yoga have impacted both their personal and professional lives. Throughout his 20-years in Corporate America, Vish studied and practiced yoga, meditation and Ayurveda as a way to stay balanced as a leader. He now coaches business leaders in this East-meets-West approach to help more of their greatness show up at work.