Alexx Stuart interviewed two builders a few weeks back. First up, Casey Grey, aka the Conscious Builder. Casey was born to build as demonstrated by a voracious lego habit as a child, a passion for construction and seeing how things fit together, leading to his first job in construction at 17 and his own construction business a few years later. One day asking “WHY?” he realized he wanted to fulfill a bigger purpose than simply building houses for people, but making the experience a conscious, low impact one from start to finish: The Conscious Builder was born and the rest is history. We talk passive house, building materials, renovation vs building pitfalls, and more on today’s show.
This interview was originally recorded for the Low Tox Life Podcast with Alexx Stuart. This is a replay of the episode.
Alexx Stuart is an educator and change agent who founded Low Tox Life in 2010 after seeing the lack of transparency in our food system, personal care and cleaning products. The Low Tox Life provides real support for real people wanting to make better choices for their health and our planet.
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 Grey shares his story and talks about the building industry, climate change, advances in technology, and what you need to focus on when you are building or renovating a home.
Casey joined Marla Esser Cloos on this episode of the Everyday Green Home 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.
Hobbyist, skateboarder and builder Andrew Szeto is from Ottawa and he builds things with recycled skateboards. He recently built his first structure (an A Frame in Quebec) and put on youtube. To date it's getting close to about 2 million views! Andrew shares where his inspiration came from for this project with Casey.
The founder of Boxabl, Paolo Tiramani, joined Casey for a conversation on why modular is important, what sets Boxabl apart and their path forward.
Marla is on a mission to empower you to create healthier, more comfortable homes for your clients and yourself. Simple swaps to green and sustainable actions and products are the way to better homes.
She hosts the Everyday Green Home podcast and manages Everyday Green Home – an online green shop. Her book, Living Green Effortlessly: Simple Choices to a Better Home, a 2018 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award finalist, was published by NAHB BuilderBooks. Marla shares what makes a green home green, why it matters and how to do it – a bit at a time or all at once.