The Construction Leading Edge Podcast

EPISODE 234: Hiring high level talent required overcoming a few limiting beliefs, and it's been a key to growing revenue 26% in a year.  What else has Michael Moore done to grow his business and why does he say "success and failure aren't too far apart"?  

What you'll take away from this construction podcast episode with Michael Moore, owner of Waterton Construction Group:

  • Advice from a couple of guys who have been fired.
  • The benefits of letting go of your business.
  • Two things he’s done to increase revenue 26% in a year.
    Two places you need to go if you’re ever in McKinney, TX.
  • Your definition of success is up to you. The right way to define success.
  • Why success and failure aren’t too far apart.
  • Myths about hiring high level talent and the truth about leading people who are better than you.
  • Limiting beliefs around attracting talent and growing your team.
  • The difference between building houses and building a business that builds houses.
  • A few keys to cracking the code on selling.

Resources mentioned in this construction podcast episode:

Waterton Construction Group -

Builder Mastermind Group -

Move the Needle 90 Day Accountability Challenge -

CompanyCam - The photo app every contractor needs -

Curri - Sign up to get $40 of free credit.  Use Curri to deliver your materials.

Schedule a Strategy Call with Todd Dawalt -


Direct download: Construction_Leading_Edge_233_Michael_Moore_MIX.mp3
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