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As the Sawdust Settles
35 minutes | Jul 14, 2020
EOS Implementer, Jim Palzewicz: Growing a Business During Turbulent Times
How do you keep a business afloat during challenging times like these? Is it possible to not only survive, but even grow during a challenging economy? Join Tim Stepanski and Jim Palzewicz, an EOS implementer and professional business coach, as they discuss proven and reliable strategies for running successful businesses, big and small.If you are interested in what you have heard, Jim can be reached at (414) 305-0217 or by clicking this link: https://implementer.eosworldwide.com/
30 minutes | Jul 1, 2020
Cooper and Mike: Every Tree has a Story
Hear about Mike and Cooper's unique business model for their company Wind River Millwork, where they take a tree that is being cut down on their client's property and turn it into something new and beautiful for the customer to use! They also discuss the importance of trust and building a relationship in order to get a job done to everyone's satisfaction.
30 minutes | Jun 26, 2020
Chris Land of Cutting Edge Home Repair: The Importance of Building Relationships
Tim Stepanski and Chris Land of Cutting Edge Home Repair talk about the number one form of marketing a company can have: Word of Mouth. The relationship you build with each individual client is critical, and can either hurt you or help you.
32 minutes | May 13, 2020
Tim talks COVID-19 with Paul Kronforst from News/Talk 1130 WISN
Hear from Paul Kronforst, host of The Remodeling Show on News/Talk 1130WISN, an iHeart media broadcasting company, as he and Tim discuss the impact of COVID-19 and government shutdowns on the world of contracting and small business, as well as what steps society can take to move forward.
5 minutes | Apr 22, 2020
Our Founding Principles
This week, Tim reads the Preamble to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
35 minutes | Apr 15, 2020
Gary Striegler from Craftsman Builders: Share Your Passion
Learn about starting a business during tough times, how Craftsman Builders is working while dealing with the virus outbreak, and the "You can't lead where you don't go" philosophy of managing a business!On this episode, Tim Interviews an old friend of CSH, Gary Striegler, and discusses his vast woodworking and construction knowledge, business, writing and publication, teaching, and more.
34 minutes | Apr 8, 2020
Starting Small: Tom Monahan with General Finishes
What's it like running a small company with a national, and even global customer base? When's the best time to refinish something, and what's the best way to do it? On this episode, Tom Monahan of General Finishes answers these questions and more, talking about the beginnings of the company, selling DIY products in a tough economy, and invaluable tips on how to approach your own projects!
20 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
John Oliveri of idX Corporation talks BIG commercial projects
Home projects can be big projects — but what’s it like to work on a really big project like the new Los Angeles Rams stadium? On this episode, we talk with John Oliveri, Sr. Estimator at idX Corporation, about quoting jobs at the commercial level. John has worked on many large-scale commercial projects and has great insights to share. We’ll cover what goes into quoting a big commercial job, why the trades are important for our young people, how professional building relationships are established, what the timeline is like on commercial projects, and more!
26 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
Putting the customer first: Fein Design’s Catie Barth
Ever wonder how home remodels are handled at the professional level, start to finish? You’re in luck! In this episode, we sit down with Catie Barth of Fein Design to discuss the whole process from design to build and beyond.Together, we’ll cover what it’s like to design and build for a large variety of clients, how they keep things running smoothly throughout the project, staying on budget, design trends, and more!
25 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
Living the woodworker’s dream: A chat with veteran Darin Campbell, owner of Bronze Star Carpentry
For our inaugural episode, we sit down with Darin Campbell, founder, owner, and operator of Bronze Star Carpentry. Bronze Star Carpentry is a woodworking company that focuses on using local products to build high-quality, unique pieces for their customers.We’ll talk about the meaning behind the name Bronze Star, Darin’s techniques working with live edge wood, and what it’s like to be “living the dream” running his own business in the industry. We’ll also cover how Bronze Star operates day-to-day, how the company gives back to the community, and give some advice to those aspiring to be in Darin’s shoes someday.
3 minutes | Mar 19, 2020
Welcome to As the Sawdust Settles! A brief look at our first three episodes
Hello, and welcome to As the Sawdust Settles, presented by Custom Service Hardware. On this intro episode, you’ll get acquainted with our host, Tim Stepanski, as he gives a sneak peek into the conversations with our first few guests. We hope you like what’s to come. Thanks so much for tuning in!
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