No man is an island, and neither is construction. Not one can say that he alone built a house, a bridge, or a building. We are all involved in some sort of chain.
And that’s what David Bertot, our 5th guest on our Season 03, Episode 05 of Thriving in Construction, The Podcast, firmly believes in. As a Project Superintendent of Lunacon Construction Group, he is convinced that you have to know a little bit of everything to stay ahead of the game and remain competitive in the face of challenges.
Just like when he was just starting in construction, he couldn’t speak English and started as a laborer/helper for an electrician. But David was determined enough to pursue what he wanted in life. And the rest are stories of triumph.
“Sometimes, you don’t need so much qualification. All you need is a bit of common sense and skills, and you’ll get through any task.”
What You’ll Learn from this Episode:
- The power of a friendly approach.
- How to build a sense of purpose and meaning.
- The importance of attitude and meditation in construction.
- The significance of taking full responsibility for your actions.
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