In a world filled with complexities and challenges, the Quit Getting Screwed Construction Podcast offers diverse perspectives in a valuable platform for individuals in various industries to gain insights and practical advice. Hosted by Karalynn Cromeens, this podcast...
2022 was a huge year for The Quit Getting Screwed Construction Podcast. In this blog, we recap last year’s most popular episodes.
This episode of Quit Getting Screwed features JC Maldonado from BizGroPartners again, this time discussing growing value in your construction business—a hot topic for business owners! JC joins Karalynn Cromeens to break everything down and provide a game plan on how to move your business forward in a positive direction.
On this episode of Quit Getting Screwed, JC Maldonado, a business acquisition expert with BizGroPartners, joins our host Karalynn Cromeens to chat about building wealth through acquisitions, diving deep into this hot topic.
In this podcast episode, Karalynn Cromeens is joined by Brian Zimmerman to discuss Wisconsin construction lien law along with more in-depth topics including liens on public works projects and bond claims.
Karalynn and Caroline Beavers of CHB Legal sit down to discuss the ins and outs of a construction subcontract and best practices for better understanding and negotiating them.
In this podcast episode, our host Karalynn Cromeens is joined by award-winning Phoenix construction attorney, Michael Thal, to discuss Arizona construction lien law.
What better way to celebrate Women in Construction Week than to have construction legend Carolyn Lightfoot join the Quit Getting Screwed Podcast to have a chat about how far construction has come and where it may be heading.
Guest Griffin Tyndall explains in this podcast episode that without a license, a contractor faces the risk of working for free because the state of Alabama does not protect them. The best practice is to get licensed, and Griffin provides some guidance on doing that.
Growing up in the construction industry, Dana Jensen understood the importance of collecting and managing money from completed jobs which drove him to hang up his tool belt and focus on his financing business. This podcast recap includes advice he gives to construction business owners.