A mindset that comes through taking the time to take care of yourself--that is, having a personal life--and by putting the proper systems and teams in place at the office and on the jobsite.
Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) September 8, 2008
For attendees of the upcoming Remodeling Show 2008 trade show and conference in Baltimore, Maryland, finding work-life balance and honing construction business leadership skills will take on new meaning when nationally-known construction business and life coach Clay S. Nelson takes the stage on September 10th and 11th, 2008. Nelson is scheduled to present four new programs designed to help remodeling and home building professionals not just survive, but thrive in tough market conditions.
Your Business. Your Life. Taking the Struggle Out of this Balancing Act
Finding a balance between business and personal life is one of the greatest challenges we face. What if we could have time to actually have a life and successfully manage our construction businesses in good times and bad? The answer to creating this balance is through the integration of four key issues--Taking Care of You (Balance), Commitment, Team and Leadership--into all aspects of our lives and businesses.
Because I Told You So - Communication at the Jobsite
Anyone who has worked in the field on a jobsite for any length of time knows that communication is very often a challenge; communication between the field and the main office; communication from primary leadership to superintendent to the field crew. Yet the key to complete success with every job, whether big or small, is full and complete communication everywhere and at all times! During this program Nelson will break down the issues that get in the way of complete communication at the jobsite and provide easy to implement solutions that have successfully helped remodeling and home building companies get on the road to great communication while on the job.
Team Building: Don't Just Survive… Thrive!
When times are tough, more often than not, we retreat into the feeling of "Only I Can Do It". Yet, if any of us could get to where we are going without a team, we would be there already. Making it through rough market conditions isn't about tightening our grip and controlling everything within grasp. As a matter of fact, not just surviving, but thriving in tough market conditions is about creating and utilizing an unstoppable team whose common goals and combined efforts propel us further than was ever possible on our own.
Replacing the Irreplaceable You
"Replace me? Impossible!" It often feels that way, but the only way we gain the freedom to grow or maintain our businesses, to retire or to have a life is to replace ourselves! Learn how to give up doing it all, build a team of leaders, and successfully move on to what's next.
"Succeeding during the tough times, and being ready to hit the ground running when the construction market rebounds is all about developing a positive, fresh mindset," Nelson explains. "A mindset that comes through taking the time to take care of yourself--that is, having a personal life--and by putting the proper systems and teams in place at the office and on the jobsite."
Clay Nelson spent 14 years as a contractor and has been coaching clients in the construction and remodeling industry for the past two decades. He has been a featured speaker at several national construction events and conferences this year, including the International Builders Show, World of Concrete and Construct 2008, and is scheduled to present at the 2008 Northwest Builders Show this December in Bellevue, Washington. Nelson's presentations and workshops on business and life balance concepts give conference attendees the insights, encouragement, and straightforward tools they need to get the most out of their conference experience and keep the momentum going once they've returned to the jobsite.
Clay Nelson Life Balance was founded out of Nelson's own life philosophy: To teach what one has learned in life is the greatest gift one has to give. The company's innovative programs teach individuals and businesses how to set goals, get past what stops them from accomplishing them, and create written plans that help them attain extraordinary results.
For more information about Clay Nelson's speaking schedule, and to learn more about the products and services Clay Nelson Life Balance provides for contractors and remodelers, please visit http://www.claynelsonlifebalance.com.
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