Every job has its challenges, variables, constraints etc. But why do we take something simple and make it hard? I'm not saying Construction is easy, but the challenge is not the job itself. I feel the challenges come from poor planning or lack of communication. Think back to the worst job you've been on. What made it tough?
Was it: any of the below?
Whatever reason you can think of, most construction problems are poor planning, poor communication or both.
It's easy to fail on a good job with a bad team. However, if you have a good team on a bad job you can be successful. It’s the people that make a difference! If you're willing to talk to one another, ask questions, receive feedback or collaborate as a group you can get through any design, long leeds or sequencing issue. Yes! You can make a difference, even if you're not in a supervisory role. Trust and confide in the people around you to make it happen, don't let a bad supervisor bring you down! Plow your own path, plan your own work, and communicate your needs to be successful.
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