Some wear it as a badge. Others despise the practice. Most of us hate being on the receiving end of it. Waz and Nic talk about being a tight arse and whether it's a good thing or something else!
Ever tweaked your back putting your shoes on? 'Tradie Back' is a real thing and comes from years of bending, lifting, shifting and generally working hard. Often it shows up when we do something simple, like putting on a pair of shoes or getting the shopping out of the car but it's far from simple
Aaargh! Why does everyone want everything done BEFORE Christmas? What is this crazy phenomenon? Waz and Nic try and figure it out for the good of humanity!
PPC or pay per click advertising has been around for a number of years and yet, it seems even more of a mystery than it did when first launched! Too many businesses waste money on their PPC, especially Google adwords, through simple misunderstanding and poor execution. We talk to a Google Adwords expert about ways
Sometimes it seems like if a little bit is good... then a lot would be awesome! Whether it's going to the gym, eating ice cream or working in your business, doing (or having) more seems like the sensible thing to do. You might be surprised to learn that this may not be the case! Hit
Staff are such a PAIN! Aren't they? Seems to be a persistent comment/complaint by so many employers so Nic and Waz decide to open Pandora's box and talk about the whys and wherefores of dealing with your most-needed and much-maligned resource!
We've come a long way since the days of housewives and working men... or have we? It seems tradie wives are often overlooked in the push to get 'tradies' off the tools. Often the anchor to tradies in business across the country, tradie wives can be seen taking care of marketing, bookkeeping, invoicing, scheduling, filing,
In this F#ck It Friday, Waz and Nic practice safe podcasting... well, not really as they still speak openly and candidly about safety on site. Is there a problem like the media would have us believe? Have we got safe worksites now that the extensive legislation framework is in place? Or is it, as some