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Are you driven by a burning desire and passion for the construction industry? Do you have really high standards for yourself and strive for excellence as the minimum standard in your endeavors? If the answers to both questions are yes, you're a Young Gun. In this book, author Elinor Moshe provides readers with insights, advice, and consideration she has garnered over eight years of working in commercial construction to help bypass the time it takes to learn the nuances of the game. This is the book for the next generation of entrepreneurs and thought leaders in the construction industry. At the end of each chapter, there are sections of Trigger Questions and Young Bullets where you're encouraged to think critically about the relative topic and consider its importance and application in your career.
If you're working in the construction industry or have ambitions of making a career out of it, Young Gun is the perfect book to cover the fundamentals of what you need to be successful. Elinor Moshe offers an A-Z guide for ambitious constructors to stand out and succeed in an industry where new generation thought leaders and unconventional thinking are very much needed. Moshe brings a fresh perspective to a field where the standards need to be raised, putting forward valuable insights that can help people with inherent leadership qualities to polish their skills and apply their knowledge to its fullest. Overall, I found Young Gun to be very informative and educational. Recommended to anyone working in the construction industry.