I was having my back manipulated when, for some inexplicable reason, my thoughts turned to consultants. After all, I did have a column due and maybe lying on my stomach made my creative juices percolate.
The danger of producing any article or special issue is that, as an editor or writer, you presume to know what your audience is thinking. Because this special issue focuses on workforce matters, we wondered what was important to HARDI members.
Remove all the hand wringing about the ultimate replacement of R-22 from the marketplace, and it is the contractor who is the last connection before the industry and the end user: the consumer. We interviewed leaders at ACCA and RSES for their assessment and spoke with a nationally recognized contractor
It's a term I see practiced with vigor and regularity by many of the most successful business-people I know. Yet they almost never seem to use the word in actual conversation. I suspect they place the word in the category of either you have it or you don't, and they take it so much for granted that it's not worth discussing.
Panasonic Eco Solutions North America, a Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America (Panasonic) has been named a 2017 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence Award winner "for continued leadership in protecting our environment through superior energy efficiency achievements." Panasonic Eco Solution’s accomplishments will be recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy in Washington, D.C. on April 26, 2017....More
Goodman, Amana brand and Daikin North America HVAC systems and products are now being produced at the 4.1 million sq. ft. at Daikin Texas Technology Park. McCaul took time to hold a town hall and a question-and-answer session with some Daikin employees who live in his district....More
Two contractors with similar backgrounds compete in the same market. One succeeds stunningly. The other plods along. Here are eleven ways successful contractors separate themselves.
1. Dissatisfied With the Status Quo
Successful contractors do not accept that the way things are today is the way things will be tomorrow. For them, the status quo is temporary. They believe things can be better. Whether you believe things can be better or not, you are right.
2. Made a Choice...More