Category: Business Operations

The HVAC Technician’s Career Path Guide -Part 1

Once an HVAC technician, always a HVAC technician?

Don’t bet on it.

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Good news! Skilled trades are in demand! Question: does anyone care?

In Emily Prieffer’s article, The construction industry’s top workforce challenge — and 3 potential solutions, she found that 69% of general contractors are having a tough time filling craft positions. While the article is based on the construction industry its close relative, the

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The Future of Your Business is Directly Related To Your Workforce

…no matter how well you run your business, no matter how well you project the next quarter’s sales, no matter how well you train your technicians, it’s over in 10 or 20 years.

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Internet Security-Part 3-Password Do’s

Hopefully in Internet Security-Part, Password Don’ts, I convinced you how important strong passwords are. What is a strong password? An 8 digit numbers only password only has 99,999,999 possible combinations. How long do you think that would take a computer

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The 5-Truck Hump

“You cannot allow any of your people to avoid the brutal facts. If they start living in a dream world, it’s going to be bad.” – General James Mattis Why does it seem that new startups have trouble getting past

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War Games

“I engage, and after that I see what to do. ” —Napoleon Bonaparte Let’s talk about planning. Most of us have been involved in planning meetings to map out new processes or strategies. Often the planning is done continuously and

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The Strategy Triad

“Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win” ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War If I asked you what your organization’s strategy is right now without

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