Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Why not take a few days off? Everybody else does!!

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It would seem most of America is either on vacation or out to lunch, no wonder we have an economic depression. It’s not just the Government, or Obama, or all of that it’s because all too many American’ have just threw up their hands and said why care? That being that if your in business be available, if you don’t want to serve or service a client or customer, if your in a many employee company, hand the project over to someone who can and will, serve the client, and take of their needs.

If you can’t be gotten a hold of, your loosing money and many loose both productivity and credibility in the market of which they are part of. It used to be a excuse to not be in touch, as there was just a landline based telephone. Not in the office? There was a secretary or at least someone to take the call, and deliver a message. First came pagers, then brick sized cell phones and now cell phones and email. There is no longer an excuse. Many will see a number on their caller id, and ignore it. A few times maybe, but too many and someone is going elsewhere if they have a choice. But if its someone you don’t want to serve at least be have the courtesy to hand it off to someone in your firm who will. Maybe it’s a gender or idealistic conflict. If so again line that potential client up with someone in your group who can deliver, don’t just ignore them, sure there’s meetings and such with other clients, t6hat’s to be excused to a point, but if you say your going to get back to them, damn well get back to them. I remember both CenturyLink and Comcast in Utah. I know we’re comparing apples to lemons here, but I called both, to serve us in Woods Cross Utah there at the studio there. It took maybe 1 hour, next week someone was there to hook us up, and we were back on the air. Sure there are logistic and engineering concerns here in Evanston, and sure others need to be called in, but if your talking big numbers to get something done, all the better to stay in touch , not just fiddle fart around.

But it’s not just them its other industries. I’ve got a great computer tech and aux engineer here at HazzComm, the parent of HazzardAyre. I can call them in the afternoon, and by 15:00 (3:00PM) my time somebody is getting back to me.

Sure 9/11 caught us off guard, although there is the thought of conspiracy there and I buy into part of that. But it seems like since then, all too many stuck their heads in the ground and just gave up. Another thing that all too many have began or really ignore, but shouldn’t. The Presidential elections are just a few months away. If the Republican’s take office, your Social Security, if you get it, will be throttled back, you might be making much less than you do right now. Entitlements will be cut back, even if and I think she will being as she is the front runner and most candidates from the Republican side are just sitting there with not much to say, if you think Hillary is going to preserve your income from the Government , think again. If your working, congratulations, but you better be working, the in the back of your mind, mentality is if I loose my job I can just collect welfare and SSI, can you really afford that? If you want and desire your lifestyle and quality of life to remain as it is, don’t ignore those trying to buy from you, bust your hump, get out of the rut.

Don’t depend on things to remain the same, if your just barely treading water, better look for a greener field or your going to drown. Better yet, put a little more fertilizer on the field your plowing now, to make it greener. There are two axioms here that play out, its not the ability to plow the field, its how deep do you sink that plow, more over its not the size of the dog in the fight, but how much fight is in the dog? America can save itself, but that salvation is only from Heavenly Father. The Government is not going to do it, the Will of the people is, and its time as one radio host says, to Bring America home, but, not just bring them home, but make sure they don’t just come home and put their feet up, and sleep. Its time to get active.



Quote of the Day:
He is poor who does not feel content.
--Japanese proverb
Romans 1:20“For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.”

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