My dentist is a really good dentist. I've been going to him for more than 15 years. However, he's not a lighting expert. He knew enough about lighting to run his business but needed just a little bit more info.
As we've been planning this trip, one of the biggest considerations we've had to keep in mind is how to prepare our RV (and ourselves) for a week of cold weather. After all, we're from Texas, and cold weather in Texas is not the same as cold weather in Colorado.
For businesses, this gift of an extra hour of coffee sipping on Sunday morning can be more costly. Along with microwaves in the breakrooms, businesses have to make sure clocks on servers, employee time clocks, and many other devices are synced with the new time and are up and running for Monday morning.
Recently, I was walking through our signs shop in Austin Texas looking at some of the projects our team was working on when I stumbled upon a bucket of baseballs.
We need to adopt a mindset that says "we are worth more than a vendor" because I guarantee your friends and family know you are!
My excitement quickly gave way to reality as I began to realize that, based on the information I was gathering, an LED lighting upgrade was not a financially sound project for this customer.
A successful business doesn’t just manage people, it empowers them to deliver the promise of that business to the customers that keep that business alive!
For the fast food chain and the convenience store, there is a solution that offers peace of mind and confidence to say their food is safe and ready to sell!
How do we, as the lighting and electrical industry, help these large businesses realize the benefits of energy efficiency projects without becoming an inefficiency by interfering with their operations?