Monday, July 30, 2012

The Boss Got Dirty?




Chelli the service rep in the office was very shocked to see the owner dirty. Yes! I do spend most of my time working on the business, doing managerial duties, but form time to time I go out in the field an help train the  newer technicians. If you want something done right you don't have to always do it your self but you do have to show others how it is done. So today I helped the team rewired the third floor of a house.  Sometimes you have to get dirty to get rid of that nasty knob and tube wiring. 

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