Best Time of the Year

The year is quickly coming to a close and that can mean many different things to different people.  For me, it means planning and preparation for the year to come and reflection of the time that’s past.  In light of the coming year we have mapped out tentative and definite plans within the international department at EXAIR.  We’ve also reviewed processes in place in order to determine the best course of action moving forward.

This process is one of my favorite things about the turn of the year because I enjoy the same practice in my personal life.  For the past few years I’ve chosen to stay in on New Year’s Eve in favor of getting an early and fresh start to the New Year.  Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy the parties and the fun, but making the first day of the year difficult or sluggish seems counterproductive.  I like to think of Jan. 1st as a projection of the year to come, so I get up early, eat healthy, and make sure the important things are on track.

I’ve found one of the best things to do prior to the turn of the year is to be prepared.  So, I’ve cleaned out my desk at home and have made a stack of things to review.  Rather than trying to conquer this feat all in one day, I’ve been making smaller efforts leading up to the 1st that will help me achieve my goal.  The same applies to the applications we work through with our customers.

As the 4th quarter comes to a close for your business, there may be projects that need to get on track.  If you have an application using compressed air and need it reviewed, give us a call.

Lee Evans
Application Engineer
leeevans@exair.com
@EXAIR_LE

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