I know I’ve blogged before about some of the characteristics that were instilled in me from my father. This past week I had an epiphany, it was yet another time when I realized that my position in EXAIR is exactly where I need to be. I only wish it took place like the epiphanies from the episode of Scrubs below. (Side note: Scrubs is by far my favorite TV show, next to Cheers, and Dukes of Hazard)
The event that sparked this epiphany was when I was scrolling through a few threads on a local motorcycle forum, and found a riding buddy had just bought a new bike. The only problem he had, was that he had no way to pick it up. He needed a trailer. So, I sent him a message and set my small trailer up for him. He picked it up from my driveway while I was at work and will be dropping it back off this weekend. The fact is that I have only been out riding with this guy two or three times. I know who he is and where he works but through out mutual hobby I felt no worries about letting him borrow my trailer for a week.
As I was putting a ramp and straps on the trailer in my driveway, I had the epiphany. One of the reasons I love my job here at EXAIR so much, is that I get to help our customers everyday. Not only do I help our customers, I even get to help other team members with their projects on a daily basis.
I’ve never been one to look for the spotlight but I have always been one that wants to help whenever possible and not expect a single thing in return. It’s part of the whole Karma and pay it forward campaign that we need to see more of in the world today.
So if you need a hand with your compressed air system, give us a call. It’s not just myself that will help here. It’s every single member of our EXAIR team.