Hard Work Leads To Good Results

A few months ago I wrote a blog titled Great Team Make-up about being an assistant coach for my oldest son’s youth football team. I take pride in the opportunity to work with young kids in teaching them the value of teamwork and showing them when you work hard, the results will speak for themselves. It’s not just about winning or losing, but rather learning to listen, be respectful (win or lose) and growing as a player.

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6 rushing touchdowns in a single game? I’ll take it.

The first 3 practices were no pads, no contact so these days were spent conditioning and learning offensive and defensive positions. (or as the kids called it – “The most boring thing EVER!”). We have been in full contact practice for the last 5 weeks and it’s pretty cool to see how much the kids have learned in such a short time. We’ve had a couple scrimmages but this past weekend we had our first real game.

As both teams took the field you could see the nervousness of the players and the anticipation of the coaches on both sides. When you start playing at 9:00 AM, with dew on the ground, it’s kind of difficult for 5-7 year olds to hold on to a wet football. The game started pretty slow and by halftime it was only a 6 point difference. The second half was much different, our team really started to “click” on offense. We had some great blocking up front coupled with some determined running backs and scored consecutive 65, 52 and 49 yard rushing touchdowns. On the opposite side, our defense tightened up and held their opponent to only 1 score in the second half leading to a 38-16 victory! It was awesome to see our group of young men (who were very recently mere 5-7 year-olds trying to hang on to the wet ball) so excited about winning and to see their effort pay off. As coaches we were equally satisfied that not only were we able to get the win, but to see these incredible kids execute what they’ve learned in practice and transition that to the game.

Here at EXAIR, our commitment to be the best in the industry is best reflected in the solutions we provide for our customer’s needs. Two of our most informative tools are the Application Database and Case Study Library. The Application Database is over 1000 applications in a problem/solution format, detailing various industrial processes and the EXAIR product solution. Whether you’re dealing with a static electricity issue, needing to provide cooling to critical instruments, drying product, looking to convey media or just needing to provide blowoff, chances are you will find the information you are looking for.

The Case Study Library is a database where you can see quantifiable benefits or ROI of installing EXAIR products. We typically show improvements in dollar savings, compressed air savings, production increases, noise exposure decreases and safety improvements focused on reaching important OSHA standards. We are always seeking new case studies and can offer an incentive or SWAG in return for providing us the details on your application. A great place to start is with our Efficiency Lab, where we can actually gather the details for you.

Some examples of the information we are looking to obtain:

  • A decrease in air consumption
  • Improved safety
  • Lowering noise level
  • Reducing the amount of rejects – increasing production

Give us a call at 800-903-9247 to team up with one of our application engineers to see how we can coach you to a win in your facility.

Justin Nicholl
Application Engineer
justinnicholl@exair.com
@EXAIR_JN

Harvard Stadium 57240 image courtesy of Ted Eytan, Creative Commons License

 

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