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A buzz for a text, a ring for a call, a swoosh for an email and a ping for a new post. These are just some of the noises that grab our attention to say someone wants us. Some people are good about putting their devices away in the evening or not jumping at every sound, and others cannot stop.

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Are you capitalizing on social media for your business, or are you just watching videos of cute cats? LinkedIn is a professional way to network and promote what you do.

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Say Yes to the Moments

March 6, 2018

We learned a lesson by saying yes to the small projects. By doing so, we became part of an amazing invention—VisuALS, an affordable assistive communication/eye-tracking device that allows disabled people to communicate. Learn from our story!

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Google has changed the way people work and live, but don’t you think we give it too much power? Google has not earned a medical or legal degree, and it has not run a successful business. Despite this, when you find yourself in a bind at work, I bet you sometimes go to Google for an answer.

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From Babylonians paying off debts to the gods to Romans making annual sacrifices to today’s traditions, New Year’s is all about the resolutions. Take advantage of the opportunities for new-year business growth.

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When it comes to building green, every decision matters. A product’s material makeup and manufacturing location not only impact the quality and strength of a product, but also these and other traits affect whether a product qualifies for a green building rating program.

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When there is a fire, it’s critical to consider smoke, water and fire damage in regards to drywall. Even though contractors use it every day, questions still remain about drywall, especially when it comes to drywall and fires.

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We all are, to some extent, creatures of habit. We religiously hit that alarm with the same “ugh” every morning, wake up, get dressed, press a button for a cup of coffee to flow out of a machine and get going—some with more pep than others.

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A roofer recently was telling a story about how many building owners invite him inside to take breaks during the squelching summer months. His reply always is a simple, “Thank you, but no. I’ll have a stroke.” He goes on to say people are sometimes taken aback by his remark or think he is kidding. In reality, going in and out of extreme hot and cold temperatures can cause heat stroke, and there is nothing funny about that.

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The winter weather is leaving us, the sun is getting brighter and warmer, and spring construction is gearing up. Find out what’s predicted for the rest of the year.

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