Dri Tech - July 2021


Adjusting your habits might seem difficult, but there’s actually a straightforward method. According to “Atomic Habits” by James Clear, every new habit has a simple formula behind it: motivation, ability, and prompt. Whether your reminder is an alarm at the same time every day or even another habit (“I’ll exercise before I take my morning shower”), make sure it’s part of any new process you implement. 3: Remember, work is flexible — your personal life isn’t. Bryan G. Dyson, CEO of The Coca-Cola Company, once told his staff, “Imagine life as a game in which you are juggling some five balls in the air. You name them — work, family, health, friends, and spirit — and you are keeping all of these in the air.” In his metaphor, work is a rubber ball. “If you drop it, it will bounce back. But the other four balls are made of glass. If you drop one of these, they will be irrevocably scuffed, marked, nicked, damaged, or even shattered. They will never be the same.”

When you’re constantly in the “zone” at work, you’re not always thinking about what’s best for your personal life. While many business owners prioritize balance, what will truly benefit both your home and work life? Check out these three tricks. 1: Start your day with a plan. We know what you’re thinking: Writing out your plan is more work than just doing it. The key is to plan whenever you can. If you jot down things you want to accomplish the following day as they come up, all you’ll need to do is spend a few minutes organizing your list the next morning.

Pro Tip: Remember to include time to unwind and relax!

2: Develop new and improved processes. While certain activities can’t be replaced with shortcuts (like spending time with family), consider ways to make your current processes more efficient and beneficial. For example, you can’t lose weight if you don’t change your diet and exercise.

We hope these tips help you protect the “glass balls” in your life!

DRI TECH SPOTLIGHT After Work Is Done, Glendy Keeps Customers Satisfied

Entropy is a fact of the universe. As Yeats once put it, things fall apart. No matter how good of a job we do putting on a roof, in time you’ll need a new one — hopefully much longer than usual, of course. Glendy, our customer service specialist, will tell you the same thing: “If something needs a patch or a leak repair, I get the phone call.” Since our roofs don’t leak that often, we keep her busy with a few other things as well. Glendy also handles the stuff that stops roofs from needing repairs or replacements, like scheduling service calls and making sure clients are satisfied with the work we’ve done. If we had trouble sourcing material on a job, and will have to come back to finish up a day or two of work, she keeps us on schedule and generally keeps track of our promises so that we can fulfill every one we make.

“Right now, it’s a lot of work,” Glendy says, referencing the perfect storm of material shortages that is carrying over from the pandemic as well as one of Dri Tech’s busiest years ever. To stay fresh for all that work, Glendy makes sure her time off is truly time away from the job. “My husband and I moved here five years ago and we love to travel — Napa Valley was a big favorite, because we love wine and wineries,” she tells us. “When we do travel, we like to hike and stay active, have an adventure and not just a trip.” Grounded by the pandemic, Glendy is itching for her next escape! We’re grateful for all her hard work. She keeps customers happy, and customer satisfaction is our number one goal. Thanks, Glendy!



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