Different Types of Automatic Gates

There are different types of automatic gates to meet all of your needs. In this article we are going to go over the different types of automatic gates. Automatic gates usually operate in three different ways. They can either slide, lift or even swing open. They are more commonly made out of certain materials. They…

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Humidity and Moisture Levels In The Home

Clueless about humidity levels in the home? If you’re reading this article, then you no doubt have some questions regarding humidity levels such as what is a suitable humidity for home? What is Relative Humidity (RH)? Or just how can dehumidifiers for home use help with dealing with your humidity levels? Below, everything you need…

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Appreciation – How Full Is Your Bucket?

David Brandt Berg wrote, “Always remember, everyone is hungry for praise and starving for honest appreciation!” The book, How Full Is Your Bucket? Positive Strategies for Work and Life, was mentioned several times on the discussion lists to which I belong. So, I was delighted to find the CD audio program of it this past…

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Bulldozer Personalities in the Workplace

D type personalities (“D” referring to the DISC personality profile system) are the bulldozers among us that concentrate on completing tasks, often times at the expense of the people around them. These are the General Pattons of this world, the Jack Welchs, the Stormin’ Normans (Norman Schwarzkopf) the Mr T’s. These are the individuals that…

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A Book Review – ‘The Sett’ by Ranulph Fiennes

A Book Review of ‘The Sett’ by Ranulph Fiennes. Published 1996 by William Heinemann. London. This incredible biography leaves the reader thinking ‘could this really be true?’ This mild mannered, archetypal man called Alex Goodman, (not his real name), should surely be the hero of the next action packed blockbuster. An Accountant by profession, his…

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How to Build a Cobblestone House

He huffed and he puffed and he blew the house down – certainly not if the house was built with cobblestones. Building cobblestone houses was a folk art that flourished in upstate New York from 1825 until the Civil War in 1860. Many of the 700+ cobblestone homes that were built survive today, a testament…

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