Elevator Radio Show 433 - Week 07/06/16

I enjoyed a summer thunderstorm as I made it into the office this morning to do the show. It’s been a while since I’ve been able to enjoy the power that lightening holds as the sky illuminated with powerful flashes.  I always feel so small whenever I’m in a storm like this which made me realize, and want to share that never ever believe that your actions or words are insignificant in any way.  We all have the ability to change a negative attitude filled with concern into a positive one.  I mentioned on last week’s show how important it is for each of us to share the message of safety with those we run into who are truly interested in the work we all do. I appreciate Bob Shepherd (NAESA International Exec Director) pointing this out at the Elevator U Conference in Quincy.  You and I are unique in what we do for a living; we’re a small population of the working class.  Take pride in being part of this awesome industry and share the how to ride elevators, escalators and moving walkways safely. There were once again too many accidents on the show which could have been prevented.