“I don’t know what’s going on with the economy. I’m just going to wait and see what happens.” “I think we better wait until after the presidential election before making any big changes.” “The rising cost of diesel is killing us. We can’t make any changes until the price goes down.” “It’s the wrong time of the year… we need to wait until next fall.”
“I need a piece of used galvanized screw about 10 or 12 feet long, with trough. Do you have any?” This truly reflects the mind set of too many icemen still caught up in the way it was done in the 1970s.
investments for their ice company. An important ongoing investment for every ice company is ice merchandisers, and year after year AIS recommends the Leer brands of ice merchandisers to our clients.
Business owners, directors and managers live a paradoxical life. Most discover at some point in their life that general contentment is a link to happiness. The paradox is that the contentment, or comfort zone, that we seek in our personal lives can destroy the growth of a business. When we become too comfortable with the ways things are and stop striving for the way things could be, we set the course for the demise of our business.