Hammer or Keyboard
Thank you for spending your time looking at our new website.
My wife and I have done many remodeling projects in our current home, which is
also our place of business, and we know they take way more time and energy
than first expected. I now realize this is also true when creating a website.
If you have ever been in your own remodeling project, you probably have asked yourself a few questions. One of those questions might have been, "What have I gotten myself into?" Another could have been, "Whose idea was this? Oh yeah, it was mine." The last one for me was a revelation more than a question, "Who needs to sleep anyway!"
Sometimes during a remodeling/building project unplanned events happen. These events could be many different happenings like; spending 20% more on the overall project, redoing a mud job on the drywall, or tearing out wall that wasn't suppose to come down. Many of these unplanned events happen because of poor planning or communication. And yes, sometimes they pop up.
A simple swinging of a hammer can swiftly break down a wall of drywall.
One tap of the delete button and poof, the text is gone. A sharp unkind word toward a friend, relative, or a loved one could be just as devastating as a hammer or keyboard.
I view these sharp unkind words just like the 'unplanned event' as mentioned above.
A destructive word often causes great damage to both groups; who said it and who received it. Most arguments are unplanned events that just happen, usually over stupid stuff that doesn't matter in the grander scheme of things.
Building relationships, building a website, or a remodeling project takes time,
planning, and hard work.
"Treat everyone how I would like to be treated" is our business and life mantra.
So whether you use words, a hammer, or a keyboard, be careful.
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