To be successful, both in your personal life and your business life, one needs to have a healthy measure of self confidence. Whether you were born with full serving of self confidence or whether you need to work on it, there are several steps you can take to boost your self confidence and your self esteem, including:
Added by Rex Richard on June 24, 2013 at 4:00am — No Comments
In order to ensure a long-lasting and stain resistance finish, new quality pool plaster (including quartz and pebble) requires at least six to eight hours of proper curing (humidity) before filling with water, and requires the fill water to have a positive Saturation Index (LSI) of about +0.5.
If new pool plaster is submerged in water too early, or the fill water is low in calcium hardness and alkalinity (negative LSI), some plaster material will dissolve from the surface, creating…Continue
Even as a solopreneur there is a chance you will work with contractors and you may grow your business large enough that you will need to hire staff. When that time arises, as the business owner you may be asked to provide feedback to a team member on a project he or she is involved in. As with all communications, the words as well as the tone influence how the feedback is received and digested by the person to whom…Continue
Added by Rex Richard on June 17, 2013 at 4:27pm — No Comments
First of all, I would like to admit that it has been way too long since I have really participated here at the PGN and I am SORRY! I miss you all very much, but my focus has been laser targeted lately, and I simply haven't had the opportunity to join you in discussion. I hope that will be changing now, and I am really looking forward to spending more time here again.
Next, I recently wrote a blog post that I thought would go over well here. So, I am sharing it. I hope you…Continue
The first picture shows white streaking on dark colored plaster caused by excessive and inappropriate water troweling, and the addition of calcium chloride to color pigmented plaster. In time, the color pigment is dissolved and lost from the plaster finish due to the porosity caused by the above issues. This shows that “white streaking” can sometimes occur as opposed to “white spotting.”…Continue
Added by Kim Skinner on June 4, 2013 at 6:17pm — No Comments