Water Well Journal

November 2022

Water Well Journal

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Right now, it's still difficult times, still recovering from the pandemic, still supply chain issues, so anything that we can do for our membership to maximize their impact within the industry and the impact on the profitability of their businesses really should be the focus of our year moving forward. Jason House, LG, PG in "A Servant Leader", page 32 PUNCH LIST The December issue of Water Well Journal will focus on the state of the industry. In it will be a feature article on documenting training and determining how to train new hires. waterwelljournal.com 68 n November 2022 WWJ The thing that really spoke to me about flat rate was that time and material doesn't reward me for being better at my job. Pierce Kiltoff in "Flat-Rate Pricing", page 19 I'm not opposed to rules and regulations in general as they create a level playing field and a barrier to entry for the lower-priced competition. Pierce Kiltoff in "WWJ Closeup", page 9 Your business wasn't built in a day. Your succession plan won't be completed in a day either. But one bad day combined with a failure to plan could mean instantaneous disaster for your business and financial ruin for your family. Eric Duffee in "Succession Planning 101", page 24 Sudden cardiac arrest can occur at work and on jobsites. According to recent statistics from the American Heart Association, there are 250,000 out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrests annually. Alexandra Walsh in "When Life Is Measured in Minutes", page 40 I think of combating lost returns this way: I don't know where that lost drilling fluid is going, so hit it hard and stop it because it might end up in the neighbor's water well. Jeff Blinn in "Lost Drilling Returns", page 38

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