059 Pinks and Blues


059 Pinks and Blues

Episode 59: Show Notes

 

On today’s Pinks and Blues episode we will be answering the following questions: 

 

 

  1. What are some of the items you’ve recommended on Scaling UP! H20?
  2. Titration – How can you find a new drop count when you change the sample size?
  3. How do I know if I am doing a good job since I am so new to the water treatment industry?

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Differences of RSI|LSI|PSI [0:03:22]
  • Finding tools to help us [0:05:24]
  • Changing sample size [0:10:12]
  • Knowing what test you are using [0:13:51]
  • Drop Test [0:14:00]
  • Keeping track on how you are doing as a water treater [0:14:42]
  • Importance of having a mentor [0:16:05]
  • And much more!

Tweetables:

“Get the people you trust that you want to become like. That you want to use what they’ve done so you can start going on that path.” @traceblackmore #scalinguph2o #scalingup #scalinguppodcast #scalingupnation #scalinguph2opinksandblues

“If you are not setting time deadlines to your goals, then they are no good!” @traceblackmore #scalinguph2o #scalingup #scalinguppodcast #scalingupnation #scalinguph2opinksandblues

“You have to work towards something or it’s just a dream and you’re never going to get there.” @traceblackmore #scalinguph2o #scalingup #scalinguppodcast #scalingupnation #scalinguph2opinksandblues

“Make the water industry better because you are in it. And because you are in it, be the best in what it is that you do.” @traceblackmore #scalinguph2o #scalingup #scalinguppodcast #scalingupnation #scalinguph2opinksandblues

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

046 The One About Phosphate Testing

024 The One With All the Questions

Audible

The Leathermen Supertool 300

Sunlite 51003

2 Replies to “059 Pinks and Blues”

  1. Hi have been listening for about 6-8 months now and you have helped me do my job a lot better. Love the “ punk&blues”. Keep up the great work, Slovenia your show.

    1. That is so great to hear Kevin. Glad we are helping you on your job. If you have any questions, just let me know. Thank you!

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