The craziness in the markets will have an impact on our industry, but what does it mean? I do not know, but experience tells me that we will not only get through it, we will come out on the other side as something different.
craziness in the markets will have an impact on our industry, but what does it
mean? I do not know, but experience tells me that we will not only get through
it, we will come out on the other side as something different.
is something that I have grown to love for some reason. On a personal level, I
just seem to do better when life and business move at an uncomfortably fast
pace. When things slow down (in my world anyway) that is when the real hustling
in the comfort zone of, “Everything is going right,” I tend to be cautious and
constantly in wait of the other shoe to drop. When things are going to hell in
a handcart my senses tend to be a bit more alert with the added adrenaline
flow. I tend to be calmer and even a bit more optimistic - ready to take on
is not just because it gives us more to write about. I am involved in the
roofing industry and make my living here. I suppose it is just more interesting
to work in a situation where I am more challenged than usual.
that’s just me. Tell me what you think about all this craziness.
Damato of The Day Is ... "The Trading Gods Must Be Crazy!"
By Rick Damato
Rick Damato is the editorial director of Roofing Contractor. He has held a number of posts in the roofing industry since 1974 and has contributed to the magazine since its inception in 1981. He can be reached at 770-331-7858 or on Twitter @RoofsByRick.