We’re all about helping our clients. Including helping them save money! As you’ve seen in some of our previous posts, we also advocate for putting the phone down and getting away from the screens from time to time. Especially when you’re with your family or other loved ones... So today we’re happy to provide some tips on being more productive. Without downloading another app or buying another gadget. We all want to work smarter, not harder!
February 11 is National Inventor’s Day! Some of our readers know how we got started with our risers, but many of you don’t. Our story explains why we’re so passionate about saving the backs of other people… because we had to save ours to make it happen!
Last week in light of Data Privacy Day we discussed some techniques for keeping your online info safe. This week we’re all about keeping our tickers safe... You already know the basics (we have SMART readers here at Lift Your Table™!) ... Eat healthy, get some exercise, stop smoking if you already smoke, cut back on the booze. All of this advice works for preventing cancer too... But how about going a little farther?
We talk a lot about safety on our blog! It’s important for everyone. Most of our EHS management clients think about the physical safety of themselves and their workers... Online safety is key too, whether you’re in safety management or you’re a DJ or a quilter or office worker trying to make your space ergonomic. January 28 is Data Privacy Day, which means it’s a terrific time to review your online security.
Though we love all hobbies, we have a special love for crafters, quilters and sewers! Why!? We get the BEST feedback from them in our annual survey. Telling us how thrilled they are to be able to work at what they love...and for longer periods...since they found our folding table risers! And we love to help save their backs by lifting up the surfaces that they work on.
January 16 is Get to Know Your Customers Day. Even if you don’t own your own business, it’s important that you know your customers!...Your customer might be pretty clear: the audience at the trade show, the people who hire you to DJ their wedding, dog owners. But what if you’re working for a company?