Todays Testo: Nasa, forbidden Dancing and Hawaii
No day is a new day, the past is just as important as the present and to grow, evolve and move forward we need to learn from what has come before. This approach applies almost universally to all areas of life, not least to science, technology and innovation.
As well as being the same date that Nasa lost contact with the Mars Observer spacecraft (a program which cost $980 million), and that an ordinance was passed in Michigan which forbade dancers to gaze into their partners eyes, it is also the same date that Hawaii was declared the 50th US State.
With this move, President Eisenhower was looking to push the United States of America forward, to expand their horizons (or borders) and continue to progress his country. Now if we look back now at his adoption of Hawaii as the 50th US State we can see that this move had some brilliant effects for the US. Hawaii is a state of rich heritage and astounding natural beauty and its attractions make it a holiday destination that people flock to on holiday both from the US and further abroad – this is something which we could all look to learn from.
The only way to make progress, whether as an individual, a country or indeed a business, is to always be pushing forward and always looking to expand and improve. If there is an area of exceptional depth and beauty that you think you should be welcoming into your life (be it personal or professional), think of what you might be missing, think of what you might gain, think of Hawaii.
If, for example, you run a business and you’re looking at the potential to move into a new market – such as expanding to offer thermal imaging surveys as one of your services – you should be able to see the parallels with Hawaii. Thinking of moving into a new territory might seem daunting and the initial outlay of both time and money might be fairly significant but it is only through positive moves and stepping forward that we ever progress and succeed. The potential wealth of experience and growth that committing to an expansion like this is huge, as can be in the example of the US and Hawaii.
So do it today, make positive moves, step forward and seize the opportunity to expand and if thermal imaging is the green pasture that you have your sights locked on then you need to look at the Testo range of thermal imaging cameras now.
(If thermography is not your thing, have a look at the full Testo range of measurement instruments – there are opportunities for everyone.)
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