Taking pride in our work I was chatting with my dad recently and he shared a story about how his neighbor needed to fix their house roof. They did their research and contracted the best rated roofing contractor in the area. To access the roof, the contractor had to erect scaffolding to "fix" the roof.
Something I love about my job is that there is nowhere to hide. We are all in the middle of the most complex puzzle trying to fit all the pieces together seamlessly to create the perfect outcome. Building a business is a bit like mystery puzzles: you have one representative piece and some descriptive adjectives
Being Antifragile to Adapt Purposefully It’s often said “change is the only constant in life.” Despite this (or perhaps because of it), people have an instinctive desire to create “stability” and “safety” -- situations we think we can control and are comfortable in. That longing can make us reactionary rather than proactive in our outlook.
Uggghhhhhh, what just happened? Am I in one piece? Can I move everything? What's that screaming? Oh man, is my bike okay? These were the first thoughts that went through my head a few weekends ago, and no, I wasn’t totally prepared for the unexpected on this occasion. I have lived and worked through many
Here at VECKTA we spend a lot of time talking about distributed energy systems (DES). The belief at the core of our business is that the future of energy lies not in massive centralized energy production and distribution, but in smaller, interconnected systems, capable of integrating with, or working independently from the central grid as
The modern world is built on the back of outdated, dirty, and all-too-vulnerable technology. Cutting edge companies rely on systems designed and built decades ago. Centralized fossil-fueled power plants, inefficient and challenging to maintain delivery systems, and ageing infrastructure make up the crumbling foundation our economies are built upon. In recent years, severe weather events