Monday, October 2nd, 2017 by Danielle Beaver
“At 211 degrees, water is hot. At 212 degrees, it boils. And with boiling water, comes steam… And with steam, you can power a train.”
According to authors Sam Parker and Mac Anderson, by raising the temperature by one extra degree, you make enough of a change to power something huge. 212 The Extra Degree explains this change as putting forth the effort to achieve what you originally thought was unachievable.
“212 is not only a message of action- it’s a message of persistent and additional action- the continual application of heat (effort) to whatever task or activity you undertake in order to achieve not only the primary objective you seek, but to reap the exponential rewards that are possible by applying one extra degree of effort.”
The extra degree essentially means having: confidence, a positive attitude, responsibility, and determination in every job/action you take.
“Triumph often is nearest when defeat seems inescapable.” -B.C. Forbes, founder & publisher of Forbes magazine (1880-1954)
Here at Bone Dry, we live by this mantra. We believe there is a difference between asking and doing; we take action and ownership in every job we do. We turn up the heat “one extra degree” and get you results.
Our salesmen go the extra degree by being as knowledgeable as possible on your roofing options and helping you understand the roofing process. Our specialists go the extra degree by working as quickly and efficiently as possible based upon your roofs needs. Ultimately, everyone at Bone Dry strives to give you the best customer service.
For more information on how to turn up the heat, read 212 The Extra Degree by Sam Parker and Mac Anderson.