Chad's Chatters

Real Kindness Seeks No Return

During this time of year, it is not uncommon to hear of kind acts shown towards our fellow man. You probably saw an “Angel Tree” in several businesses, as well as in most churches. Picking an angel off a tree and knowing that you would be able to fulfill the wishes of a little child

Dec 27, 2011 / by Alisa Hafen / No Comments

Thy Will Be Done

This Christmas season, I want to take a few moments and share something that is very sacred and dear to me – my testimony of Jesus Christ. This is not an attempt to preach or convert. I truly respect those of all beliefs, as well as those who believe there is nothing more after this

Dec 23, 2011 / by Alisa Hafen / 2 Comments

Preventing Back Injuries

Back injuries are cited as the most common reason for absenteeism in the general workforce.  Over 80 percent of adults are estimated to experience a back injury in their lifetime and about 10 percent will suffer a re-injury. Many occupations, such as construction, mining, factory work, and even routine office work can place significant demands

Dec 21, 2011 / by Alisa Hafen / No Comments

Happy Holidays 2011

Happy Holidays from the Chad Hymas Family 2011

Dec 21, 2011 / by Alisa Hafen / No Comments

Kindness Is In Our Power

Random acts of kindness are performed every day. For example, I believe there are many people out there who have let someone cut in line at a gas station or grocery store. I have also seen strangers approach soldiers in airports, expressing their gratitude for their service to our country. However, if you were to

Dec 20, 2011 / by Alisa Hafen / No Comments

Shoot for the Moon

With the New Year rapidly approaching, most of us will take some time to reflect on the changes we want to make, and resolve to follow through on those changes. I believe setting goals for the coming year is always a good thing. We all have hopes for a better and happier future and should

Dec 17, 2011 / by Alisa Hafen / No Comments

Don’t Be The Weakest Link

Firemen go into burning buildings as a team. If the one carrying the hose has not previously checked to see that it is working, what could happen? He would not only be endangering the lives of his fellow firemen, but perhaps the lives of the family in that burning home as well. Performance is a

Dec 14, 2011 / by Alisa Hafen / No Comments

Tallying Your Talents

Many people waste a lot of energy wishing they could do things that they can’t. When we see exceptional athletes, such as Michael Jordan or Larry Bird, some of us want to be just like them; or we hear a stirring speech from John F. Kennedy or Martin Luther King, who could inspire so many

Dec 13, 2011 / by Alisa Hafen / 2 Comments

Planting Seeds Daily

Do you think you would have a garden if you planted 3 seeds a day – starting today? How long would it take before you would see a full garden growing? Some flowers will pop up right away. Others might take a little longer. Oh sure, you’ll have weeds come up as well; but carefully

Dec 09, 2011 / by Alisa Hafen / 1 Comment

Commitment To Work

Safety must be our focus and our passion.  Fostering a safety culture is a primary responsibility for anyone in a leadership role.  That means demonstrating an unwavering commitment to safety and having zero tolerance for unsafe actions and behaviors.  Every employee should recognize the importance of doing their job safely.    Just a few days

Dec 07, 2011 / by Alisa Hafen / No Comments
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