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You find "Rigging Products" in the funniest places

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

One of our employees was "out on the town" in Houston, TX ... where our home office is and saw this old hoist holding up the taps for their beer.

Thebelow photo was taken at the Revolver Bar here in Houston.

Try Something New This Year!

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

It's a new year lets mix things up a bit ...

If you are like most people, setting goals doesn’t work very well.

Statistically, most people have forgotten their goals by late January.

You could try something different this year…

The Greatest Inventor No One Has Ever Heard Of

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

Philo Farn sworh is a name not many people know. He is the man who invented the television.

Farnsworth was born in 1906 in a log cabin in Utah. He was uncommonly bright and devoured everything
he could read and find on science and technology.

Time Vampires - Take Back Your Day

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

The Vampire. A mythical creature created by the human imagination whose only food source is warm blood - the precious (and scary) commodity that keeps vampires alive.

Vampires have regained popularity. If you live with teenagers, you’re already (perhaps painfully) aware of this fact! Vampires conjure images of terror and intrigue as they suck the life out of everything they encounter.

The Best Ways to Ensure New Year’s Resolution Success

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

We all decide that 2016 is going to be the year we become a millionaire, get that body we’ve always wanted, and promise that our buddies are never going to have to take us home drunk again.

Believe it or not, New Year’s Resolutions can have a big impact on our lives. But you need to do several things to make them work: Pick wisely, work hard, work smart, and be honest with yourself.

Simultaneous vs Incremental

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

Most of us have been trained to operate incrementally.

Do one thing and then move on to the next thing

and so on and so on….

Should business & creativity intersect?

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

We tend to think of creativity being the domain of artists. Business people – especially entrepreneurs - are regularly called on to be creative and innovate, to come up with new ideas, test and implement them if they work.

Here’s a fascinating bit of insight into creativity – George Land did some research years back using a test developed for him by NASA to determine the creativity of children in various age groups. They used a numbered scale and considered anyone who got 10 out of 10 to be a genius.

Business, meet science ...

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago

On the continuing theme of innovation, it’s an interesting place where science and business and marketing meet.

History has no shortage of stories about the person who invented the ‘thing’ not being the person who ends of profiting from the ‘thing’.

Why? Usually they’re lacking the business savvy it takes to get their idea (protected!) from the lab to the market.

Meeting John Rich ...

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

I was recently in Dallas, Texas where I had the pleasure of meeting John Rich after a speech he gave to about a thousand people. He had some very intersting things to say... If you don't know John Rich, he is best known as part of the country music's duo, Big and Rich and was the most recent winner of Donald Trump's "The Apprentice."


John has an interesting story. He was born in Amarillo, Texas and grew up in a trailer park. "I wanted to be a country star and I didn't have a back up plan. Succeeding on my first plan was my only option." In order to accomplish this, John wrote more than 2000 songs and did not produce a good song until reaching 600 songs!!!

John Rich - the rest of his story

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

With the leadoff single to his first solo project, John Rich has captured the tenor of a troubled age. "Shuttin' Detroit Down," a populist anthem that gives voice to millions of hard-working Americans who have watched an economic elite benefit while the nation's economy collapses, has quickly swept the nation. Its premiere airing on Detroit country radio stations galvanized the working class in the beleaguered blue-collar city, and the universality of its sentiment lit up phone lines across the country and made it the fastest-rising single of Rich's storied career.

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