Tag Archives: Bill Yeargin

Boating and the environment

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By Bill Yeargin Labor Day afternoon I received an email from the White House inviting me to join President Trump and other leaders the next day for an event regarding Florida’s environment. Florida’s environment has always been important to me and the event was at one of our state’s most special sites, the Jupiter Lighthouse, so I quickly accepted. During ...

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Busting the creativity myth

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By Bill Yeargin This blog, without hyperbole, could change your life. First, imagine what your life would be like if you were more creative. Would life be more fun? Would people find you more interesting? Would you do better in your job? Make more money? Would you have a more positive impact on the world? I’ll bet the answer to ...

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Thank You, Secretary Bernhardt

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Last week our team was honored with a visit from U.S. Secretary of the Interior, David Bernhardt. Secretary Bernhardt, the 53rd Secretary of the Interior manages over 20% of the land in the United States, a huge responsibility, so we appreciated his visit. I had met Secretary Bernhardt previously at a White House meeting, but this visit was the first ...

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Boating – The 2020 Antidote

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By Bill Yeargin It seems unnecessarily obvious to state this but, so far, 2020 has been challenging. First, dealing with COVID-19 and now experiencing the unrest over inequalities in our country. To many, it seems like we should hit a “reset” button on the year. Despite the chaos, people are looking for ways to reconnect with those most important to ...

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Being “crisis ready”

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By Bill Yeargin The past 100 years has seen one crisis after another; WWI, the Spanish Flu, the stock market crash, the Great Depression, WWII, Korean War, flu’s of the 50’s and 60’s, Vietnam War, Oil Embargo, inflation, sky high interest rates, the ‘87 stock market crash, the Gulf War, 9/11, the Great Recession and now COVID-19. You’d think we ...

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Surf’s Up

By David Gee Up. That’s about the only direction the towboat segment has known for some time, give or take a few tough months. Bigger boats. Heavier boats. Boats with more ballast. Boats with more features. Higher price tags. And more sales. And 2020 continued that trend. For a short while anyway. Malibu Boats, for example, reported in February that ...

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Lessons from Gulliver’s Travels

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By Bill Yeargin Interested in a classic book that is fun to read and full of leadership lessons? Read (or re-read) Gulliver’s Travels. Gulliver’s Travels, written by Jonathan Swift, is the first-person account of Lemuel Gulliver, an English surgeon and sea captain who visits remote regions of the world. A brief reminder of Gulliver’s four trips is as follows: - ...

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Correct Craft supports “Blue Mind” dictionary entry

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The Cambridge Dictionary is considering the addition of “blue mind” into its next update, an addition highly supported by Correct Craft. To be added to the Cambridge Dictionary, the phrase must receive adequate votes indicating support of the proposal. People can vote to include “blue mind” into the Cambridge Dictionary here. Blue mind is an idea that was developed by ...

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Don’t just restart your business – “reset” it

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By Bill Yeargin These are extremely stressful times for business leaders. We are all wondering what we should be doing during this period of uncertainty. There is no playbook to read; we are writing it. With the many challenges leaders are currently experiencing, it may seem too early to be thinking about reopening your closed (or soon to be closed ...

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Correct Craft steps up during coronavirus crisis

Correct Craft’s team has stepped up to join in the fight against COVID-19. The company and its subsidiaries are working to serve in this global pandemic by helping fill the gap of PPE (personal protective equipment) shortages in local communities across the country. Some examples of work being done by Correct Craft companies include: Centurion & Supreme Boats have donated ...

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