Home Inspector Round Table

August 26, 2007 · Print This Article

Bob Kille Acuspect Home InspectionThe Arizona American Society of Home Inspectors educational conference has come and gone. As always, the ones who just can’t get enough education, stay awhile and talk over a few beers.

The last to leave the conference room, it struck me funny that those that need the interaction of the fellowship the most, the new entrants, sought out their education only from the classes offered. It has been my experience that going early and staying late has always been much more educational than the actual event. The lunches and the breaks are where I have personally benefited from a lot of good inside advice, well worth the admission.

In my opinion these events are more about creating relationships than they are about the class offerings. That’s probably a secret, whoops. While the classes may be educational, not showing up early and/or staying late to strike up conversations at these events is a huge mistake. If your the insecure type and just can’t get up the nerve to start up a conversation or step into a gathered circle, seek out some help before its too late.

Home inspection, in case you haven’t figured it out yet, is a relationship business.

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