If at first you don't succeed, get a bigger hammer.
Did your grandparents ever share any stories about growing up in the country?
This building size should capture a segment of the market that we feel is active and has not been previously targeted in the Lincoln County Industrial Park
We need to do a better job of treating our residents.
I'm out there most every night, ... My work schedule, of course, is pretty rigid, but every moment I'm not working, I try to find time to be out there talking with constituents, and I feel very positive.
My job is to persuade people to toe the line and play within the laws of the game.
Coaches do so much research about a referee because they believe refereeing is such a crucial part of the game that the result may hinge on what we say or do. They probably know more about me than I know myself!
I do my own analysis on the teams I am refereeing. I will know some of the personalities, the players who could be difficult customers in a scrum situation, the ones I am going to have to really work hard on early in the game to get what I want.
The objective of a referee is not to get mentioned. I tell a lot of young referees that not being mentioned is king. If you can achieve that, that then it has been a pretty good game.
The scrum and the tackle are the two really contentious areas of the game. If you get those two aspects right, most rugby matches will work in your favour.
But then southern hemisphere teams are more skilful than their northern hemisphere counterparts, which means games can be easier to referee.
I have three tools at my disposal - my whistle, my body language and my talk. It is a question of how I marry them up to try to get the players around to my way of thinking.
I could give 48 penalties in every match if I wanted to. It is a question of sometimes choosing what is - in your own mind - of material importance and what isn't, what might be a crucial potential penalty and what might not be.