Top Takeaways HVACR SYMPOSIUM 2023
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Ty Branaman was a returning speaker at this year’s symposium. He keeps coming back because he enjoys seeing so many dedicated people come together to learn and connect with each other. Ty’s top tip for people in the industry is to never stop learning. He’s always learning about airflow and feels that the symposium challenges him to keep learning and growing.
Dr. Allison Bailes spoke at this year’s symposium and enjoyed seeing so many field professionals come to the symposium with the intent of putting everything they’ve learned into practice. Dr. Bailes’s tip is not to believe everything you’re told and to consider the bigger picture.
Longtime contributor Eric Kaiser enjoys learning new things, seeing old friends, meeting new friends, and having great conversations at the symposium. His top tip is to throw your ego out the window and be willing to learn. His wife, Rachel, is also amazed by how much the attendees want to learn and how engaged they are.
RACT manual co-authors Jason Obrzut and Eugene Silberstein are excited to see attendees who want to leave the trade better than they found it. Andy Holt, Bill Spohn, and Mike Pastorello also shared their symposium highlights in this video.
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