Tag Archives: childhood

Lean Communication – 3 Teaching Tips to Steer Clear

Today, Dec. 30, is my birthday.  It also happens to be my mom and dad’s anniversary.  Happy Birthday to me.  Happy Anniversary mom and dad. I remember telling this fact to a school teacher of mine (when I was young … Continue reading

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Lean Navigation Blunders (a.k.a. Why You Can’t Find Santa’s Workshop Using a Compass)

When I was ten years old, I had a dream.  No, not the ‘sound asleep on my pillow’ kind of dream.  More like a ‘Martin Luther King Jr.’ kind of dream.  Yes, I had a dream.  My dream was to travel to … Continue reading

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Career Satisfaction – The Smell of Burning Hotdogs

My earliest practical memory of experimenting with the principles of moonshine involved a 5th grade science project. I didn’t know it at the time, but forces beyond the comprehension of my ten year old sponge-like mind were combining and aligning; … Continue reading

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