Day eleven of our journey from Loganville, GA to Seabeck, WA: We arrived in Independence, MO, the launching point for the Land Grant Oregon Trail pioneers.
Twice a year I put on a one-hour sales seminar for our customers on the newest items in the market. During Session 5 of the LDL, we were challenged to put five times more enthusiasm into some aspect of our work. I decided to analyze and make some improvements in my program.
When my 15-year-old daughter, Marissa, comes to me with a problem, I’ve been in the habit of interrupting her and voicing my opinion on what she should do before she can even finish her sentence. She was always complaining that I never listened to her.
About six weeks before I received my red dot at Session 3 of the LDL, my wife and I found out that my sister-in-law (Wanda) was coming home from the Philippines on September 26. She had been gone for 18 months, so my wife and I decided that we would have a big party for her when she got home.
Seven years ago, this October, I was sailing my newly acquired sailboat, which was moored in Yaquina Bay at Newport. Along were my good friend and sailing mentor Joe, his wife Joanne, and my wife Waynette.
Over the summer of 2019, we drove across the United States, much of the time on back roads and we camped in 15 different states. I have marveled at the difference in quality, size, neatness and clutter of the homes we've driven by.
While I was an OEM Engineer, I was responsible for many things including cylinder design. One of our important clients asked for a bid on a limited budget, custom, attachment design.
Coal Miner’s Daughter
What is your legacy?
Day nine of our trip from Loganville, GA to Seabeck, WA: After a long drive from President Polk’s library in Columbia, TN, […]
The paving crew on the job I am running had somehow gotten the impression that we were on pace or ahead of our estimated production target and operating profitably. The truth was that we were over budgeted labor costs and a little behind schedule.