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Month: September 2016

Catching Kittens for Fun and Profit

Catching Kittens for Fun and Profit

I had quite a time on my way to work this morning. My friend came and picked me up like normal (I’ve been working in a warehouse with him doing electronics assembly while I work out my upcoming Praxis apprenticeship), though he was running a little late. As we headed down the freeway, my friend spotted a kitten huddled up between the right lane and the merging lane of an on-ramp. As we continued toward our exit, he asked “Do…

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Getting Back on the Bike

Getting Back on the Bike

Well, this is awkward. I accepted a challenge to write a blog post every day for thirty days, and that was six weeks ago. I’ll be putting a pin in my read-through and application of the principles in Getting Things Done because I’ve accepted a new challenge as part of the Praxis curriculum. This week, I’ll be reading You Can’t Teach a Kid to Ride a Bike at a Seminar by David H. Sandler, one of the best-selling books on…

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