From the monthly archives: September 2014

While working in the field of Asset Management, formerly known as Maintenance and Reliability, for over 30 years, I have worked with my share of Managers and Leaders. Those who have known me for years know that I started in the field as a Pipefitter Apprentice, worked as a Journeyman and Team Leader for a […]

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Life’s Big Steps

On September 4, 2014 By

I wrote the following to my three children nearly 10 years ago. Our first was about to leave the nest, our second would be heading off to College and our third would be entering High School.

Today our Granddaughter took that first big step onto the school bus and our Grandson will soon take those […]

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My Take On Disruptive Passengers

On September 3, 2014 By

Excuse me, do you mind…

Three times in the last week a US based commercial flight has had to make an unscheduled landing as a result of passengers arguing about legroom.  It seems today’s airline passengers are upset with the lack of legroom in the coach cabin. They blame the airlines for continuously […]

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