So true.As an engineer, I lit into a group of managers who asked for a report of what products “we” can provide. My response was simply NO.I am NOT going to enumerate the millions of products I can design to production.
You, the Manager must ASK for what you want,I, the Engineer will uses existing technologies to realize your request at the best cost.
That is how it works.
Yes,College/University is to make you a more productive member of society.You become paid by what you know, what you can do with your mind and not what you can do with your hands(manual=hand labor).
If you graduate with un-productive skills, you have spent your time and money recreationally. Fun, nice, memorable but not productive.
As Mike Rowe once said; “Don’t follow your passion; follow the opportunity.”
I see great potential in Tiffanyif she follows her opportunities.
Listen to what they have to say.
Before there is understanding, there is information.
You must be willing to listen before you can learn.
Otherwise you are just a bigot, exactly what you condemn.
Listen, Learn, understand; You don’t have to agree, you just have to know.
Played that album on the turntable for hours.Some of those songs echo thru my head even today.
In a little over a month,
you will be able to go to DisneyWorld Magic Kingdom, “Hall of Presidents” and see all 44 US Presidents, the 44th being D.Trump who will give a small speech which is given by B.Obama now.
It is full of US History from the President’s seal to biographies of various popular Presidents.
You get to hear “Abraham Lincoln” give a short speech and see a life-like version of each of the 43, now 44 US Presidents.
Regardless of you nationality or political affiliation, I suggest you go(now or later). It is one reason that Disney World is more than just a “theme” park.
Sexism will never end as long as it is ok for a woman to hit a man for making an insensitive remark.
Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer.and of course
Charlie Brown Christmas is great because of the “Linus speech”;
SnoBall, FatChance, Its only Money.
Great lottery ticket names.
Yes, I do read the background too.
“I celebrate the birth of my savior with Christmas presents.”
Every year I say this as I walk around work handing out presents on the Friday before Christmas. I give out about 100 or so Christmas presents, repeating the “birth of my savior” to everyone.
This is an international company. I get to give Christmas presents to people from all over the world and all walks of faith. One of the best things about working in a big company.