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Monday, May 28, 2007

Rapid Fire Learning - May 2007


Another month slips from us this year. Five down, seven remain. Taking stock of the learnings with a few days left this month I find:
  1. Good customer service is still possible
  2. Good news can be found
  3. Franklin took one step towards self-sufficiency but the road ahead is still fraught with troubles
  4. Surprise, I am not alone in believing in life, long learning
  5. Danny Meyer's "always be collecting the dots"
What have you learned this month?

Share it here in a comment, or write about it on your blog and trackback to Terry Starbucker's posting on Joyful, Jubilant Learning.

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Comments on "Rapid Fire Learning - May 2007"

 

Blogger Terry Starbucker said ... (2:58 PM) : 

Bravo Steve, thanks for pitching in with your 5. What a month of learning! Thanks, and hope you are having a great holiday weekend (I'd think your getting the same nice weather up there we're getting over here). All the best.

 

Blogger ME Strauss said ... (6:01 PM) : 

What fun it was following you links to learn what you learned -- in more than one sense of the words. Thanks for this. :)

 

Blogger Steve Sherlock said ... (7:19 PM) : 

Terry, you are most welcome. The weather has been mostly cooperative. A couple of sprinkles came down this morning and we're getting some more now but not too much to worry about. I trust your weekend is glorious!


Liz, you are most welcome. a little fun learning goes a long way!

thanks for stopping by!

 

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