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More Growing Up . . .

Well, if you followed my last post, Growing Up and Experiential Learning, you are probably wondering how the driving lessons are going.  Here’s an update on the current state of affairs. I am pleased to report that there have been no … Continue reading

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Growing Up and Experiential Learning . . .

Growing old is mandatory; growing up is optional. ~ Chili Davis If I really stretch my little grey cells and concentrate I can just remember what it was like being 13 years old.  It’s hazy, but some of the emotions … Continue reading

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The “other side” of Autopilot . . .

I’ve been on autopilot too long.  -Ken Campbell As I mentioned in a previous posting, the Autopilot is an important element of safe long distance air transportation.  In the human being, the ability to be on autopilot while performing repetitive and often mundane … Continue reading

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