Monthly Archives: December 2018

Level Up!

Ever since my early childhood I’ve been a big fan of video games.  Whether it was playing early PC games with awful graphics with my dad, or gluing myself to any one of the many GameBoys during a long car ride, or one of the hundreds of game tournaments with my friends during sleepovers, or […]

Maybe You are a number, but not JUST as number?

 Michele Jackman Enterprises and Adventures   I must be honest, my first reaction to this site reminded me of the tattooed numbers on women who were neighborhood Mother surrogates for me after my Mother died when I was a toddler. This is the ultimate way numbers really can dehumanize.  When I was asked to publish […]

Ring the Bell, I’m Back!

After a brief hiatus, I am back to writing some blogs. This blog will be about a specific example that is touched upon in pervious blogs.  So, without further ado, let’s get started. In a blog titled “Possible Effects of an Internal Promotion”, date July 29, 2018, my father talks about how you may be […]

Cross Training – both the Optimistic and Pessimistic View

Recently I’ve noticed that the views on cross training haven’t changed much over the years. I find it very interesting how some view cross training as an opportunity while others see it as an inconvenience. Realize there are great benefits in being cross trained. Occasionally, I drive a shuttle for two different hotel chains separated […]