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Operating a Business in the “Learning Space.”

Operating a Business in the “Learning Space.” For the week’s blog on Lifelong Learning, our Founder Ron Slee addresses the topic of operating a business in the “Learning Space.” Our backgrounds, Caroline and I, are in education. More specifically in Classroom Face-to-Face Teaching. As teachers we are concerned with our students and their growth and […]


Managing for Success

Managing for Success Guest writer Arlen Swenson takes readers through what makes or breaks a product in the market with his blog post, “Managing for Success.” Managing for Success Most of us look for ways to be successful in our work and business careers, but what are the basics of getting there and then exceeding […]


Performance vs. Potential…Is There a Difference?

Performance vs. Potential…Is There a Difference? Our new guest writer Seth McColley is a HR professional with more than 25 years of diverse, action-packed experience across a number of industries such as telecommunications, restaurant/hospitality, distribution, software, retail and construction/heavy equipment. He has worked for some of the largest Fortune 500 companies and been able to […]


Does Anyone Know the Skills Required For a Job?

Does Anyone Know the Skills Required For a Job? When you first seek employment, do you know all of the ins and outs of the job you’re applying to do? Founder and managing member Ron Slee takes a look at skills in his learning post for this week: Does Anyone Know the Skills Required For […]


Construction Equipment Used Parts

Construction Equipment Used Parts Guest writer Alex Weaver writes this blog post tonight on the topic of Construction Equipment Used Parts. Construction Equipment Used Parts is similar, in some ways, to the automobile or on-highway truck salvage business. A core is purchased for salvage, disassembled, parts are evaluated for inventory, and some parts and components […]


Developing a Value Based Training Culture

Developing a Value Based Training Culture Tonight, we are happy to introduce a new guest writer, Mick Vaught. In his first blog for us, Developing a Value Based Training Culture, Mick emphasize the incredible importance of employee development. Mick was born and raised in the small town of Williamsburg, Virginia, located in the South East […]


Friday Filosophy v.05.27.2022

Friday Filosophy v.05.27.2022 Friedrich August von Hayek, CH (8 May 1899 – 23 March 1992) was an Austrian–British economist and political philosopher. He became known because he strongly defended liberalism and free-market capitalism. He was against too much central control of the economy and society. He thought that forms of government like socialism were not good for the economy, and damaged freedom of the individual. Hayek’s signature work, The Road to Serfdom, […]