Monthly Archives: August 2013
12 August 2013 = Cancer Free For Me!
As of Monday, August 12, 2013, it’s official. I’m CANCER FREE! And all of this is 5 months. Here’s what I learned from March 28th to August 12th: 1) Always listen to your mother 2) It’s not a lump. … Continue reading
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Applying or Understanding?
I have a huge problem when courses, workshops, seminars, trainings, call-it-what-you-will that uses the word “understanding” as an objective. I propose a 3-step experiment 1: Ask dozen 8yr-olds if they understand why they need to say please, excuse me and … Continue reading
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