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Jason Hoevelmann's Blog – May 2014 Archive (2)

Are You the Example?

It's very hard to set expectations for your crew if you have none for yourself.

It's very hard to make your crew better if you don't make yourself better.

It's very hard to hold your crew to high standards if you don't hold yourself to those same standards.


Added by Jason Hoevelmann on May 30, 2014 at 12:38pm — No Comments

Ice Breakers

I recently watched a short program about the large, powerful ships that break ice near the poles of Earth for other ships. These machines are enormous and create a phenomenal amounts of power.

Some of the most powerful are powered by nuclear means and can break ice in the oceans and seas as thick as 10 feet. The ships power provides the energy to push and plow through the ice while it's weight and super thick hull do the work and protect the ship from damage.

As the ship moves…


Added by Jason Hoevelmann on May 1, 2014 at 1:00pm — 1 Comment

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