Oops! Not Again!

Lest I seem to be judgmental, let’s start out with a professional revelation: I probably make hundreds of mistakes a year. In fact, it is possible I picked my career—one where mistakes are so intrinsic we call them “bugs” instead —because of a summer day when I was around ten, tossing a game of catch in a narrow NYC street. You see, I observed the dense proximity of windows all around and wondered how it was I hadn’t broken one yet. Within 5 minutes of that very thought, an errant throw of mine went through a neighbor’s window.  Oops! I knew then and there I was going to make plenty of mistakes.

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The Day You Appreciate the Tool / System / Software

manual food processorI like to cook my own dinners. Often these dinners require some amount of chopping—of garlic, peppers, olives, tomatoes, parsley, etc. I’m so used to the chopping that I used to not think much about it, until I saw a nifty kitchen gadget called the Kitchen King Pro Manual Food Processor. For some reason, the hand crank appealed to me: I would still be prepping my food (deserving of thanks for my “hard work”), but it would be easier. So I bought one.

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How to Get to a Billion Dollars

BeUnstoppable

The Acumatica Summit 2016 is being held this week in Orlando FL. We attend these Summits because our Spitfire Project Management System integrates with Acumatica Cloud ERP and we have a partnership relationship with Acumatica.

This year, we were presented with a new goal: to work together to achieve our goal of a billion dollars.

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My Very Own System

configured character

I don’t know about you, but when I start a new RPG game, I really enjoy the part where I get to create my character. Okay, “create” is not the right word because I’m not drawing anyone from scratch. However, I am given choices for body shape, face shape, hair style and color, eye shape and color, voice, etc. By the time I am done selecting my choices, I have a unique character.

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