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Clare L. Natel

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  • #140572

    Clare L. Natel
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    Hardly! Won’t bother to counter your unkind sentiment.  You remind me of the way I use to be — ugly.
    Enjoy your discussion forum (lol) and have a nice day! 

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    #140566

    Clare L. Natel
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    Is your msg directed at me Hans? If so, I apologize. I happened upon this site looking for something about 6S and the discussion piqued my interest. I am speaking freely and offering my perspective. I beleive that is the purpose of open chats.

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    #140562

    Clare L. Natel
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    Such a mean spirit. The light from your aura must be dim. You should smile more. I’m sure you would look and feel better if you did.

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    #140560

    Clare L. Natel
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    Your question reveals the answer. Generational gaps, in terms of experiences, philosophy and cutural values (not necessarily age itself) are real…with strong internal imprints.  But humanity can bridge the gap. Unfortunately humans can lack the human essence. Ponder that. Then choose your attitude and the road you travel. It’s short!!!

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    #140556

    Clare L. Natel
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    TQM, 6S, Lean or how about FISH! They’re all good when fully engaged. A mixture of fad and fact. Isolate the tool that work and stop wasting time debating the merits or demerits of each.
    The pursuit of perfection is an illusive dream with actual moments of bliss. Embrace the moments, linger as long as possible to recharge for the peak to be scaled. This is a human aspiration (aka “happiness) in our professional and personal facets of life.
    I can’t help but wonder how much ROI or LEAN before we reach a state of souless anorexia or worse, death??? Life is a stage…eventually the play ends. At that moment, on what will we reflect?
     

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