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Re: The Joy of Search: Augmenting intelligence by teaching people how to search

Scott Thiemann ·
Aaron, it was this one, so thanks, but I didn’t see it on the Connect Extension list. Scott Thiemann Master Gardener Program Assistant Curry County Extension Service scott.thiemann@oregonstate.edu<mailto:scott.thiemann@oregonstate.edu> P.O. Box 488 29390 Ellensburg Avenue Gold Beach, Oregon 97444 Phone: 541-247-6672 Fax: 541-247-2875 Toll free: 1-800-356-3986
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3 Hard Things to Say

Karl Bradley ·
If you like sports at all you've likely seen or read something from this person. He's the simply smart & wildly witty Woody Paige ! A while back his chalkboard had this wisdom: Yep, you guessed it, we're going to unpack these a bit! I need help. When people don't feel safe enough to admit they need others to do their work, fear is dominating. When fear is present our brains are in flight/flight/freeze mode helping us make "survival" decisions. This works against us when collaborating is...
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Re: 3 Hard Things to Say

Yvonne ·
Worcestershire sauce is easier to say than "I need help" and "I am sorry". Being in a household which used the stuff, we always said "Wuss-ta-sheer" sauce. I think in the UK, they say "Wuss-ter" , named after the place in the England, or was that place in New England? I am So sorry! I forget from where the stuff originated. I do need help.
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Re: 3 Hard Things to Say

Marcia Parcell ·
Karl, Great information to help in so many situations!
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Leadership ABC's

Karl Bradley ·
A = Attitude One of 2 things within your control; attitude and effort! Attitude is everything, pick a good one. B = Brave When you believe strongly in something or perhaps it scares you a bit, let your courage shine through. Be brave enough to go first and model the way. C = Character This is your behavior when nobody is watching. You won't always have the training and education for the situations you find yourself in. Your strong character will get you through. D = Dependable You do what...

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