City of Depoe Bay, Oregon… Click on this website… Depoe Bay History from website…”Before the arrival of early homesteaders, coastal Indian tribes speaking nearly 20 different languages including Chinook, Salishan,...
Meet Scrubs – Scrubs is my PTSD Service Dog.”I am honored to introduce to you my service dog Scrubs. She is a tri-colored border collie and she is 4 years old. She started out her life on a cattle ranch in the foothills of Coalinga, California. This part of...
The Kids Zone’s My Health, My Life Project consists of three elements; Health and Nutrition Classes, Fitness and Sports and the Community Garden. The project offers a combination of classroom-style learning, hands-on projects, cooking classes, variety of sports, a...
Ginger KadlaceGinger Kadlace…”4UrKids” About Ginger…from this website…”Raising awareness of the world-wide epidemic of child abuse has become Ginger’s life mission. An impassioned child advocate, trainer, speaker and child...
A Gift To Every Reader
By John F Tyson on April 18, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
Writing is a solitary process that requires purging, especially when it comes to a memoir. Not many would have the courage to reveal the depth and toxicity of PTSD at such an intimate level, on a complete family. To me, this book is a wonderful gift and will bring comfort to those who continue the struggle. An inspiring quote, buried in the copy, says it all; "Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass; It's about learning to dance in the rain".
I highly recommend this book.
Holden Village, A Memoir by Werner Janssen
I was taken by your quote at the end of chapter 1..."Miracles happen when freedom within nature and the human life are allowed to develop through relatively free interaction but without too much organizational interference." This is the magic sauce of innovation and entrepreneurship! Free wheeling brainstorming among kindred spirits!
Adventures in Innovation by John F. Tyson
By Steve Sparks on April 21, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
"Innovation and entrepreneurship" is the soul of a successful business enterprise. The Nortel story and legacy is both inspiring and sad. The "lessons learned" are well worth the price of admission... A must read for leaders, educators, and students everywhere!