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Reflections - Troubleshooting


January 11, 2018

It’s so frustrating to go through life and not know how to fix things. One of the greatest skills we can have is the ability to troubleshoot; to look at a problem, to discover why something isn’t working, and make the necessary repairs and adjustments to fix a problem at hand. For example, I wish I had a greater ability to troubleshoot problems with vehicles or boats. Growing up, my dad could seemingly “fix anything.” You’d think I would have paid more attention when he was fixing things. In my defense, when my dad fixed things he would often get frustrated, so it wasn’t exactly...

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