Every day I wake up and get ready to head off to work. There is nothing special about that. On the other hand, if look at the percentage of Americans who seem to be OK with accepting government handouts, maybe going to work and being reliable is much more rare than you might think. At any rate, I realized that reliability is more important to my than I every thought it would be growing up.
I come home from working in the warehouse, and fill orders for A.E. and continue to work on whatever research project I may be working on at the time. Lately I have been obsessed with natural methods to figjt cancer. Yet I find myself overwhelmed with the workload.
As a result I have been contemplating putting together my own production team, to take some stress off of my wife and I. In my days of service I found that the best teams are intuitive of the needs of the others members.
The phrase there is no I in TEAM is crap. The best teams in the world are made up of members that know every other member’s job and are willing and able to take up the slack if the Medic gets shot or the Com-Op is taken out of service.
No radios are used behind enemy lines, that is Hollywood. The mission is drilled to the point that no member has to ask questions while operational. This kind of Teamwork, has no place for pacing the buck. A hesitation could mean mission failure and collateral damage.
But how do you find a group of people who would work together so well in the real world?
I have been selling arms ever since I left the service. Some years my wife and I have more money than we know what to do with. But this year, my family has had some financial set backs due to Health.
My wife and I have both been sick and we have not been able to get everything back up as fast as I would like. Our books are published and in stock but we do not have all the inventory up. Please be patient with us.
We will have the rest of the products back up soon.