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  • #2
    I love those "process" vids - especially the ones that "esplain". I have found that if you have an adequate explaination, some foam core and some spray mount - you can sell just about anything. I have the last two down - just not the first. It should be "self-evident". If it isn't I just give myself an F and move on.
    Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.

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    • #3
      Reminds me of this, from the late Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman.

      The Feynman Problem-Solving Algorithm

      1. Write down the problem.

      2. Think very hard.

      3. Write down the answer.

      When I recall all the time I could've saved if I'd learnt this astounding technique earlier... well, I don't like to think about it. Not very hard anyway.

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