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Yup, mainlanders. The taiwanese are fine by my book, and given that I only visit the bigger (high tech) companies here or ITRI, the people I meet are generally well cultured. Thanks for the offer of recs, but my schedule has been made from dusk to dawn until I leave, which is exhausting if fit and simply hell when you're dealing with jet lag..
Taipei luckily, and no drugs on hand. Right now I just need to get through the day and ill probably be too tired to even forage for sleeping pills after tonights dinner.
Jet lag. Why cant I just fall asleep when I'm tired and lay in bed. Third night of 4 hours sleep, and my week in Asia is just beginning. In addition, my hotel seems to be hosting some sort of rich Chinese student group. Damn anti social, entitled Zerg rush of locusts descending on the breakfast buffet taking my toast. Good thing the management set me and the other business guest apart as I was honestly contemplating to punch one to feel better.. Lack of sleep doesn't...
Oh I fully understand. It just triggered a memory of my dad telling me that his brother always used to race new cars from the importer to his dealerships after asking why this was needed. Given that though, I probably would too in your case..
Or older ones, in the 70s and 80s my family owned several mb and other dealerships. The staff told all their customers this bs, yet you wouldn't believe how these cars where raced! To the dealerships.
Rhodia. But Im biased as i use them myself.
Thats why I post it here, I don't have Facebook. Anonymity is key.
yesterday I was told that the organisation had undervalued me I thus gave me a massive bonus for the year and was to be given a raise to a level more in line with what i had done for them. today I am told that the ceo thinks that its too much and that the raise will be lower. but I should be happy with the bonus.. My anger currently knows no bounds, and its for the better that I have a three week vacation starting friday, i will not be visiting the offices until then as...
Well, found some: As you can see, this is not much help. It does give you an idea about what to spend your time on, and what I would have been spending time teaching you on. However, if you want to create your own plan. Use the time tables, or the rough percentages I gave earlier to whip up your own training/lesson schedule with drills that fit what you are working on with your pro. A lot of those can be found here: http://www.mytpi.com/exercises Without knowing your...
No problem, turned pro at 19. declined the offer of my parents to fund QS as I thought the game couldn't interest me long enough to put in the time and effort for more than a decade. Made the right call at the time, finished teaching school, went to study economics afterwards. Sadly, at 32 the game doesn't capture me anymore, and ill play maybe 4 - 5 rounds a year.. I guess such is life. Maybe I can find some training schedules in my old pga manual, I'll look tonight if...
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