Go read them, and comment. His ideas are interesting, but I'm not coherent enough today to do them justice in comments.
The whole sales transaction took about 45 minutes and I learned a great deal about operating my new chain saw. When I bought my first chain saw, I walked into big box store, went to tool aisle, picked up box, waited in line for a cashier, paid money and walked out in less than 10 minutes. I had never owned or operated a chain saw prior to this, so I took it home, not knowing if it worked or how to operate it safely. Looking back I am very lucky that I didn't injure myself seriously in my ignorance.
That was my initial lesson from this master teacher. Looking back at it here are some of the lessons he taught me."...
Sunday, April 13, 2008
Harold Shaw has a series of interesting posts up about "Learning from a Master Teacher":