Thomas Riner, of Fancy Hill Farms, sent us this video showing the waste of inventory.
Paul Akers visit a Nagoya Fish Market. The biggest tuna ever!
Paul Akers discusses why coming to Japan is not for everyone. It is about serious learning. It is not for the curious…it is for people who want to be totally transformed.
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Paul Akers visits an elementary school in the Nagoya area where the kids to EVERYTHING!
Paul Akers discussed the precision and accuracy that took place when he got his cracked tooth taken care of in Japan.
Paul Akers discusses long term ROI for FastCap. Depends on how it support up creating a high quality, just in time product for our customers.
Paul Akers shows us how the kids in a Japanese school do not waste any food at lunch. Amazing!