Ashley Bailey, of Klime-Ezee, sent us this video how by one small step he fixed what bug him from now on when filing.
When I was in Japan I saw this happen over and over again and I marveled at the efficiency. The workers not only bowed at the trade but they bowed at me as I got off the train … I was astounded!
Japan is about two things:
– a deep respect for people
– a deep respect for resources
I believe this is why they are so efficient and why they produce so few defects.
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.