I felt dirty – like someone would see me sneaking around and I would have to explain what I was doing.
It was late on a Thursday night when I walked into the dental laboratory with my wife and decided to get the bunsen burner going (just for old time sake). As I looked around, I saw many similarities to my wood shop but on a much smaller level. Naturally, I decided to play around and touch things. That’s just how I am.
After I decided to act my age, I began to recognize some interesting aspects to a dental lab that I hadn’t thought about. I made the move to transform my wive’s procrastination into a mental exercise for myself. What I came up with was 5 important lessons for any organization:
So next time you find yourself in an unfamiliar territory, take a second to take in your surroundings and give in to a great learning experience. Ideate and pursue a better understanding of how your life is impacted by other’s professions.