How To Make Yourself a Successful One-of-a-kind Resouce in Your Industry

Written by Burt Dubin

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Reward referrals generously.

Action 6.

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Action 7.

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Training Coordinator

Written by Mick Farmer

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Rules of thumb: When stationary, you should be able to seerepparttar contact point ofrepparttar 125567 rear wheels ofrepparttar 125568 vehicle in front onrepparttar 125569 road. When moving, leave two second between you andrepparttar 125570 vehicle in front.

Moral of this driving lesson - don't box yourself in otherwise you'll be watching it happen and there is not a thing you can do about it.

And remember if you don't see it coming, you can't react to it.

Mick Farmer is the training coordinator for On Course Uganda Limited. He has spent over 10 years operating in East Africa and Southern Sudan. He is considered a leading expert in 4wd and security driving in this region. He has been called upon to train the UN, WFP and various embassies.

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