Lean six sigma stole a good part of my soul for 5 years, its a beatdown...........hope this makes the recap
Yeah its no joke esp at this level. Lots of statistics and math is not my strong suit but im getting it.
Yes agile and lean are the current buzzwords however after looking at those they're just variants of the original.
Got my green belt some time ago. As I'm currently looking for a new job I'm seeing a lot of employers asking for Six Sigma certifications. When I talked to them about it and tell them I'm a green they just kind of shrug...they're really looking for black belts so that's why I'm taking this time I have to acquire that certification.
Im still with my current employer for 3 more weeks. And while I'm paying out-of-pocket for the classes, I did get a reduced rate as my company is considered a preferred employer and they are not making me use vacation days or anything to attend the trainings so in way I'm getting paid to go.
Blah blah right?? Sorry recap next week fellas.
I took the defensive driving course online on my own dime, once upon a time... is the greenbelt harder than that?
361V is right. Do what you like and don't think cold water. I caught 15 in 45 minutes on a black/blue chatterbait while my partner caught 4 on a yellow magic. Caught them on swim jig, jerkbait, A-rig, squarebill, deep crank, spoon and lipless crank that day. It slowed down after 10:00 and used soft plastics rest of day. 7" blue fleck power worm is a cheap stable out there. It is a great place to practice new things also. I threw a Tokyo rig the other day just to see how it worked compared to Texas rig. Wind blown banks are usually better than calm ones with moving baits.
Newton got tested for the first time in the playoffs by a very good East Benard team 21-14. The Eagles will face Canadian who won 17-7 over Gunter to defend their title in the 3A Div 2 state championship game. Newton is now 42-1 over the last three seasons and averaging 59.5 points per game. GO EAGLES!!!
Before I discovered the wire grip, I also used super glue but found it ruined the lure when I wanted to change lures. If I can't find a certain size jig with a certain size hook that only comes with a lead collar, I crush the collar flat and snip it off with wire cutters.
I'm going to Colombia for 12 days in the end of March. I believe we're going to split our time between Medellin and Santa Marta (we'd take a flight from Medellin to Santa Marta). I'm looking to fish for peacock bass or some inland river species as well as fishing on the coast, but I think I'll only have one maybe two full days to commit to fishing in each place. Any advice or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.