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  • Management Minute for The Mechanical Repair Professional

    Wednesday 25 July 2018

    Jeff Peevy, AMAM Are you leading the learning movement? Our industry has often focused more on the act of training than on the act of learning. The two are not automatically tied together. I am suggesting we need to be leading a movement to put learning, its meaning and impact on the forefront of our industry's mind. If you are an AMi professional designation holder, we encourage you to be a visible leader in this movement. It starts, at a minimum, by maintaining an active designation status by obtaining six credit hours of AMi-approved education each calendar year (see below for more details). It continues by encouraging those in our industry to learn and grow. Don't be a defender of the status quo. As the Eric Hoffer quote states, "In times of change, learners inherit the earth; while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exist."

  • Management Minute for The Collision Repair Professional

    Friday 20 July 2018

    Jeff Peevy, AMAM We are all busy! In fact, proclaiming how busy we are has become a status symbol. I recently read in the Buffer Blog an interesting article,  "The Mistake Smart People Make: Being In Motion vs. Taking Action" from James Clear: https://blog.bufferapp.com/the-mistake-smart-people-make-being-in-motion-vs-taking-action. He makes a distinction between motion and action which is worth the 4 minute read. Being aware of the difference can improve the effectiveness of your day.   On a similar topic, our friend Steve Beck offers a great online course on Time Management within the "myAMi" learning portal. See the section below for more information

  • Management Minute for The Mechanical Repair Professional 07-18-2018

    Wednesday 18 July 2018

    Jeff Peevy, AMAM We are all busy! In fact, proclaiming how busy we are has become a status symbol. I recently read in the Buffer Blog an interesting article,  "The Mistake Smart People Make: Being In Motion vs. Taking Action" from James Clear: https://blog.bufferapp.com/the-mistake-smart-people-make-being-in-motion-vs-taking-action. He makes a distinction between motion and action which is worth the 4 minute read. Being aware of the difference can improve the effectiveness of your day.   On a similar topic, our friend Steve Beck offers a great online course on Time Management within the "myAMi" learning portal. See the section below for more information

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