Block out confusion by staying balanced in mind, body and spirit

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“In Thee O Lord, do I put my trust: let me never be put to confusion.”
— Psalms 71:1

There are times in our experience when something is explained in different ways that can be confusing. The end results are not understood by each person the same way.

I have experienced this several times while attending special classes, being presented by equipment companies, whose equipment was purchased by the company I worked for back East. The instructors would try to cover too many areas, without explaining in detail why each function of the machine did what it did and why, and most students attending the class came away very confused.

The purpose for the class was to familiarize the students, who were mechanics from different companies, about the basic functions of the new machines and not to go into detail of why the machine was better than their competitors. Everyone attending the class was given printed material that explained in detail the function of the machine. The confusion in the minds of the students was self-inflicted because they felt they needed more information from the instructor...

 

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