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Frank Walsh
Works at FLSmidth
Attended Drexel University
Lives in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
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The side effects of cycling - All Good.
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I loved this article, probably because it told me what I like to here, that work needs to be flexible and that it doesn't matter when it gets done, as long as it gets done!
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All I can hear while reading this is "...we chose to do these things not because they are easy..."
 
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There is no doubt that story telling as a key leadership skill. Very few things are more powerful in my experience.
 
Are you wanting to become a better leader? learning to tell your story and get the point across to others about what really matters to you makes a world of difference.
Are you wanting to become a better leader? learning to tell your story and get the point across to others about what really matters to you makes a world of
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My most viewed post on LinkedIn by a mile. Seems I struck a chord with this one.
Have you ever had a highly valued employee come in your office and tell you ‘out of the blue’ that they are leaving for another opportunity? It happens to most of us, and it is an emotional time for both parties. Recognize that you are at a disadvantage because presumably only the person who waked into your office knew what was about to happen. Don’t let the element of surprise throw you, on reflection you will no doubt realize you should have se...
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After a brutal winter I got put for my first ride of March. The road conditions were almost as good as the condition of this shed...

I spent a lot of time dodging craters in the road and avoiding puddles that might be hiding more craters. Still felt great to spin the pedals!
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Do you or someone you know work for a horrible boss. Read some great advice on to how to overcome that nasty boss.
Do you or someone you know work for a horrible boss. Read some great advice on to how to overcome that nasty boss.
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It looks like I might be in Delta, BC for a couple of weeks and I see there are some pretty good trails in Watershed Park. Can anyone recommend a local shop where I might be able to rent a nice mountain bike for a ride? I won't be transporting my bike from Pennsylvania!
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Thank you +Rivers Mitchell , turns out my plans changed, going to be heading to Texarkana instead and it doesn't look like I'm going to have time to check out any local trails. Too bad because it sounds like Camp Preston Hunt is a good ride!
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Engineer - Engineering manager
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  • FLSmidth
    Engineer - Engineering manager, present
  • Gilbert Commonwealth
  • FLSmidth
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Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
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Pennsylvania - Rocky Mt, NC - Panama City, FL - Mertztown, PA - Bethlehem, PA - Tulsa, OK - York Haven, PA
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Husband, Dad, Geek, Engineer
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Father, husband, Engineer, Former race car driver, photographer, cyclist, astronomer, geek.
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  • Drexel University
    Engineering, 1988
  • Red Land HS
    1982
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A wonderful little hotel in one of the best neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. Rooms are small and simple, clean and comfortable. The hotel is beautifully decorated with a modern feel. Amenities of the hotel are minimal, but in this neighborhood that is a non issue. Breakfast was fresh and delicious and the staff was always ready to cheerfully serve. I read some complaints about noise from the surrounding restaurants and clubs, but I can honestly say it was a non issue in my room (situated near the middle of the building but with a window). My single complaint? WIFI is free but disconnects every time your device sleeps. Annoying but certainly not a deal breaker. No doubt I would stay here if I visit Buenos Aires again.
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reviewed 2 years ago
This place is crazy, let's just get that out of the way. Always a long wait on the phone, in person, whatever. Nevertheless, they are experts and they stand behind their work and the parts they sell. If it is VW related they either have it or can get it.
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