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06 October 2004 @ 05:22 pm
updates... class  
so ive been in class at work for the last two days (tues and today) learning about "Coaching for Managers". much fun. much better learning stuff than doing the crap at work...

mon - after work ended up meeting up with esmebelle and *J* and others in harvard square for some indian food (curry is good) and finale's (creme bruele baby!). much was chatted and caught up on... politics was fun..:>

tues - after class stuff went home.. ate leftovers, watched everwood, then met up with armandae. ended up watching some Millennium episodes... then home to crash as class would begin early on wed...

today i think ill be staying in once i get home (thinking of KFC .. hehe.. for din din). reading and such to do..:>
 
 
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aluviel on October 6th, 2004 02:53 pm (UTC)
cooking
Hee heee you dont cook much huh?
Poor baby you need real down home cooking and nutrition! I dont like to cook but I can cook good stuff.
Braxanabraxana on October 6th, 2004 04:13 pm (UTC)
Re: cooking
*laughs*
darling, i cook quite a bit..>:> just wasnt feeling like cooking tonight..:>
i love to cook.:> current specialities is katsu and desserts..:>
aluviel on October 6th, 2004 04:23 pm (UTC)
Re: cooking
Woah now I have to kidnap you J/k
I have always wanted to know what katsu is.. here in Hawaii they talk with such a thick accent that I have hard time understanding exactly what it is.. They say its like fried chicken... is that correct? If how how does it differ from KFC?

Thanks for the reply!!

Sally
Braxanabraxana on October 6th, 2004 04:33 pm (UTC)
Re: cooking
chicken katsu is fried chicken.. but again it tends to be different than the way american fried chicken is made and tastes...

the breading is VERY different

i tend to make pork katsu....:>
VainInstantvaininstant on October 10th, 2004 01:45 pm (UTC)
Wow, your company actually trains managers?! I can't think of a single manager at my place who knows what they're doing or has any ability to actually manage a project. That probably sounds like just some bitter griping, but it is really true. Does it work out well for you, I mean does it produce better managers?
Braxanabraxana on October 10th, 2004 04:29 pm (UTC)
from the stats that i have seen, yes it does produce better managers. key is for the manager who has taken these courses to actively work on various points brought up in the coursework. during the course one finds out areas of strengths and weaknesses and then are given pointers and such as to how to work with those strengths and weaknesses..