Steve Gurklys has a Bachelor’s Degree of Electrical Engineering from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. As part of his duties in various positions (e.g. Applications Engineer, Technical Support Manager, Training Manager) he authored dozens of internal technical training manuals, workbooks and reference material about integrated circuits, hardware systems and software used by high tech companies for 25 years. Many of these he used to personally train engineers, technicians and sales people.
Steve GurklysSubdue the judgement in my head with inevitably clear the log jam. That means a change of direction in my head. When I let go of meeting the expectati…moreSubdue the judgement in my head with inevitably clear the log jam. That means a change of direction in my head. When I let go of meeting the expectations of my critical left brain the issue disappears. When I finding myself setting too many constraints it usually grinds to a halt. For example, starting at the beginning of a chapter or introducing a new concept can be daunting. What would page two look like? Or what interesting situations could happen with the new idea I'm struggling to find. Do I see the ending and can I work backwards instead?(less)
Steve GurklysThe words create reality. Sometimes I feel that each word I type is another cobblestone leading on a mysterious path before me. It's so thrilling to s…moreThe words create reality. Sometimes I feel that each word I type is another cobblestone leading on a mysterious path before me. It's so thrilling to see where my words will take me. (less)
If there is evil lurking in the world, I believe that at its root is the compulsion for perfection.
For decades I thought that my never ending quest for perfection was the highest calling on earth. Part of my programming was the belief that you were a better person if you achieved perfection. I remember practicing the accordion one day when I was 8 years old proudly belting out a polka with gusto.
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