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Welcome to Pismo Beach, California. It’s famous for clams, which were harvested there by the millions, until the closure of commercial fishery in 1947, just a few years after the end of World War II. It’s also famous for a bucket-full of movie references, including the fictional “Pismo
On a morning, just like this Dew hanging out on the top of the grass Chilling, lingering, inviting me to stay for just a moment more Like it knew I was feeling the pull To somewhere else Anywhere else Not here. The dew sparkled She caught my eye and winked
I don’t like to make mistakes. To be clear, I hate making mistakes. I hate making mistakes so much that I’ve spent the last five years teaching Radical Candor, the training company based on the best-selling book by Kim Scott. I’ve taught tens of thousands of people