One of the Greatest Weapons in the Miltary’s Arsenal was Useless Without the Head space and Timing Gauge. Veterans Can Be Rendered Inoperable if their Headspace and Timing is Not Set Correctly As Well.

Mental Health from a Combat Veteran Perspective

Where Were You This Time Last Year? And Beyond?

Where Were You This Time Last Year? And Beyond?

Where were you this time last year? Mentally, relationally, professionally? Our newsfeed is full of reflection, of remembrance and recollection. But what about our minds, our lives? Endings are a natural time of reflection, but there are moments throughout our lives that are milestones in the present as well as touchstones to the past. Graduations.Read more about Where Were You This Time Last Year? And Beyond?[…]

An Observation

An Observation

This post is an original article written by Aaron Skogen . Aaron is a senior operations professional employed by The Toro Company. He writes to share ideas and generate a conversation. Most often you will find him writing personal stories exploring the correlation between our personal and professional lives.The original post can be found here  and is republished by permission.Read more about An Observation[…]

Veteran Memorial Moments and Two Ways to Approach Them

Veteran Memorial Moments and Two Ways to Approach Them

There’s something about anniversaries that make them extremely important to veterans. Birthdays and wedding anniversaries are important to many people, of course, and are remembered with cards and gifts, but veterans celebrate different anniversaries than others. We remember milestones in our career: promotions, or deployments. We celebrate some, knowing that they are important points in our lives,Read more about Veteran Memorial Moments and Two Ways to Approach Them[…]