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CSQ Common Sense 101: The Common Sense Course to a brighter future. (Volume 1) Paperback – April 11, 2015
About the Author
Understanding and then setting out a curriculum that discusses good common sense so that an adult audience can say “this is 80% complete”, and then next presenting it in a way that a teenage audience can absorb easily, is an ambitious goal, but we seemed to need someone to make a start. Everything is Possible, Everything is Buildable. I am past believing this – I know this to be true. Here in this book, all ages will find the next steps needed to build a great future no-matter what point you are at in the process right now. Parents, you may have heard some of these lessons before, so thank you for your patience as I cover the bases for younger readers. You will no doubt add to the examples here based on your personal experiences as well. Who I am is less important than the subject matter, but to give you some idea where this book comes from; I raised six terrific kids, built six Hi-tech startup companies, and I learned something new every day of a 25 year Hi-tech engineering career after four years of post-secondary study. I have been twice a CIO; twice a CTO/VP Engineering; three times a Hi-tech startup CEO; I have led 300+ projects within organizations that managed 500+ projects simultaneously without breaking a sweat. I led a dozen major programs with budgets up to $100 million, with 80 direct-reporting staff, and 200+ team members. I co-founded and built of one of the largest local Minor Football organizations in Toronto which gave me the chance to hire eight management teams every year as well. After all this, I can say easily that I am a capable strategic, big-picture, process-minded, thinker and leader with a well-balanced resume for someone who thinks they know enough about the many contexts of common sense to write a book on the subject. My favorite past-time is intelligent, academic debate. This course in Common Sense should give students in a semester, the processes to help their friends and families for a lifetime - based on lessons that most of us take a lifetime to learn. See more About Author at www.csq1.org