Rules for Rulers Who Do Not Know the Rules
About the Book
The volume is over one thousand line item paragraphs of lessons learned the hard way and a collection of knowledge lessons in hard choices that will hopefully help the reader in avoiding making the same or similar mistakes or learn how somebody else resolved a problem
About the Author
The Author graced this planet in 1952, graduated High School in 1971, and GOT drafted in 1972. When it came time to join the Service, after asking ALL my Veteran World War II Uncles; The recommendation was to go where the food was best, so hellooo United States Navy. For 16 of 22 years I sailed in the United States’ defense. I visited 35 countries, made history, spent 16 years on five tin cans(destroyers), earned 6 Battle ”E” awards, studied fire fighting and flooding( better know as battle damage), earned 2 Associates(Electronics and Network Operations) with enough credits for a third in programming and retired. After a break, I worked for the brand new kid on the block called the TSA for 18 years. In the intervening time, I became a Silver Level One Ballroom Dancer with specialties in the Military Dances (Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Quickstep and Peabody.) Then I gravitated to Martial Arts studying Kendo (great stress relief) and Iaido (Great Art for focus and self-control) with two International Tameshigiri Cutting Tournaments. I was in the upper half, so I was overjoyed. Currently, I am trying to convince Broward County School Board of Florida to add a Martial Arts Self-Defense Course for women in High School with three divisions, women, trans, and if wanted, men as preparation for graduation into the real world ala Japan The other issue I am working on is a longer School Year and Day. The US averages 180 days and an eight or nine to three school day. The Intellectual Powerhouses are longer than 200 days and an eight to four.