One of the things I remember with nostalgia is my childhood days, especially the ones when I learned to skate. Back then, they were still the old type of rollerskates.
Those were afternoons very well spent at the skating rink with an elderly teacher who was there on weekends to teach kids and adults.
I especially remember that the big falls did not happen at the very beginning, when we would all stroll, afraid of falling, usually clinging to the railing, until we were comfortable skating in the middle of the rink.
After this initial phase came what in my childhood days were called big “ass-kickings falls.” Or, if you want to be more polite, a few big falls.
I am writing about this subject today because, in a way, … [ Read the rest » ] “Does your company know how to skate?”