Priorities

One Superintendent values freedom; another values equality. (7/30/21)

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Like a Hurricane

One Superintendent is at his best when he is at work; another is at his worst. (7/29/21)

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Insulted

One Superintendent is insulted and thinks of ways to retaliate; another is insulted and thinks nothing of it; an experienced Superintendent is insulted and thinks about it, then stores it in its proper place. (7/28/21)

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Caring

A golf course owner who cares more about course revenue than the Superintendent is like a Superintendent who cares more about course conditions than the staff. (7/27/21)

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Wanting (again)

One Superintendent works to acquire the things he wants; another works to avoid the things he does not want. (7/26/21)

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Wanting

One Superintendent thinks about the things he wants; another thinks about the things he does not want. (7/25/21)

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Showing Up

Being prepared is different than showing up; sometimes, showing up is good enough. (7/24/21)

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Searching

One Superintendent works to find that which is missing; another works to live with that which is not found. (7/23/21)

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Damn the Digging

Digging a hole to repair an irrigation head is better than digging a hole to bury your dog. (7/22/21)

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Lead Astray

One Superintendent fears being alone and another fears being in a crowd; I say it again, one Superintendent fears listening to his own voice and another fears listening to the crowd. (7/21/21)

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