Tales from the Road of Lifelong Learning

Mon, Sep 09,2013 @ 10:26 AM
by Greg Marsello |

Is the Paul Bunyan statue Greg and Paul B Small resized 600in Bermidji, MN the second most photographed landmark in the US after the Statue of Liberty? That is what I was told this past week when visiting Bermidji on a statewide road trip presenting LERN/Augusoft Best Practices Seminars for MnSCU programs. My traveling companion was Lamar Noriega from Augusoft. During the trip we learned that the shortest home run in baseball history was 2 feet! What a week of information sharing and gathering!


PHOTO: Greg and Paul Bunyan.


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Tales from the Road of Lifelong Learning posts are written by Greg Marsello, LERN’s co-founder and Vice President for  Organizational Development. As "the hardest working man in lifelong learning," Greg has conducted more consultations and trainings for community, continuing, and corporate education administrators than anyone in the history of lifelong learning. Over 50 organizations and more than 3,000 people work with him every year.


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