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How to Deal with Staff Who Can’t Be Trained!

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Morticia

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Rats, so many of his answers are now videos.
 

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but he talks and there's not much to see ... just turn up the volume and listen while you do other things. he speaks rapidly so you have to get used to that nuance, but i enjoy him.
 

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but he talks and there's not much to see ... just turn up the volume and listen while you do other things. he speaks rapidly so you have to get used to that nuance, but i enjoy him..
He sounds like my Nana and I love that.
You're right, tho, it's best to let him talk and not watch because seeing him crammed into that corner with the easel makes me wonder about the room he's in rather than the topic. Why is he crammed in the corner? Is the room too small for him to stand anywhere else? He's penned in. The cameraperson is right there, you can see him try to move forward and he immediately pulls back. Sorry, over-analyzing. But he seems like the kind of guy who could really get out there and rev up an audience if he wasn't confined.
 

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Haven't read the article... I have to first learn how to train myself.
 
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