Month: July 2020

The Truth Succeeds on its Own Merit
July 29, 2020

What is an acceptable level of risk you are willing to take? Would you consider base jumping for the first time? Or are you like me and only interested in binge watching others do it on YouTube? Last year, did you fly on commercial airlines, and if so, did that make you nervous? How about […]

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The “Why” Behind Hiller Measurements: Ensuring Innovation Works
July 21, 2020

Remember being asked this as a young person: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Or perhaps recently, you’ve met someone new and asked them: “What do you do for a living?” All are good questions. When we were young, what we wanted to do was often difficult to articulate. How we […]

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Artists, Engineers, and Entrepreneurs Episode 4: Greg Gill, SRO Motorsports America
July 1, 2020

In episode 4 of Artists, Engineers, and Entrepreneurs (ae2) we learn about going fast. Greg Gill, President of SRO Motorsports America, sits down with us to discuss the business of auto racing. SRO Motorsports America is part of a global group that organizes and promotes GT (grand touring) races internationally.  Ever since man could walk, […]

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