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Crew Coach: Being the newbie is not easy; don’t be afraid to ask for help

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon When we embark on a new career path or even just move around a bit within our profession, we can find ourselves falling into …

Crew Coach: Tread carefully when talk turns to politics

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon Here in the U.S., there is a political situation that is dividing the country pretty severely right now. This divide, or …

Crew Coach: Cultivate quiet self-confidence for the best course through life

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon Making our way through life with a quiet, healthy self-confidence can be a nice way to go. Trying to steamroll and bark our way …

Crew Coach: De-escalation skills crucial when confronted by angry clients

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon Sometimes when working with or just dealing with other people, we encounter the annoyed, disappointed, possibly going-off-the …

Crew Coach: Waiting on opportunity best way to miss it

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon I think most of us have heard about opportunity “knocking” at the door. But what if it doesn’t knock, or what if it does …

Crew Coach: Watch out for creativity killers

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon                          New ideas on ways of approaching and accomplishing things can be really valuable, but …

Crew Coach: Self-control crucial to success onboard

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon Self-control, the ability to keep disruptive emotions and impulses in check, is a key competence for success, happiness and …

Crew Coach: Watch for role models; they show up anytime

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon Are you a role model? How about a mentor? Or let’s phrase it another way, a positive example? All three of these terms, …

Crew Coach: Use sticky situations to stir up talk

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon I’d like to lay out a few possible scenarios that hopefully never come up but unfortunately could while working on a yacht. …

Crew Coach: How well a job interview goes could depend on 4 key aspects

Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon Recently I saw an ad for a television program that shows job interviews. I haven’t watched it, and don’t think I will, but …

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Triton Networking with Ward’s Marine Electric

Triton Networking with Ward’s Marine Electric

Triton Networking, our monthly gathering of yacht industry professionals, continues on the first Wednesday in October at Ward’s Marine …

Engineer’s Angle: Corrosive forces unavoidable, but manageable

Engineer’s Angle: Corrosive forces unavoidable, but manageable

Engineer's Angle: by Rich Merhige Corrosion happens. On yachts, there’s a perfect storm of different metals, forces and particles that …

Triton networks with Alexseal

Triton networks with Alexseal

More than 200 yacht captains, crew and industry professionals joined us for Triton Networking tonight with Alexseal. Our guests enjoyed …

Culinary Waves: Yachting bears hard workers prepared for success

Culinary Waves: Yachting bears hard workers prepared for success

Culinary Waves: by Chef Mark Godbeer Yachting – my life for 15 years, a life I would not change for anything. I wouldn’t call …

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