CHAPTER ThreeA-B-CThe Universal Principle
A MY ARRIVED at work the following week eager to learn more, as the head trainer, Clint, would be speaking to the trainees again. She spent the morning learning from Jody about the very important matter of the whales’ diet.
As they went about distributing the buckets of fish, Amy said, “I imagine the water temperature is pretty much the same as the ocean would be.”
Jody smiled. “Fifty-two degrees,” she said. “When you get in there, even with a wetsuit, you know it!”
By the time noon rolled around, Amy was glad to sit down with the other trainees for an order-out lunch. As they ate, Clint came out.
“One thing we’re kind of nuts about here at the park,” Clint said, “is the importance of feedback. Most ...