The art of taking a chance on people

Sometimes we need a good reminder that it pays to set aside first impressions and preconceived notions.

In Oregon 17 years ago, Jim Daggett knocked on the door of a kit airplane company (the one that provided the materials for the airplane I built) looking for a job. The only job available involved saws and power tools. But Daggett was completely blind.

The company hired him anyway.

Daggett retired yesterday.

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