20 Things all Great Organizational Leaders Do

A great post from Dan Rockwell @ Leadership Freak. Might ever stick this one up by my desk. Concentrate on people, have fun and give back to the community. Sounds like a nice place to work? Advertisements

The Lawn strikes back!

So, yes I have been reading to much in the news about the new Star Wars films but it is sometimes a saga when dealing with the lawn! Last weekend the lawn got put on hold, with the warmer weather there was just to much rain too and most of the lawn was saturated with […]

3 Simple Ideas to Conquer Email Overload

Originally posted on David Cummings on Startups:
Every few months someone comes out with a new article on how to defeat email overload, and like the most recent diet fad, it gets some love and then goes away. Only, the volume of email continues to grow and the death of it is greatly exaggerated. I…

Out comes the Lawnmower!

So it is that time of year again and the weather has finally warmed and more importantly it has started to bring some dry spells too. So out comes the lawnmer and last week the first cut of the year was a great feeling. It has taken a bit longer this year for the lawn […]

Diggin’ The Dirt with Your Kids: A Child’s Garden

Originally posted on Field Notes From Fatherhood:
So our last post helped nudge you in the direction of doing a bit of gardening with the kids. Great! But a lot of folks may be new to this, so you might be looking for some helpful advice. Keep in mind that you don’t have to go…

To dispose or not dispose?

I’m trying to decide what to do about my shaving? Suffering from a fairly consistent evening shadow, a poor razor makes quite a difference. Most likely a question all non-bearded blokes will have pondered. Do I use the re-usable razor, do I use a disposable or go for it and get myself a cut throat […]

9 Reasons Why You Should Garden with Your Kids

Originally posted on Field Notes From Fatherhood:
A more modern version of our ancient foe It was called The Cultivator, and it was an instrument of torture. A creaky, curmudgeonly metal wheel in front of four plow blades that we would muscle through reluctant spring soil, blisters blooming on our hands as we heaved and…

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