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There is a Difference Between Good Management and Conservation

Conserving resources means we use less. When we manage our resources we use less. So the end result is the same: wise use of resources and less use of resources get us to the same goal. The ..
(September 07, 2008)
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Stress Management Comes Natural

Imagine that as we turned on the evening news the lead story were interrupted by a special bulletin: we will all be dead by this time tomorrow! The panic would be uncontrollable and the anguish ..
(September 09, 2008)
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Support and Utilize Your County Soil Conservation Office

The United States had a government environmental office before there were environmentalists! It was founded in 1935 in response to the Dust Bowl years. As a result, when it comes to soil problems and .
(August 31, 2008)
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Energy is the Common Thread

One easy way to get perspective about the environment is to focus on energy, the common thread running through everything environmental. Because of high energy prices in this election year we will ..
(August 18, 2008)
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Stress - It's The Little Things That Get You

Leadership in business management is not of epic proportions most of the time. Movies would have us think of business leaders doing heroic and super-human feats of courage. In fact, the very best of ..
(May 20, 2008)
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Business Stress Management and Gardens

Managers will find it easier to understand employee stress by thinking about food. The cost of energy is linked to the cost of food in several ways. It requires energy to raise food: fuel for ..
(June 09, 2008)
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Insist on Vacations and Short Getaways

American workers are working longer hours (about nine hours to nine and one half hours per day). They are taking less and less of the vacation time to which they are entitled. This trend has been ..
(June 26, 2008)
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Connect the Drops and the Watts

As the saying goes, “If it isn't one thing it is another!" Here we are in the midst of the largest and most devastating floods the Midwest states and Mississippi have ever experienced and still .
(July 11, 2008)
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The Four Day Work Week

Across the nation any number of employers are converting to 10 hour four day work weeks as a way to cut gasoline costs for the work force. This would save 20 percent of the fuel required for travel ..
(July 14, 2008)
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The Shocking Answer to How Much Water We Really Use

The corporate social responsibility newswire, CSR, recently reported that H20 Conserve has made available online a calculator for determining daily amounts of individual water use. H20 Conserve is a ..
(July 15, 2008)
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Necessity and Flexibility Are the Mothers of Invention

News came on July 16 that inflation has jumped more than one percent in a month, the fastest single monthly increase in decades. Gasoline is selling at four dollars per gallon. The home mortgage ..
(July 16, 2008)
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Executive Leadership Worry is a Three Dimensional Art

"Don't worry" is one of our most frequently spoken phrases. Not that it does any good, of course! Western culture is strongly committed to the notion that worry is a bad thing and, therefore, should ..
(July 28, 2008)
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Honesty - One Dimension of Character in Business Leadership

Effective leaders are expected to be of good character. Ask any ten people what “character" means and you will hear ten different answers. That is because good character is a composite of many ..
(March 27, 2008)
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Business Leadership Requires Vision, Character and Ability

There are leaders and then there are leaders This year is one of those during which Americans decide who should lead the nation. By day and by night we are hearing and seeing leadership qualities in ..
(March 23, 2008)
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Executive Coaches - Backyard Fences

In the corporate food chain the higher up one climbs the more lonely it becomes. At the very top life can be very lonely. “Lonely" not so much in the sense of not being around people. Indeed, ..
(January 17, 2008)
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Pencils Save Stress

A pencil could save stress? Ridiculous? Not so. What is the most frustrating thing that happens to business managers? They lose information, get wrong information or cannot find information when ..
(August 13, 2007)
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Mental Aspects of Managing Business Stress

Stress is a bummer: not good for one's health, not good for relating and communicating, definitely not good for business managers and those whose work they manage. Other features of stress include ..
(August 04, 2007)
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The One-Week Manager - Managing Small Business Stress

Delegating responsibility is by far the favored management approach these days. The person at the top is there to make sure everyone else is supported as they accomplish their responsibilities. When ..
(July 23, 2007)
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Small Business Managers - Stay Current and Do Your Research

"Oh, sure!" you might reply, “all that spare time. " Therein lies a trap: staying current and doing research are not activities reserved only for those managers who are not constantly busy. ..
(July 16, 2007)
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Human Sanitation - Green Issues and Environmental Issues

Questions being raised today by the Green movement and by environmentalists apply to sanitation. From the Green perspective the issue is energy use: How much energy is used in various sanitation ..
(July 15, 2007)
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Stress Prevention by the Manager of Family Owned Businesses

Family owned businesses present golden opportunities for family feuds. The business manager has an extra challenge: not just to run the business well but also how best to serve the interests of the ..
(July 08, 2007)
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Time Out - Breaks, Quittin' Time and Vacation

Time management, as business managers well know, is vital in business. In small business management many of the issues about schedule revolve around “non-productive time. " The phrase says it ..
(July 01, 2007)
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Alternatives to Flush Toilets and Septic Systsems - A Guide

Information is available on the Internet for anyone researching alternatives to flush toilets, septic systems and hookup. Most of these products and technologies have been designed to address one or ..
(June 28, 2007)
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A Sanitation System Checklist - Consult Before Buying Somebody .

Given that nearly half of all the homes in America are on septic systems, anyone buying a home outside major metropolitan areas has a one in two chance of ending up with a septic system. Few states ..
(June 26, 2007)
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Managing Business Stress - The Whole Big Picture

Is it redundant to say, “The whole big picture?" Not for the business manager. Your job demands that you keep one eye on the daily details and the other eye on the big picture: what is ..
(June 25, 2007)
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