Monthly Archives: February 2017

Just Tell Me How to Be a “Good” Agent

“Just tell me how to be a good agent, and I’ll do it!” I said that in a moment of frustration during my interview with our then State 4-H Leader when I applied for my first 4-H agent position.  You … Continue reading

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The Curious Case of Cloverbuds

Confession time!  Of all ages and stages, Cloverbuds have always intimidated me the most.  Why?  Because they are just…different. They are different.  And because of their different developmental abilities as compared to 4-H members we have certain National guidelines we are … Continue reading

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EdTechLn: For the Tech Savvy and Tech Phobic

JCEP was last week and it was there that I learned about a site that I’m pretty sure is going to change my life. I’m pretty sure it’s going to change yours too. The Extension Educational Technology Learning Network is … Continue reading

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Execution Gets It Done

Ambition… creativity… drive.. These are some of the characteristics that often propel individuals to leadership positions, such as leading a county 4-H program.  However, these are the same characteristics which oftentimes can impede work from actually getting done. The book “The 4 … Continue reading

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