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Breaks to Prevent Burn Out

Thanks to Neva for sharing this great article from Harvard Business Review: Schedule a 15 Minute Break Before You Burn Out

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REPOST: Choosing With Tasks to Drop!

Might I say I’ve been a bit on edge lately? Too much to do, coupled with too little time to do it, makes Stacey an ill-tempered human (more than usual).  Lately, I’ve had more than my fair share, and it’s … Continue reading

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Why No One Is Reading Your Emails

Email overload is a problem, no denying that fact.  However, what if WE are the ones causing the problem?  The sender of an email has great power; power to communicate a message clearly and concisely, or contrastingly power to confuse and complicate … Continue reading

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Can We Meet?

There is nothing more I love than meetings!  In fact, I’m going to go right out there and admit this officially- my New Year’s resolution for 2015 will be TO ATTEND MORE MEETINGS!  That’s right!  Why would I need time … Continue reading

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Procrastination: Is This You?

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POW/ROA: Tis the Season to Procrastinate

Obviously, the title is meant to be taken tongue in cheek, but what is it about the POW/ROA or “ROA-POW” which creates emotional wrecks out of even the most stalwart of 4-H agents?  It is daunting, isn’t it?  Your entire … Continue reading

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