Time spent achieving a zero-mail inbox can be better spent elsewhere.
Does that mean keeping an unmanaged inbox, and using Search as your organizer? Where is the balance point? How much email should be kept: all, some, none? A short discussion on email organization and the pros/cons of not managing it. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Here’s a fun new inspirational book about leadership by John Voelz (johnvoelz.com), a musician, songwriter, and visual artist from Jackson, Michigan. He would be more quick to tell you that [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Fixing problems is like watching or reading great drama. Something is wrong, something not right, something we know we need to fix.
Drama is anticipation mingled with uncertainty. Better yet, sometimes players do not even know they are a player. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Printers seem to be born innovators. I remember many employees who “customized” the equipment they ran for more efficiency, perhaps better ergonomics, and (most commonly) to increase quality and production. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Last year in Livingston County, families in need received 50,000 diapers from local organizations, because people in this county are generous and share with each other. This month The Great Start [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Pitch, Hit & Run is the official skills competition of Major League Baseball, designed to provide youngsters with an opportunity to compete, free of charge, in a competition that recognizes individual excellence [CLICK TO READ MORE]