1) Someone's getting hired! 2) Someone's getting fired! 3) Your new heart/kidney/lung is ready. 4) But you'll have to take it slow for the rest of your short life. 5) We can give you another camera. 6) But the pictures are gone forever! 7) Fortunately, dental plate work has advanced leaps & bounds … Continue reading 10 Things You Love (and Rue) About Replacement
We all have something that we're good at, great at, and even exceptionally good at. Where you are on the scale of being good, great or exceptional, is dependent on the recognition of your talent, the time you recognized your talent and the time spent honing your talent after recognizing it.
So, what if we could catch some Zees on the job ( I mean WITH the boss's permission)? Wouldn't we be more rested, more alert, more able to make better decisions leading to more productivity, improving our companies' bottom lines, getting us raises and empowering us to join the ranks of the well-rested, healthier and happier people?
I'm a JelPianist (Republocrat).
And break a few toes while you're down there
To all who have lost their Moms recently, my heart goes out to you in your time of grief, and I hope that your fondest recollections of her occupy your thoughts and help to steady you through this difficult experience. Condolences
For the quality of everyday Jamaicans' lives to improve, we must improve on our discipline. While much of the tenets of discipline are self-taught and a few others innate, most, and quite often the most important, are learnt by example. These examples are generally from our "first touch" experiences; our parents, our teachers, our elders … Continue reading Of Accountability, Discipline and Exemplary Leadership