Out With The Olde and In With The New

Can there be anything more trite than the title of this post? I do think it looks classier with the extra E added to Old.  Don't you? Hundreds or perhaps even thousands of bloggers, writers, talkers and doers are saying or thinking the same thing. Many of us are glad to turn the metaphorical page … Continue reading Out With The Olde and In With The New

Values based planning

I first became aware of values based planning around 1982 when I sat in on my first time management workshop as a Colorado FFA Association officer. The presenter led a group of student leaders through an abbreviated version of the DayTimer Time Power seminar created by Charles R. Hobbs. One of the things that really … Continue reading Values based planning