I have three children and like many of you I bustle them about to their activities like a taxi driver on New Year's Eve. Morning, noon and night.
They get themselves in and out of the car like a drunk after a night out, which is to say, loudly and with incredible fuss. Bags and hockey sticks, instruments and artwork, all flies into the station wagon as we prepare for the next journey.
You've washed the windows, polished the tables, mopped the floors and vacuumed the house.
But what lies under the sofa? Have you picked it up lately and seen what unsightly mess resides in the darkness?
It's easy to make the outside look amazing. Those places everyone sees. The opportunities, even in m
The idea comes to you while taking a long shower.
Or riding your bicycle.
Or on the long drive to work.
The game changer. This is it. Now you know what you will do for the foreseeable future. You are elated and energized. Sitting down you plot the course and write out all the ideas, permutations and outcomes for your beautiful concept. It just flows out of you. Word after word, thought after though
Is there an obesity problem? Said nobody.
Do we lack adequate funding for education? Said nobody.
Should I recycle?
Is it bad for one to watch five hours of television a day?
I wonder what I should eat to be healthy?
Just where might I find this information? I just don't know where to look.
We know what we should do. We know where to find information. There is an article a day, ever
"Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face." - Mike Tyson
Business planning is an area of great interest and there is copious amounts of literature written about how-to and exactly what to do for getting the process just right. Perusing your local library or strolling through your online bookstore will shine a light on just how many experts there are on the business or project planning arena. Fr