Neil has something I refer to as Farmer Grit. Any Olympic or Professional Athlete would have this as well. Advocates of change. These people display consistent Champion behavior. Chip Brim once defined a Champion and I have always remembered and loved his definition: Doing the things you don't want to do, at a time when … Continue reading Farmer Grit
We've all been there. That super embarrassing moment where if the ground came and swallowed us up it would be a relief. I've experienced different levels of embarrassment. Some, I'm able to laugh it off and forgotten about it by that afternoon. Others leave a much bigger impact and I can remember the incident like … Continue reading So Freakin’ Embarassing
Ahhh, we've all been there. That encounter or relationship that is meaningful to us and we're trying to figure out what it might mean to the other person. Are they interested in us, like we are in them? What does my boss really think of me? Is my best friend going to forgive me? When … Continue reading I Wonder What They Think of Me?
I'm going to start with a couple of stories that will help to illustrate my point later on. The first one begins with one of our daughters bringing the boyfriend out to the farm. It was late spring and we were starting to wind up planting. This usually means we have various vehicles and equipment … Continue reading Yayyyy! Boooo!
We've all seen women doing this - walking somewhere and they pass a mirror or reflective window and they sneak in a quick check of their image. Of course different people do this to varying degrees. Some it's just a quick appearance check, for others it's obsessive. Is it a helpful habit or could it … Continue reading Mirror Mirror on the Wall