Month: December 2020

New Year, New Them (ACT Like A Pro #157)

What do I mean by “new year, new them?” It’s true that you can’t change other people’s minds on most things. But what if you could understand them better, and in doing so, improve your working relationship? What if, instead of focusing on changing how you look (I see you, January weight-loss and new workout […]

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The Gift of Peace (ACT Like A Pro #156)

The holidays are wonderful to spend with family. But when we work together too, as we often do in agriculture small business, little conflicts always seem to come up. I know how much these small conflicts can hurt family relationships and lead to even bigger disagreements, and I’d like to help. Give the gift of […]

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What’s on your mind for 2021?

How do you need to change your mindset for 2021? A lot of change happened in 2020, both expected and unexpected, so it’s time as we close out 2020 to start thinking about what needs to change going into the new year. Maybe turning the calendar from December to January just feels like more of […]

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The In-Person Training Problem (ACT Like A Pro #154)

Leading up to the release of my new online course, Management Skills for Agriculture 101, I’m looking at reasons why training the way we’ve been delivering it isn’t working right now and won’t work in the future. The 101 course starts on January 4th, so you can buy now and start fresh with the new year, […]

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Identifying a Management Skills Gap (ACT Like A Pro #153)

Over the holiday weekend and the shopping days that followed, I released the early bird special for my new online course platform, Ag Lead U. Take a look at the courses I have up right now, Management Skills for Agriculture 101 which runs 4 weeks, and its 6-week companion, Advanced Management Skills for Agriculture 201. You can also get […]

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