This has to be a bad joke…please
According to a Dallas Morning News article, Egg Fusion frames its sales pitch by promoting there are at least four consumer impressions per egg. The first impression happens when you open the egg carton in-store to see if there are any broken eggs. Second impression occurs at-home when you transfer the eggs from its carton to the egg container in your refrigerator. The third impression is when you take the eggs out of the refrigerator as you prep for a meal. And the fourth impression happens when you crack the egg shell. (Impressed?)
Can you really get things done with OneNote 12 Beta?
One of the essential ideas in “GTD” is maintaining as few “collection buckets as you can get by with.” Within Office 12, the two programs that are most likely to be used as collection buckets are Outlook and OneNote; my premise is that while Outlook has “tasks,” OneNote is by far the superior program for managing them. In my system, Outlook is used for its Inbox, Calendar, and Contacts list, while OneNote is the central organizing tool.
I found a great new Leadership blog by George Ambler called The Practise Of Leadership, heres a free sample…
One of the laws of physics states that “for every reaction there there is an equal and opposite reaction”. The same is true for leadership, “for every action a leader takes there is a corresponding reaction from followers”. This simple truth is often over-looked by leaders, as leaders we often under estimate the influence we have over followers. I’m often reminded of this in situations where people say to me, “remember when you said ….. to me a few years ago? Well, that caused me to change this in my life”.
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