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July Toast and Jam

 Next month it may be Bread and Jam . . . can't take the heat.

Next month it may be Bread and Jam . . . can't take the heat.

Continuing our monthly "the single best article I have found" series "Bread and Jam." Now into our second quarter!  The idea is to share one influential article that you can read while you make toast . . . and, of course, add a little Jam.

Here's my next installment.  Enjoy!!  

Please recognize that inclusion in the monthly Toast and Jam does NOT mean I agree with the author's opinions! In fact, sometimes it is quite the opposite! I plan to include cogent articles that challenge the current thinking and that, I hope, will get you asking "better questions" yourself.

Organizations and Business:

The Family Farm: Avoiding Five Common Estate Planning Mistakes

If You Can't Say What Your Meeting Will Accomplish, You Shouldn't Have It!

The Day I Failed at Tedx

Consulting:

7 Self-Defeating Psychological Habits that Stymie Success

50 People share their One Sentence Inspirations for Success.

Churches:

The Creative Pastor has an interesting article on 7 Innovative Ideas for the 21st Century Church.

Barna Group's new study on American Morals.

And the Jam: Fun and Curious:

Video: The best way to wrap cheese.  Why? Just because you need to know!

Infographic: How Americans spend each hour of their day.

 

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May Toast and Jam

 May's Toast and Jam . . . looking forward to fresh strawberry freezer jam!   

May's Toast and Jam . . . looking forward to fresh strawberry freezer jam!

 

In April I started a monthly series to provide "the single best article I have found" in the past month.  The idea is to share one influential article that you can read while you make toast . . . and, of course, add a little Jam. It's fun to find and share other's work that is insightful (or challenging) and that, I hope, will help you as well.  Please recognize that inclusion in the monthly Toast and Jam does NOT mean I agree with the author's opinions! In fact, sometimes it is quite the opposite! I plan to include cogent articles that challenge the current thinking and that, I hope, will get you asking "better questions" yourself.

So here is MAY's Toast and Jam . . .

Organizations and Business:

An interesting summary on supervising millinneals called "Kids these days" by Sergeant Darren Neal of the Arkansas State Police.

Should companies start offering voluntary benefits? (Entrepreneur)

Consulting:

Personnel Today focuses on the benefits of workplace counseling.

People Analytics?  How businesses are starting to try and measure the importance of their human assets.

Churches:

The debate about "seeker-sensitive churches" goes on . . . here is a little different "take."

Like small churches or not?  Either way, the reasons may be the same!

And the Jam: Fun and Curious:

Here's what your 2015 income taxes are buying.

I love hash browns, and grits, and sweet tea . . . it's my southern heritage.  Making crispy hash browns in just 3 minutes!

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