my view was limited to what was in close proximity, the only sound was nature, in the stillness the frogs regained their confidence and reappeared in the algae coated water, a stork settled and turtle edged along his perch
This is the fun of photographing nature. You sit there absorbing nature – sensing the sounds and smells, enjoying every bit of it.
The blog above starts of well but ends abruptly. I was expecting more.
There’s too much litigation in business today and not enough leadership.
An implication of our work for companies that aspire to be high-performing cultures is summed up in this question: Would you continue to consign the development of your people (and, inevitably, only a fraction of your people) to one-off training programs, executive coaches, high-potential programs, and the like if you could make your organization’s very operations the curriculum and your company the most compelling possible classroom in your sector?
Found this cool progress marker on http://www.thedailybeast.com
The grey area grows as you read more and scroll down.
Wish pocket reader could have something like this.
Why Tough Teachers Get Good Results
I can vouch for this. Most of our teachers in school were tough.