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Sports: Where I First Fell in Love with Teamwork (Part 2)

Yesterday, I opened this week long series on what I learned about teamwork from sport growing up in Southeast Michigan with a view on the Detroit Tigers magical run in 1984. 641 more words

Management Myths That Will Make You Lose Your Star Employees

This exploreb2b.com article, written by Nancy Perkins, discusses management myths regarding treatment of star employees. Star employees drive the success of your organization. Have you lost an outstanding employee?  27 more words

Small Business

Inspiring Work Spaces {and the ingredients to create your own}

One of the best ways to stay motivated while working is to have an office space that gives you everything you need–inspiration, comfort, visual interest, organization and storage.   410 more words

Style

A Meal Planning Resource

What’s for dinner? My mom dreaded this question, and honestly I do too. I love to cook, I love to eat, but with a busy schedule, thinking of meals, going to the grocery store for ingredients and actually making food is a recipe for falling into a food funk. 498 more words

Family

Resume, Resume, Find me a Job!

First of all, let me announce the winner of the Rodan & Fields giveaway!

Ashley Gill, you are the winner! Congratulations! Send me an email at Kristen@theroadtodomestication.com and I will hook you up! 700 more words

DIY Project

No, academia does not resemble a drug gang

There’s a blog post by Alexandre Afonso (London School of Economics and Political Science) that proposes the rather odd notion that academia is a like a drug gang. 956 more words

Non-design