Welcome June

We send out a bi-monthly newsletter titled The Chattahoochee Driftwood newsletter where we share some helpful links, quotes and then I input several things that I have recently found interesting. One of the stories that I input for this week is about the Kalash people of Hindu Kush. :Inserting a wee bit of historical setting… Read More

“Once you have tasted of the sky, you will forever look up”

Happy Friday! Can you believe that next week it will be May?! This week I went into my “archives” and found some of my sky pictures. The sky is my favorite photography subject of all. I find the continuity of it calming and the discontinuity of it thrilling. “Once you have tasted the taste of… Read More

Procrastination isn’t laziness

I have always had this habit of putting off my work until the very last minute. On some level, the time crunch forces me to solidify my thoughts and is beneficial. But, for the most part, I am just delaying a task that needs to be completed and running the risk of putting people in… Read More

Better together

Read time: 14 min 6 sec At the end of January, we began looking at the five generations that currently make up the American workforce. Each week we went over a summary of the various generations and the different events that helped shape them as people. The Silent Generation – The Depression and WWII Baby… Read More

The Silent Generation, an introduction

One area of study that has long fascinated me is the area regarding the various generations of people that we have, specifically in America. Over the last eight years or so that has shifted to how those generations function together within the workplace.    I know that people have differing views on names for the… Read More

sharing knowledge is powerful

When General Stanley McChrystal started fighting al Qaeda in 2003, information and secrets were the lifeblood of his operations. But as the unconventional battle waged on, he began to think that the culture of keeping important information classified was misguided and actually counterproductive. In a short but powerful talk McChrystal makes the case for actively… Read More