Managing the Piles of Stuff
When I was a buyer at Rich’s–BC (before computers). It wasn’t totally before. We had a fax machine on the 5th floor in the other building and a big, honkin’, green screen computer on each of our desks. It was basically a giant calculator with no connection to the interwebs. In those days, my attempts to organize consisted of piles on my
Power Without Persuasion
I’m getting back into the groove of studying and in U. S. Presidency we’ll be looking at “The Unilateral Presidency.” Neustadt puts forth the problem with the presidency today is the expectations of the people far outstrips the power presidents have. I work for a U. S. Senator and I met with a group that wanted to know what the
I Knew It Would Happen….
The plan was to take a few days to just be working and spending a little time with my husband. So I did that. Now it’s time to get back to work in the student/grad school way. I work all the time. I was going to get up early and spend the first couple of hours of the morning downloading