Countdown Begins for the 2017 Census of Agriculture

April 20, 2017
Every five years the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) completes a Census of Agriculture where farmers and ranchers have the opportunity to represent agriculture in communities all across... Read More

Appreciating the Details

April 12, 2017
Back in February I impulsively bought a plane ticket to visit my sister out in Arizona for a quick weekend adventure. She lives in Tucson, which is just a stone’s throw away from Mexico, but my sights were set on the attractions up... Read More

When Settling for Mediocrity is a Relief

April 06, 2017
… But alas, only bad options are in front of you. When working with clients, I often get asked “what should I do?” It’s understandable that a client would ask me that question, after all that’s part of the... Read More

A Little Trivia on Me

March 30, 2017
So…I’m a west coast guy.  Born and raised in California.  Attended high school and college in California. Met and married a beautiful west coast girl.  All three of my kids were born in NorCal.  I mean what... Read More

Team Chemistry!

March 21, 2017
I have to confess, I love personality tests. I find people fascinating and have experienced significant professional and personal epiphanies through such tests. While they don’t adequately paint a full picture of someone’s... Read More

Everyone Plays a Part

March 01, 2017
All throughout northern California, the big story over the past couple weeks has been the damage to the Oroville dam spillways, which led to the evacuation of nearly 200,000 people over potential flooding concerns. In a short period of... Read More

How Flexible is Your Office?

February 22, 2017
As I work from home today, I’m reminded how grateful I am that my employer recognizes the demands of our current, fast-paced age which sometimes can require more a person/employee than is seemingly possible in just a 40-hour workweek.... Read More

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