Cultivate life’s gardens and you maintain the beauty of your environment.
Our big country gardens explode with bounty more than one household can use after they undergo cultivation.
Fruits, vegetables, and flowers burst on the scene in a non-stop fashion at harvest.
There is a master plan at work cultivating a garden.
It is the nature of the garden to operate from a state of abundance.
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Oberservation noted in gardens is time well spent for one willing to apply the lessons found in nature to life.
Gardens become places of splendor attracting colorful friends only seen in the midst of gardens.
A humming bird darts to and fro sampling sweet nectar.
Varieties of bees and butterflies add to the synchronized dance of garden activity.
Gardens allow the placement of what you would like to see grow in your domain.
As children my grandmothers’ gardens will forever be etched within me, more bountiful than the produce section of a large grocery store.
Seeds are planted in gardens after careful preparation of the soil.
Once per week weeds are pulled or cut away so that fertile soil nourishes the tender seedlings.
Weeds have a way of choking out vital nutrients that grow the garden.
With help it is the nature of the plant to sprout deep roots and bear fruit.
Even during times of little to no rain the plant survives after roots have traveled deep within the soil resulting in a prosperous garden.
There is enough food that decays in gardens to feed the entire world population.
People that survive from what is produced in gardens prepare for the seasons of winter and drought.
We spend lifetimes making the aggresive decisions that grow our businesses and keep the family unit viable.
It is the nature of a thing to grow after it has been planted in fertile soil.
Take the time to remove the weeds and the garden has an opportunity to prosper.
Expansion and growth occur in the lives of those who continue to pull the weeds of condemnation and criticism from their gardens.
Staff of corporations become the friends in the garden giving it a greater range of propagation.
Reduce the ability of staff to expand and you diminish growth and expansion.
Management has long been the keepers of our gardens.
We live in an age where mistakes in the business cycle cost us dearly.
Keepers of the garden are charged with efficiently keeping things running.
Reserves that include retaining staff are a must to get through times of drought and famine.
The key to expansion is the growth produced by a highly trained staff willing to navigate through the stormy seas of life.
Management’s first action must not be condemnation and criticism when life becomes tough.
Pull these weeds and in their place sow the seeds that solve problems.
Burning midnight oil is fine, that’s why you find it on the shelves of life as “midnight oil”.
The friends of the garden are intelligent and in most cases do their jobs very well.
Allow staff to continue doing what they do.
Brainstorming the next major comeback takes an all-hands-on-deck mentality.
President Woodrow Wilson stated, “I not only use brains that I have, but all that I can borrow.”
Listen to the friends of the garden they pollinate the flowers and have close ties to real growth and expansion.
The key to expansion is the ability to do all you can in the present.
There are times you must go back to a point in the past and handle what effects current growth, but operate with all attention units in the present.
Condemnation and criticism generate fear and anger in staff, triggering more stress than a corporation can bear reducing growth.
This weakens a corporation that has remained ethical looking for ways to continue expanding.
Stay committed to the vision of your corporation to see things turn around in your favor.
Listen to and support the friends of our gardens that create growth and expansion.
Cultivate life’s gardens by encouraging co-workers and family members to expand your field of reach and help others.
From the Diary of my enlightenment,
Artis L. Clark, D.D.S. http://dentist4you.biz
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