Leadership is more about what you’re doing today than it is about what you did yesterday. You may have done lots of great things yesterday that helped you earn your leadership position. Havin…
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Dear Mr. Trump… can I call you Mr. Trump? Is that ok? I want you to be happy, that’s very important to me.
Before I get started, let me say this letter isn’t from all women. The Trumpettes surely won’t approve of this message. But this is from most women.
We see right through you. We have all known you at some point. Your ways are not unfamiliar to us. We see through you because we’ve been dealing with you our whole lives.
We heard you call women pigs. And disgusting. And stupid. And bimbos.
We watched as you called a former Ms. Universe “Ms. Piggy” and then spent four days continuing to insult her.
We see your weakness. Your lust for attention at any cost, your need to denigrate women. We see all of it. And we’re mad.
Yes. We’re mad. And fired up. And here’s the thing about us……
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It just occurred to me that my assignment was not complete. Although I had a new title and tag I hadn’t BLOGGED! Forgive me… still getting into things!
I thought BeeAttitudes was appropriate because of the amazing features of the bee hive and the attitudes we could adopt… and I’m still learning! They are so organized, so methodical, so selfless… to death… and all working together for the hive. We could learn a thing or two. Of course the name is taken from the Beatitudes that provide a guide for me as a Christian.
The tag is a shortened (and I hope more meaningful!) one than what I had previously.
Could I have some feedback please?
Hello everyone! I’m Lennox… Beekeeper, business person and Lecturer (actually there’s more but that can come later.. lol)! I’ve had so much to say for so long that its going to take a while even getting my thoughts together. I can say though, that I’m glad to get a “push” to start blogging! Thanks WordPress!
For starters, I’m passionate about nature, protection of the environment and getting/keeping healthy, all of which has probably lead me into beekeeping. I’ve recently developed an enthusiasm for entrepreneurship.
My blogging will more than likely relate to one of these but sometimes the mind does wander so don’t hold me to that!
I’m excited though and just hope I can keep up, because I have a very busy schedule!
Our bees are in crisis…I rephrase, humanity is in crisis because our bees are dying out in unprecedented numbers.
How does that affect us? Bees are vital to our food chain, pollinating a third of our diet. A world without pollinators would be devastating for food production and our ecosystem. Who would want a world without honey, flowers, and third of everything we eat including chocolate and coffee? Not me.
Einstein pointed out the enormity of the situation years ago, yet many people still remain unaware of the relevance of this crisis.
“If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would have only four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, No more plants, no more animals, no more man.” ~ Albert Einstein
Leading scientists in the annual Earthwatch debate validated the severity of the situation by declaring ‘Bees are the most invaluable species on the…
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Pollinators are a vital part of America’s economy and environment. Without pollinators, it would be difficult, if not impossible, for our fruits and vegetables to grow. From June 15-21, the Environmental Protection Agency encourages you to celebrate Pollinator Week, a week dedicated to highlighting the importance of bees, bats, birds, butterflies and other pollinators.
EPA is continuing to take action to help protect pollinators, as outlined in the Strategy to Promote the Health of Honey Bees and Other Pollinators. Here are some our current actions. EPA is accepting comments on its Proposal to Protect Bees from Acutely Toxic Pesticides. On Tuesday, June 23 from 3-4:30 Eastern, EPA will hold a webinar to explain the basics of the proposal. You can access the webinar here https://epa.connectsolutions.com/pollinatorproposal/.
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