Farm Families On The Grow

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"Hi there! Jolene Brown here. It is summertime here on the brown farm and everything is on the grow. The crops and the critters, the lawns and the gardens... But you know we need them to grow because we want a certain outcome at the end. I found that the same is true as I work with some really neat farm families; those who are productively on the grow. And I asked them a very specific question it was: what is it that keeps you positively growing? And you know what they had some things in common. Here are just three of the top things. The first one is this. They all said Jolene we notice more. We pay attention to the details, what works and what doesn't and then we take a very keen look at..."

See more in the video below...

Jolene Brown is a farmer, professional speaker, author and champion for the family owned business. She's from West Branch, Iowa, USA, and travels worldwide sharing leading-edge best practices that have the power to increase productivity, profitability and peace of mind. Her passion combined with her fun-filled spirit and valuable information brings humor, hope and helpful ideas to the people of agriculture. Jolene's books, "Holy Crap! I Married a Farmer!" Joy-filled Lessons Connecting Our Sisters in Agricultureand Sometimes You Need More Than a 2x4! How-to-tips to successfully grow a family business are available online at www.JoleneBrown.com.  For more information and to check out her speaking availability, contact her at Jolene@JoleneBrown.com.

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