Search Results For: 'Jolene Brown'

From Conversations to Contracts

The importance of turning your conversations into contracts.

Farm Business Building Blocks

Putting the pieces of the business together the right way allows your farm to stand the test of time - here's what that includes!

Being a Realistic Optimist

Jolene tackles the difference in beliefs and results of the eternal idealist, the perpetual pessimist and the realistic optimist!

Let the Laughter OUT!

Jolene joins us to discuss how to maintain a joyful attitude when the times are tough!

The Journey with Sisters in Ag

There are women in ag who need you; and who you need. Jolene shares four reminders about the journey.

Pigs, Goats and People

Jolene observes how Emily's preparation for the fair is teaching her life skills directly related to a successful family business.

Farmers Market: Brown rice

Is anyone else a carboholic out there? We are! And we love rice. Brown rice, to be specific. A lot of people think that rice is rice, but there's a big difference between brown and white rice. Keep reading for more about this super healthy food!

Eggs: Brown Vs. White

Q: Can someone tell me the difference between brown and white eggs? Keep reading for the answer.

Farm Families On The Grow

3 tips on how to continue to grow your family farm.

Reap What You Sow

Take corrective action with a family employee who shows up late and disrespects non-family employees…

Gnat Bites in Your Family Business

Avoid gnat bites in the family business. Here's an example of some of this week's gnat bites...

Getting Down to the Bare Bones

This brief exercise strips issues down to the bare bones, allowing the family to start building…

Playing Possum

6 things that give you strength throughout the day.

Get to Know Michele Payn-Knoper

Get a behind-the-scenes look at our favorite advocate for ag, Michele Payn-Knoper!

Women in Ag: Misfits on a Mission

Here are some of the insights from the past that still teach valuable lessons for today for women in agriculture.

Go away….then come back!

Go Away...and then come back: Lessons Learned When Working For a Non-family Boss.

Parents: It's Your Job!

When it comes to a family business, there are certain thing parents MUST do, even if it doesn't 'please' everyone!

Vacation Season Safety Tips

Should you venture off of the farm this summer for a much-deserved vacation, here are some great safety tips to consider before you depart.

5 Questions to Answer on Your Farm's Legacy

Five key questions to clarify the intent and commitment of family farm business owners if they wish to assure the integrity of the business for years to come.

A Tale of Two Conversations

Which of these two scenarios reflect your family and business?

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