If you’re an eco-friendly, organic sort (or just love the idea of growing your own food), you might be just the type to plant some berry bushes in your yard. Why pay a fortune for a pint of organic berries at the whole foods store, when you can grow your own? They’re a perfect addition to an “edible landscape,” and, unlike with garden vegetables, you don’t have to plant them over and over again each year. These long-lived crops will grow to maturity and give you berries for years, maybe even decades, to come. It’s a bit like earning passive income in the financial world. Plant this summer and enjoy the harvest, with minimal upkeep required, for years to come.
Blueberries are very common, and you can buy them in the spring at any nursery, so let’s talk about something less common now. If you frequent health food stores, you’ve probably seen dried goji berries (and numerous products using goji berries) on the shelves lately. Though they’re relatively new to the US, they’ve been around in the East for a long time, and they’re superfoods! They have a lot of antioxidants and other healthful benefits, so growing some at home makes a lot of sense. Wolfberries grow on a vine, though kind of a bushy vine rather than the kind you need to trellis up the side of a building or arbor. Your local nursery probably won’t carry them, but you can order wolfberry vines online from places such as Raintree in Washington State.
Barberry or wax cartridges Berberis Is a good hedge shrub with elliptical leaves and red berries moderate watering fast growing. Produces small yellow flowers. Other varieties include the Colorado and Japenese barberry. They grow about 3-5 ft height and wide.
Notice what they do that works – Take the time to notice what your children do well TODAY. Don’t worry about perfection. You aren’t going to get it anyway. Noticing what our children do that works well, encourages them to do more of it. It encourages the useful behavior. Remember to send the message that you see them as capable, then allow them to practice being capable.
You can also grind some cloves of garlic and apply the paste on the affected joints. This will remove the pains in a short while. But the problem with this remedy is that the garlic paste needs to be washed off within a few minutes, or it will lead to boils on the skin.
Mulch your beds once all your plants have stopped producing. By placing mulch on your garden or around tender plants, you are effectively placing a blanket over your garden, protecting it from the harmful effects of winter. The mulch can also suppress weed growth. If you have broadleaf wax cartridges, spot treat or dig them out now.
HR people are not IT people. You are not going to sell the technology to HR. You are going to sell the results of what your system can provide. In order to do this, you need to solve problems. The consultative sales process is pretty basic. Find out what the client is currently using and what problems they are having. Ask what they need a system to do and then show that your product corrects these problems and meets their needs. The better you are at this approach, the more likely you are to win the deal. This last paragraph is extremely important; you may want to go to Amazon and purchase a few books on consultative selling.
As a result of focusing on the positive, parents have told me that their kids seem happier. And when kids are happier, parents are happier. There seems to be a decline in the fighting, yelling and even defiant behavior. And the best part, kids begin to see themselves as more than just a stubborn kid, or whinny kid, or slow kid, or however it is that they were beginning to see themselves. They start to leave all of that useless behavior behind and gravitate towards the useful behavior that is now getting them the results they wanted all along – your attention.