Clive Emson exclusively online in 2021

first_imgClive Emson confirmed it will not be returning to ballroom auctions in 2021 and will hold all eight of its auctions exclusively online this year; next year is being kept under review.There are 101 lots listed in Clive Emson’s first auction of this year, with the bid timers ending on Wednesday, 10th February.James Emson, Managing Director, stressed that safety reasons were behind the decision to remain online because of the ongoing pandemic. “Even if restrictions are lifted in the next six to nine months, with the demographics of attendees being from 18 to 90, it would be putting too many people at risk, both those coming along and our staff who have worked amazingly with such dedication through a difficult 12 months.“We have seen a massive, unprecedented shift from the traditional ballroom to purely online auctions, something none of us would have predicted a year ago. Even the trusted gavel has become a virtual one.”As well as the digital emphasis, Clive Emson, in its 32nd year, has also increased the number of walk-around videos on as many lots as possible, giving further insight to the layout and condition of properties.ODD LOTSFancy turning any of these into a Grand Design? All up for auction with Clive Emson 12th February 2021.Town centre supermarket in Shaftesbury, Dorset (£580,000). Country house near Robertsbridge, East Sussex, used for R&D (guide: £1,000,000). Nuclear bunker with 56 rooms over two floors, near Salcombe, Devon (guide: £400,000+). cliveemson.co.ukauctioned nuclear bunker auctioned supermarket online auction James Emson auctioneers Clive Emson February 15, 2021Jenny van BredaWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Auctions news » Clive Emson exclusively online in 2021 previous nextAuctions newsClive Emson exclusively online in 2021The Negotiator15th February 2021053 Viewslast_img read more

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Strong town meeting is Aug. 15; bring chairs

first_imgSTRONG – The annual town meeting will be held on Saturday, Aug. 15 at the Strong Fire Station, following two previous postponements relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. at the station, located at 16 River Street in Strong. Residents are being asked to wear face coverings and maintain social distancing guidelines from the Center for Disease Control. Additionally, attendees are asked to bring their own chairs rather than haul – and, later, sanitize – furniture from the Forster Memorial Building.Strong’s originally scheduled town meeting was postponed in late March as part of an initial round of cancellations relating to the pandemic. It was postponed again in May, with the voting of local officials held during the state primary vote on July 14. With Selectman Rodney Spiller choosing not to run for another term, residents elected former selectman Richard Worthley to fill the open position, as well as sending Lois Barker and Jessie Stinchfield back to the MSAD 58 school board. The MSAD 58 school budget was also approved, both in Strong and across the district, leaving the annual town meeting and setting the municipal budget as the last pieces of the town’s unfinished business for 2020.According to Selectman Jim Burrill, the budget proposed in the 39-article warrant going before residents on Aug. 15 represents a slight decrease as compared to the previous fiscal year. With small increases to the town’s commitments due to the MSAD 58 and county government budgets, Burrill said that if the municipal budget was approved as presented, along with the recommended $250,000 transfer out of surplus, it could represent a decrease of roughly half a mill.last_img read more

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Miley Cyrus Demands Equal Pay While Performing Updated Version Of ‘Santa Baby’ On ‘Fallon’ [Watch]

first_imgMiley Cyrus and Mark Ronson treated their fans to a modernized version of an old Christmas favorite late last week when they debuted a cover of John Lennon and Yoko Ono‘s “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)”, which included backing vocal contributions from their son and psychedelic rocker, Sean Ono Lennon. The two pop musicians were at it again on Thursday night with a pre-recorded appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where they debuted an updated version of “Santa Baby” with new, feminist-friendly lyrics.The performance video shared to Jimmy Fallon‘s YouTube on Thursday begins with Cyrus and the famous comic preparing for their skit while Miley questionably looks over the outdated lyrics to Joan Javits‘ 1953 holiday tune. Miley makes the good point of asking Fallon what “slip a sable under the tree” could possibly mean, and if she actually has to “hook up with Santa” if he provides her with all the material-based gifts mentioned in the lyrics. Before either of them can figure out a game plan, Cyrus and Fallon are called to the stage and Cyrus makes a point right there to update some of the lyrical rhetoric to fit her own celebratory agenda. Miley is then seen strutting her way across a decorated living room in a Christmas-themed red and green outfit as the familiar opening to “Santa Baby” begins playing for the live audience.From the opening moments, it’s clear which lyrics Cyrus decided to throw in as she starts the song in singing, “Santa baby, I hear you have some presents for me, Miley/I’ve been an awful good girl”. Fallon and Ronson eventually make their way onto the set to help showcase some of the “fancy jewelry” and other material objects which Miley melodically rejects in her new lyrics. The three continue their playful holiday performance with Cyrus finally stating that the only thing she really wants for Christmas this year is equal pay and some respect, dammit. The full performance can be watched in the video below.Miley Cyrus with Mark Ronson and Jimmy Fallon – “Santa Baby” – 2018 Version[Video: The Tonight Show]Cyrus and Ronson were recently filmed and recorded performing their new collaborative material in addition to covering Ariana Grande during a media stop at BBC Radio 1‘s “Live Lounge” earlier this week. These entertaining performances make for a solid ending to a busy year for the young pop singer, who back in March was also hit with a $300 million copyright lawsuit over the rights to her 2013 single, “We Can’t Stop”. All’s well that ends well I suppose. Merry Christmas, Miley!last_img read more

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Discover All the Opportunities around Dell EMC Microsoft Solutions

first_imgLearn how three compelling events will help you drive customer conversations around the need to modernize their Microsoft application environments.Have you investigated the key reasons why you should be embracing and driving customer conversations around new Dell EMC Microsoft Solutions? We’ve now produced a full suite of training and sales enablement materials to help you get up to speed.There are three compelling events that will invariably help you drive business opportunities:Cloud strategy as an essential aspect of Modernized InfrastructureEvery one of your customers is considering how the cloud can help their business, and many have already moved some applications and development activities onto Microsoft Azure Public. However, many (if not most) Microsoft Azure Public users are actually looking for a hybrid cloud option – because of data gravity or application alignment.You can help them as they begin to work with the Microsoft Azure stack. How? By introducing them to Dell EMC VxRack AS for Microsoft Azure Stack, which brings the cloud to the workload, delivering infrastructure and platform as a service with a consistent Azure experience – both on-premises and in the public cloud.Proactively driving the dialog around optimizing development environments in a hybrid cloud model leads to logical conversations around the customer’s on-premise infrastructure status, as well as the key business applications, such as Microsoft SQL.It’s a compelling conversation and provides an excellent pivot point for further discussions around modernization and migration.Hyper-converged infrastructure helps drive tangible operational benefits Are your customers using hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) yet? With approximately >60% CAGR through 2019, HCI is not just a trend – it’s a phenomenon. Customers are realizing tremendous operational and performance benefits from hyper-convergence, and Dell EMC has the industry’s broadest HCI portfolio.Our Solutions for Microsoft Windows Server Software Defined (WSSD) / Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) deliver all the performance capabilities of Microsoft’s unique HCI design, with additional one-stop support – from the hardware, all the way to the software stack.What’s more, with the added cost benefit of free inclusion with Windows Datacenter Edition licenses, S2D eliminates the investment considerations – making it the perfect solution for customers who have already embraced Microsoft business applications, and a great recommendation for you to suggest to customers who haven’t yet tried it. The SQL Server 2008 end of support opportunity can accelerate application migrationsMicrosoft SQL is the most widely deployed database management solution on the market – approximately 3 times more broadly deployed than all other DBMS combined. So your customer’s SQL environment status should always be a topic of conversation.This is a major, compelling event – it affects 90% of organizations currently running SQL and is a massive opportunity for you as it will force many organizations to migrate to the latest version.You can provide significant business value by helping customers migrate to modernized infrastructure, with a modern operating system running on modern hardware and the most recent version of Microsoft SQL Server.Become a trusted advisor for the entire Microsoft data estateWhether they’re on their journey to Microsoft Azure cloud utilization, reaping the benefits of HCI modernization via Microsoft WSSD/S2D, or leveraging the enhanced data analytics and expanded business benefits delivered by Microsoft SQL, the Dell EMC Microsoft Solutions portfolio addresses your customer’s entire Microsoft data estate.These new pre-tested, pre-validated and fully certified Solutions help you support your customers on their journey towards Modernized Infrastructure, while also positioning you as a trusted advisor for optimal migrations and integrations.The above events will necessitate new infrastructure to support the core Microsoft applications. As a Dell EMC partner, you’re ideally positioned to guide your customers through their options, arriving at an optimized solution that’s specifically designed to deliver maximum operational and performance value.Explore our new Microsoft Solutions campaign on the Partner Portal today and check out the dedicated training and sales enablement materials:> Visit the Partner Academy> Download the Sales Guide> Access the Sales Presentationslast_img read more

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Cool Weather Pests

first_imgAs the weather cools across the state, several fall insects will begin to take center stage around Georgia homes. Be on the lookout for these nuisance pests and make preparations to deter them from entering your home for the winter.Asian needle antsUniversity of Georgia entomologist Dan Suiter tells homeowners to be on the lookout for a particularly problematic ant called the Asian needle ant (Brachyponera chinensis). This invasive species was first reported in the U.S. in the 1930s in Decatur, Georgia. “For decades this ant hasn’t been considered an issue, but over the past several years population sizes have exploded, and they are now a major pest in Georgia, especially in the northeast and northwest,” explained Suiter.Unlike the more widely known fire ant or Argentine ant — commonly referred to as the “sugar ant” — the Asian needle ant does not build mounds, so it can be difficult to spot this ant species. They establish colonies of up to a couple thousand ants by nesting under logs, stones and bark. When disturbed, they can deliver a very painful sting, similar to fire ants, but the venom can be quite toxic — even fatal, in some cases, should sting victims suffer from anaphylaxis.Many pest ant species lay down pheromones to help establish a well-defined foraging trail for other ants of the same colony to locate food sources, but the Asian needle ant does not forage in this manner. They instead exhibit a very unusual behavior called “tandem carrying,” where one female worker ant will carry another worker ant in her mandibles. Once a food source is located, she will put her sister down and they will forage together.“The other interesting and somewhat alarming thing about this species is its ability to quickly devastate other native ant species by either taking over their nest sites, consuming their food or by directly preying upon them,” Suiter said. “In the spring while temperatures are still cool, the Asian needle ant will become active and begin establishing colonies before other ant species, so they tend to dominate available habitat earlier and are driving local extinctions of other ant species where we’ve seen them colonizing.”County University of Georgia Cooperative Extension agents and forest service employees have been reporting higher incidences of this species in the last few years, especially in northeast Georgia. “We’re not exactly sure of their range yet, but they are probably not as common in south Georgia as they are in north Georgia,” said Suiter.Argentine antsA familiar occurrence for anyone who lives in Georgia is the annual migration of Argentine ants into homes during the fall and winter months. “When we start having cold snaps beginning in October, this ant will start to invade homes looking for a warm place to overwinter,” explained Suiter.Argentine ants don’t go into diapause like other insects, so this migration indoors is a survival mechanism to get through the winter. They will typically find overwintering spots in walls and around electrical devices that put off heat, such as printers or refrigerators.“Argentine ants are what most of us call ‘sugar ants.’ They don’t really bother us during the summer, as they spend most of their time in trees foraging for honeydew from aphids and scale insects,” said Suiter. “This species can have hundreds of queens within a colony, so they spend all summer building their colonies and this is the time of year that population sizes peak — just before coming indoors — so they quickly become a nuisance of homeowners right about now and into winter.”Suiter recommends heading off issues now before they become a problem in the upcoming weeks and months. He tells homeowners to clean up outside of structures to help prevent these ants from collecting and moving indoors. “Argentine ants thrive in mulch and leaf litter because they hold moisture, so horticultural mulches and leaf litter should be minimized. Try not to allow leaf litter to collect in gutters and around the base of homes,” instructed Suiter.If insecticide use becomes necessary, available commercial products that contain fipronil, such as Termidor or Taurus — a liquid insecticide — can be mixed with water and applied directly to ants found outside. Never spray these products indoors! “It is sometimes advisable to find ant nests in mulch and leaf litter and spray nests directly,” explained Suiter. “Typically, no more than 1 gallon of diluted, finished product is needed to control Argentine ants on the outside.”Suiter reminds homeowners to always read and follow the product’s label, as the label contains the manufacturer’s directions for use and provides instructions on what can and cannot be done with the product. Many insecticides, for example, are toxic to fish and other aquatic life and should never be used in areas where they can get into water.Wasps and yellow jacketsLastly, be mindful of wasps and yellow jackets this time of year. As the weather becomes cooler and more tolerable, people tend to spend more time outdoors, where entertainment often includes food and drink. This is also the time of year that wasp and yellow jacket population sizes are at their peak.“As we know, tailgating and fall barbecues are always a favorite pastime this time of year, but this is also the time that yellow jacket encounters spike,” explained Suiter. “When we see wasps and yellow jackets in these social settings it’s important to understand they are not approaching you in a protective or aggressive manner, as they aren’t trying to guard their nest. They’re interested only in foraging from whatever food you have lying around. So, we recommend that people not swat at them or panic, but just be sure to check your soda can before taking a sip to avoid being inadvertently stung.”To learn more about pests in and around the home, visit UGA Extension’s Structural Pest Management website at extension.uga.edu/programs-services/structural-pest-management.last_img read more

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Weird Science: Cville Bike Lab

first_img The Cville Bike Lab Spencer Ingram, the mad scientist of the Cville Bike Lab. Follow the rules. Used bike frames hang from the ceiling awaiting a rebuild and new owner.center_img Spencer Ingram applies axle grease to the inside of a hub while explaining cup and cone mechanics. The Lab.The Cville Bike Lab opened a couple months ago on West Main St. in Charlottesville, the chief thoroughfare between downtown and the University of Virginia, with the intent of creating a community space where cyclists of all types can gather to exchange everything from ideas to parts.Equal parts bike shop, co-op and community center, the Cville Bike Lab is more than a place to buy a bike.“We lead as a bike shop so we can have solid revenue generation to help us pursue the ideas we really want to scratch,” explains Richmond native and UVa graduate Spencer Ingram. “Part of that idea is having a space, a DIY garage, for folks to come in and work on their own bikes, but have some professional instruction, some manuals, and the opportunity without breaking the budget to pick up the tools and learn.”If the space is a lab, Ingram is its mad scientist. Ingram started the bike lab with four other partners to try and jump-start what he says is a missing – or at least a minimal – element of a very vibrant cycling scene in Charlottesville: urban riding.“[Charlottesville] has great shops. We have a spectacular racing scene; and all this with a very small population. But I feel we have an anemic urban culture and need a place for people to learn by example, both traffic safety rider skills and mechanics, and just bikes in general. This is an interaction space as oppose to purely a transaction space,” Ingram says. “It may be idealistic, but democratizing the bike shop space through individuals who are driven to bring something to bicycling in Charlottesville through this resource is our goal.”Indeed, you can feel the community aspect of the space as soon as you walk through the doors. Old bike frames hang from the ceiling, a new workbench is under construction and the main bench is littered with parts, tools and rags, all covered with a satisfying layer of use and grease. Along the walls hangs art for sale by a local painter and merchandise ranging from lights and saddles to hoodies and handmade refurbished wheel post bottle openers. A dry erase board lists prices for simple repairs as well as mechanics classes and membership information.“I want to cater our program towards commuters who have no other option but a bicycle, so lets make it a good bicycle. Let’s give them a resource for the flat tire and the maintenance,” he says.Classes include beginner and advanced mechanics classes and Traffic Skills 101 – Confident City Bicycling, all part of the broader education aspect of the project. Attending classes earns you a membership and access to the tools needed for any repair, along with advice and tips from resident mechanics, almost like a private bike repair lesson. According to Ingram, this enabling of the individual is what powers the Bike Lab and reduce the barriers to going out and riding.While we chatted, I received a tutorial on the inner workings of the front hub on my fixie, which seized up at the tail end of last fall. I had briefly taken it apart in my own garage, but as ball bearings began falling out I realized I was in over my head. A quick tutorial on cup and cone mechanics, a dismantling and replacement of the ball bearings, a little grease and I was back on the bike. Having it fixed was great, but the important part of the experience was watching Ingram work and having him explain how it all fit together. Next time, I’ll be able to fix it myself.But Ingram doesn’t just want the Lab to be a place to turn a wrench and pedal away; he wants it to be an urban bicycling community meeting space. Events hosted at the garage include indoor cycling comps, scavenger hunts, and Friday evening rides around town. Experienced city riders lead by example on Friday night rides, which when combined with safety in numbers, induces a casual learning atmosphere for safe riding habits. These events also help create a familiarity between the different subsets of riders – commuters, tri-athletes, road, mountain, bike polo players, etc. – in a “we’re all in this together” mentality.“Recognize who is riding a bike. We are not ‘others.’ We are your councilmen, business owners, sandwich makers, doctors. We are all riding,” Ingram says.While we chatted, two UVA co-eds swung by the shop and inquired about buying a used, reliable, cheap bike to ride to class. This, says Ingram, is their bread and butter: taking a trashed ten-speed and replacing the right parts to make it a solid city commuter and selling it on the cheap. After all, they do have to keep the lights on.For more information on the Cville Bike Lab, including rates and how to become a member, visit their website: www.cvillebikelab.com.last_img read more

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Coram Man Killed in Mt. Sinai Crash

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York An 81-year-old Coram man died when the vehicle he was a passenger in was struck by a truck in Mt. Sinai on Monday afternoon.Suffolk County police said Bennie Demaro, 86, was making a left turn in his Cadillac from County Road 83 onto Canal Road when his vehicle was hit by a southbound Mazda pickup truck at 2:35 p.m.His passenger, Salvatore Anselmo, was taken to John T. Mather Hospital in Port Jefferson where he was pronounced dead.Demaro was taken to Stony Brook University Hospital where he was listed in critical condition.The Cadillac also struck a Dodge Magnum driven by 53-year-old Lauren Pedone of Port Jefferson Station. Neither she nor her 16-year-old son was injured.The driver of the pickup truck, 27-year-old Timothy Grady of East Patchogue, was taken to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center in East Patchogue where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries.Vehicular Crime Unit detectives impounded the vehicles, are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with information to contact them at 631-852-6555.last_img read more

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A-Rod Suspended for 2014 Season, Vows to Fight On

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez had his suspension reduced to 162 games. (Photo: Facebook)The arbitrator hearing Yankees’ slugger Alex Rodriguez’s appeal dropped the hammer on the lightning rod third baseman, suspending Rodriguez for the entire 2014 season, the longest doping ban in baseball’s history.MLB released a statement Saturday announcing the 162-game suspension, which also includes the postseason.Rodriguez won a slight victory with arbitrator Fredric Horowitz reducing the ban from 211 games.Rodriguez, in a statement on his Facebook page, once again denied using performance enhancing substances, as alleged by Major League Baseball. The three-time Most Valuable Player immediately announced his plans to appeal the arbitrator’s ruling in federal court.“The number of games sadly comes as no surprise, as the deck has been stacked against me from day one,” Rodriguez said. “This is one man’s decision, that was not put before a fair and impartial jury, does not involve me having failed a single drug test, is at odds with the facts and is inconsistent with the terms of the Joint Drug Agreement and the Basic Agreement, and relies on testimony and documents that would never have been allowed in any court in the United States because they are false and wholly unreliable.”He added: “I am confident that when a Federal Judge reviews the entirety of the record, the hearsay testimony of a criminal whose own records demonstrate that he dealt drugs to minors, and the lack of credible evidence put forth by MLB, that the judge will find that the panel blatantly disregarded the law and facts, and will overturn the suspension.”Multiple news outlets have reported that it’s unlikely a federal judge will overturn an arbitrator’s decision in a labor case.Rodriguez now becomes the 13th player to be suspended as part of MLB’s investigation into Biogenesis, a now-defunct Florida anti-aging clinic.A-Rod, who was originally facing a 211-game ban, was the only player linked to the Biogenesis probe to appeal. The Major League Players Association released a statement Saturday saying it “strongly disagrees” with Horowitz’s season-long ban, despite the reduced suspension.But, the players association said “we respect the collectively bargained arbitration process” and will make no further comment regarding the issue.Rodriguez will not be paid the $25 million owed to him in 2014 while he serves the suspension. But, the Yankees still owe the slugger $61 million until 2017. It’s unclear what the future holds for Rodriguez, who has battled several injuries and has experienced a drop off in productivity at the plate.Still, Rodriguez said, “I will continue to work hard to get back on the field and help the Yankees achieve the ultimate goal of winning another championship.”“I want to sincerely thank my family, all of my friends, and of course the fans and many of my fellow MLB players for the incredible support I received throughout this entire ordeal,” he said.last_img read more

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How to make your credit union a habit: Onsite Coverage

first_imgby: Tina OremA credit union can become an impossible-to-break habit for members, and Nir Eyal told a crowd of more than 600 credit union executives at CO-OP’s THiNK conference Wednesday exactly how to make that happen.Habit-formed members are huge for credit unions because they’re more profitable, give credit unions greater flexibility in terms of pricing structure, ward off competitive threats and supercharge growth by reducing the time it takes for members to tell others about a credit union, the author of Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products said. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img

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? + ? = 10

first_imgWhen I first became CEO of my credit union a few years ago, I was overwhelmed by the daunting task before me.  The credit union had always had a rich history of servicing its members, but had struggled for the greater part of the previous five years with declining loan growth, increasing delinquencies, and dismal performance in terms of net income.  Needless to say, future uncertainty equated to many sleepless nights as I pondered what was to be done and where to begin. In 2017, I wrote an article entitled, “The fellowship of uncertainty,” in which I shared my belief that organizational change amounts to four basic principles: communication, personal and individual visits, sharing and inspiring vision, and instilling confidence in your team.  A few months later, I followed-up with “Anyone can cook,” in which I further iterated that creating a culture of excellence is found in the belief that good ideas can come from all levels of the organization, and that leaders should create an atmosphere of inclusion in which all feel comfortable sharing feedback.  Over the last few years, our management team has sought diligently to instill those ideals throughout our culture, and as a result, has witnessed superb outcomes in personal and organizational performance, including declining delinquency, increasing loan growth, more efficient operations, a more content staff, and an over 500% change in net income.      But I’d be lying if I said it were easy to implement the changes necessary for success.  In fact, we still have a long journey before us! During this experience however, we discovered an increasingly important ideal.  Consider the following:5 + 5 = ?At first glance, the equation is simple…the answer is undoubtedly 10.  In fact, it’s so simple you may be thinking, “Is this a trick question…I mean what else could be the answer?!”  5 + 5 has and will always equal 10. It’s a mathematical fact and can never be altered right? On the surface, you would indeed be correct.  5 + 5 has and will always equal 10. However, depending on which side of the equation you choose to focus; can have great implications on its solving.  As we came to more fully understand the obstacles of implementing lasting change throughout all levels of the credit union, we learned just how true that is.  When looking for a particular answer, in this case how to safely and effectively do an about face on performance, many were tempted to say, “We have and will always do it this way.”  In other words, “We refuse to change the variables, yet hope to see a different outcome.” Albert Einstein said it best, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”  By failing to consider the equation from different perspectives, or different variables, you can seriously jeopardize the desired outcome. After all, 5 + 5 can’t equal anything other than 10. Now, what if we were to look at the same equation, but from a different perspective?  Consider it in this way: ? + ? = 10In both scenarios, we want the same answer…to implement lasting and sustainable change that will improve ourselves, our people, and our organization.  However, success or failure is determined by your focus on the correct variables. We may limit ourselves to the way things have always been done, or we may open our minds to nearly limitless possibilities.  When faced with decision, never limit yourself to one variable.  This simple mathematical equation can revolutionize the way you view your world.  Life is full of endless possibilities. Embrace that concept, and you’ll be well on your way to personal and organizational transformation beyond what you thought possible. 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Joshua W. Poole Joshua W. Poole began his credit union career as a part-time teller, shortly after graduating from high school in 1999.  He has a passion for leadership and change management, and … Web: https://www.brecofcu.com Detailslast_img read more

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