Just for fun! Marjorie Wilkinson walks us through an interesting history of horses in videos, including a highly prolific period between 1929 and 1939.
Source: Horse Network, July 17, 2017. Enjoy the video clips! … Continue Reading
If you’re conscious, your brain demands your energy and lots of it. Using your brain takes real, honest, physical work — it’s just not visible to us the way using our muscles to exercise is.
Source: Science of US, July 19, … Continue Reading
In this thought-provoking audio interview, David Allen ( Getting Things Done® ) talks with Dr. Theo Compernolle, a doctor with a 35-year background in medicine, psychiatry, teaching and research. His most recent book is Brain … Continue Reading
Use this infographic to correctly identify which plants are poisonous to dogs so you know which ones to keep dogs away from. This information will make good content for websites, social media, newsletters and in puppy … Continue Reading
The heat across the Midwest has been severe recently. In addition to the challenges to humans, animals suffer, as well. It isn’t only performance and racing horses that are at risk. Serious dehydration and overheating can … Continue Reading
Since I was a good salesperson I would work with my reps and close more deals for them. After six months of running ragged closing deals without improving the total district sales, I realized that once again I had … Continue Reading
Workplaces are seeing a rise in hugging culture. Hugging is a social minefield, says Kara Deringer. Context is all-important.
Source: BBC News, July 20, 2017.
Not everyone's so keen on the idea of hugging. Deborah … Continue Reading
We preface our comments reminding animal health pros that in any given interaction any one of us may be the leader. Results come from great teams, and great teams start with a strong coalition. If you know relationships could … Continue Reading
Google recently debuted its Hire recruiting app for small- to medium-sized businesses. To use Hire, companies will need to be paid subscribers to Google’s G Suite of business apps such as Calendar and Gmail. G Suite customers … Continue Reading
Professor Kristina Horback is an animal-cognition expert with the Department of Animal Science at the University of California-Davis. She is building on her pioneering research that examines the role personality plays in the … Continue Reading
Steve Keating shares solid insight on goal setting for our personal lives. A solid goal-setting process begins by investing serious time considering what is important in your life. That might sound easy but here’s the deal – … Continue Reading
People often talk online about how they do business to demonstrate their expertise, often in the spirit of sharing and transparency that customers value. However, if sharing this information isn’t appropriate for your … Continue Reading
Churn can approach one-fourth of active clients annually. Normal reasons for churn include moving, pets dying, divorce, owner illnesses and others. An industry funded program, used by more than 1,000 veterinary practices can … Continue Reading
Human-caused noise has consequences for wildlife, entire ecosystems and people. It reduces the ability to hear natural sounds, which can mean the difference between life and death for many animals, and degrade the calming … Continue Reading
When you remodel your existing location or build a new one, noise management often gets overlooked. Researchers have documented ways that noise and distractions create stress for workers in open offices. One analysis of … Continue Reading
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