What are you willing to do for a Community?

The Story
Hello, Everyone. I am just an average guy with a passion to grow Fresh no pesticide vegetables, and at the same time help others . just a few facts In South Carolina, 687,880 people are struggling with hunger – and of them 207,840are children. And In Georgia, 1,561,360 people are struggling with hunger – and of them 523,470 are children.

We all say, one person can not make a change. Well, I am trying, With this funding money will go to a 4 season growing machine. I do have a hoop house I started with but need more of a controlled greenhouse.

Will also need a cement pad and installed 20 x 48 feet and the greenhouse built so if you just want to donate doing that instead of money that would be great. To start with we will donate 25% of the food we grow, to food banks in the GA and SC locations.

Do to cost of electric and water plus help we still need to cover the cost. As we grow over time and acquire more land and greenhouses, We can create Jobs and teach others how to grow enough for their families. This is not a scam and we will be keeping a WordPress blog for updates. Also, all people who donate will have there name put on a wall in the greenhouse. And those who Dontae Will have a brick with their name on a pathway. Thank you For your Time.

The Link To Donate if you would like to 🙂 Donate Please, Thank You.

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The Ever Changing Work Place

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The Ever Changing Work Place

A new era of management

 

A lot has changed since I had my 1st job, and I am sure you notice. In today’s job force there are many things you must take into account before doing management, with all due respect old styles are dead and will not work for any company trying to grow.

Top of my list is your Employees, they are your first line of success. A lot of CEO’s and upper management still have no clue about this. So let me lay it out there. I have been on both sides of this fence, your employees are number one and you need to treat them as such. They are the first face customers see and they are you company’s voice.

If you treat your employee’s badly, then the outcome might be you company will do badly and your employees performance may be lacking. If you have good employee’s you will thrive in time, you must compensate them fairly and treat them with respect if you want them to respect you.

Too many companies underpay their workers and have the mentality that they can replace them as fast as they go out the door. Yes, that may be the case, but you may end up getting someone that’s is not up to par, high turnover is not a sign you want your company to have. And once you get into that pattern it is an endless flow.

Also management styles are not the same as twenty years ago. There is way more diversity in the workforce today, and your management needs to be just as diverse as the employee’s. Meaning all employees cannot be managed in the same manner. A lot of the time management may be your company’s worst enemy.  One style of management will not work today. Your management team might have to adjust their style of management for each and every employee.

The main reason behind this is due to the much diversity in the workplace. Everyone is not the same so you cannot expect them to perform like the next. Some may need a little more coaching then others, some may need to be recognized more, some may need things explained for them, while others just go for it and seem to be able to do everything without being told, but as I said before, we are all not the same and therefore our management styles cannot be the same.

Do not mistake this information as no matter how bad an employee is I will keep them, I am not saying that, I am saying Your employees are your companies most valued asset next to your customer’s. Just keep in mind content employees are good for your company and customers, it pays off in the long haul.