Last week, I read a post by John Donahoe, CEO of eBay, about how he takes a "thinking day" every few months. "These are pre-scheduled, uninterrupted times to step away from the chaos, zero-base my time, and refocus on the issues that are most important."
He shared valuable lessons-learned and insights that not only apply to business leaders, but to all of us. Aren't we all CEO's of our lives? Don't we all need to take a "thinking day" (personally and professionally) to step back and evaluate our priorities?
Excellent article about how environmental remediation improves the quality of life in our communities.
While it’s fair to say that soil remediation isn’t the sexiest process in the green industry, it’s a real necessity. The process focuses on extracting and treating soils to remove pollution and other issues. Soil remediation is a responsible decision that can help to improve the health of employees and neighbors. It creates a safer workplace environment by reducing the risk of exposure to harmful pollutants. The process also helps preserve the health of community overall.
To learn more about the important role soil remediation plays in the green industry, read the entire article at GreenerIdeal.com.
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