|Just For Fun|
May ~ Get Caught Reading Month.
Founded by the
Association of American Publishers,
Get Caught Reading Month
is designed to remind
people of all ages how much fun reading can be.
Launched in 1999, GCR encourages you to order free
posters, read newsletters, download free videos and
join the thousands of celebrities, booksellers,
teachers and librarians who continue to embrace this
campaign across the countr y.
May ~ Melanoma Skin Cancer Awreness Month. Designed by the American Academy of Dermatology, National Melanoma Skin Cancer Awareness seeks to increase awareness about skin cancer and raise the chances of early detection so treatments can be given early. For more information and resources, visit the Melanoma Monday® website.
May 5 - 11 ~ Be Kind to Animals WeekThe American Humane Association's Be Kind to Animals Week celebrates the role that animals play in our lives, promotes ways to treat them humanely, and encourages everyone, especially children, to do the same.
May 12 - 18 ~ National Police WeekLaw enforcement officers from around the world come to Washington, D.C., to participate in events honoring those brave men and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in protecting their fellow citizens and communities. Learn more at the National Police Week website.
May 7 ~ National Teacher Day Take time to honor your local educators and acknowledge the crucial role they play in making sure every student receives a high-quality education. Check out ways to thank that special teacher in your life, visit the National Education Association.
May 12 ~ Mother's Day Whether you send a card, make a phone call, or cook dinner, show your mother you care.
May 28 ~ Memorial DayRemember those who gave their lives in service to our country.
Find the right combination of people for your team
The most effective work teams have a mix of
personalities. When you’re forming a team for your
next project or task force, look for one or more of
these types of team players:
The path to truly new, never-been-done-before things always has failure along the way.
The scientist is not a person who gives the right
answers; he's the one who asks the right questions.
I like nonsense; it wakes up the brain cells.
I think the key indicator for wealth is not good
grades, work ethic, or IQ. I believe it's
relationships. Ask yourself two questions: How many
people do I know, and how much ransom money could I
get for each one?
Money may not buy happiness, but I'd rather cry in a
Jaguar than on a bus.