This tree is old, experienced, and successful at life and wants you to know that being placed into a commission structure in which you are rewarded based on your team’s performance while not having any ability to influence the team’s performance is not something you should worry about it.
There is a reason this tree is successful at life.
These mountains are having a scheduling meeting to lock in the pre-meeting for the team meeting to prepare for the team’s presentation to the division meeting that prepares the division summary for the executive meeting to create the presentation to the board on why the company is having trouble executing and all the other mountains keep saying they’re busy.
In the US, we would have a big sign saying “do not ride your bike up the stairs” with a reference to some legal code and a likely description of the fine. In Canada, they just put a small sign encouraging the activity they want to see.
I want to see some sample Canadian information security policy books now.
I got a new lens quite some time ago that I was really looking forward to. Unfortunately, it is too big and bulky to take on interesting travels, so I took it to a butterfly garden … which didn’t let me use the flash that the lens really requires.
Then I spent a year not doing much traveling or photography at all. Maybe I’ll get to use it more come summer.
I like the look that the LensBaby lenses give you, but it’s extremely hard to track a moving animal with them. The squirrel isn’t posed as I’d like, but this is the best that can be done most of the time.